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Allen Parish

Located in the southwestern region of Louisiana, Allen Parish is home to more than 25,000 residents and was founded in 1912. The parish is named for former Louisiana governor and Confederate General Henry Watkins Allen. The city of Oberlin, the parish seat, is the oldest settlement in Allen Parish and is named after the hometown of the city’s original settlers: Oberlin, Ohio. The parish is known for its beautiful canoeing locations, which includes the Calcasieu River and a section of the 86-mile-long Ouiska “Whiskey” Chitto River. The Elizabeth Town Hall and the Leatherwood Museum in Oakdale are two examples of historic buildings that exemplify the history of this budding parish, which celebrated its centennial anniversary in 2013.

Motor vehicle accidents are common occurrences in Louisiana, with nearly 670 people killed in car crashes in 2013 and over 68,000 more injured. These crashes can occur for a variety of reasons, such as distracted or intoxicated drivers. Vehicular collisions often lead to injuries that range from crippling physical pain to exhausting emotional injuries, among other compensable damages. If you or a loved one suffered injuries as a result of a car accident, you should consult an experienced personal injury attorney who can help protect your rights.

Allen Parish Motor Vehicle Accident Statistics:

  • 208 people were injured in motor vehicle crashes, including three pedestrians.
  • Three people died in vehicular accidents.
  • Two people died and twenty-four more were injured as a result of alcohol-related crashes.
  • One person was injured in a motorcycle accident.
  • One person suffered injuries in a vehicular collision involving a bicycle.
  • One person was injured from a crash involving a large truck/bus

Whether you are involved in a motor vehicle accident, a tractor-trailer truck accident, a motorcycle accident, or any other kind of vehicular collision, the personal injury attorneys at Broussard, David & Moroux have the skill and experience necessary to assess your situation and fight for your rights.

At Broussard, David & Moroux, our personal injury attorneys take on more than just vehicle accident claims, including offshore accidents, construction accidents, premises liability, train accidents, and brain injuries, among others. If you have suffered an injury of this kind, you will need a skilled personal injury attorney to help guide you through the claims process and to help you obtain just compensation for your injuries. The attorneys at Broussard, David & Moroux have the litigation experience and the devout commitment necessary to pursue justice for any injury you may endure.

The attorneys at Broussard, David & Moroux are devoted to representing individuals throughout Allen Parish, including the communities of Elizabeth, Kinder, Oakdale, Oberlin, and Reeves.

At Broussard, David & Moroux, we have a full-service personal injury and wrongful death law firm that is committed to pursuing justice for all injured parties. Our injury attorneys know how to assess your situation and will fight to protect your rights. If you or a loved one suffered an injury in Allen Parish or you are an Allen Parish resident who has been injured somewhere else, please contact the attorneys at Broussard, David & Moroux to discuss your legal rights at 337-233-2323 (local) or 888-337-2323 (toll-free).

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