It’s a personal injury;

you deserve personal service.

When you are Hurt, Experience and

Personal Attention Matter

Contact a Personal Injury Lawyer in Lafayette that cares!

​Even a minor personal injury can have a major impact on your life. Among other things, you may incur medical expenses, suffer a loss of lifestyle, and/or lose your ability to work and earn a living. That’s why it’s important to make sure your rights are protected and you are treated fairly in the aftermath. 

​At Southern Oaks, Taylor brings years of personal injury experience at some of Lafayette’s largest and most respected personal injury law firms, and he will fight for you and your family after an automobile or workplace accident. Taylor will personally oversee and address all aspects of your personal injury claim. From the initial consultation through settlement, he will truly be with you throughout the entire process. Rest assured that your case will handled by an attentive, available, and experienced personal injury attorney.


Lafayette Car Accident Victims

Have you been in car accident caused by the negligence of another driver? Taylor has witnessed how car insurance companies can operate solely for their bottom line, and he is willing and able to stand up for your rights. He knows the value of communicating and providing a high level of service while guiding clients through the legal process. ​ When you are hurt in a car wreck, experience and personal attention matter. Call Lafayette Injury Attorney Taylor Fontenot.

Workers’ Compensation Claims

If you’ve suffered a work-related injury, generally your employer is liable for medical expenses and a portion of your average weekly wage. Unfortunately, Louisiana workers’ compensation laws can be vague and confusing and used by the insurance company to avoid making payments. Consult an attorney that cares about you and will hold employers accountable for your work related injury. Call Lafayette Injury Attorney Taylor Fontenot.

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