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Haik, Minvielle, Grubbs & D’Albor , LLP

A Professional Law Firm with Experience that Gets Results.

Small-Town Lawyers, Big-City Experience

Your life and family are not something to be taken lightly, and when you are faced with a legal issue, you need competent and experienced representation. If you have been seriously injured in an accident, then you probably have questions about lost time from work, medical bills, who should I talk to and should I sign any papers. All of these questions can lead to pressure and confusion about what to do. Haik, Minvielle, Grubbs & D’Albor can help answer these questions for you.

Haik, Minvielle, Grubbs & D’Albor has been successfully representing injured clients in the Acadiana area for over 35 years. Our qualified legal counsel can help you get all of your questions answered and provide you with a path to being made whole again. In everything we do, our goal is to represent our clients with integrity and the highest level of professionalism to help insure them fair and just compensation.

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Areas of Practice

Personal Injury

Our personal injury attorneys help those seriously injured in car wrecks, offshore rig accidents, land based work accidents, and truck or 18-wheeler accidents.

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Family Law

Divorce, child custody, visitation, and support all start with the division of a family and are emotionally heated. Let an experienced divorce lawyer help.

Criminal Defense

From traffic stops, to DWI and OWI, the assistance of a criminal defense attorney is necessary whether the client is innocent or guilty. Let us defend you.

Wills & Estates

When you contact our will and estate lawyers for help in estate planning, we will help you remove the uncertainty of how your assets will be distributed.

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