Injury & Criminal Defense Attorney in Lake Charles, LA

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Alvin Hunt saved me in my time of need I was hit by a drunk driver and was out of work for two years he got me $500,000. Do you need a lawyer? call Alvin Hunt


A 44-year-old woman was struck from behind by a log truck in Allen Parish. Client required back and neck surgery. Moderate property damage was a challenging hurdle to overcome, but client still received compensation.


A 33-year-old commercial diver lost part of his foot in a commercial diving accident when a large casing was lowered onto his swimming fin. Client recovered a substantial sum in this case involving very complex liability issues.


A 41-year-old woman underwent surgery wherein the treating physician punctured client’s intestine, thereby resulting in serious complications and subsequent surgeries. The Court rendered a judgment in excess of one million dollars for client’s injuries, as well as $100,000.00 to her daughter for the psychological trauma associated with her mother’s injuries.

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Alvin Hunt saved me in my time of need I was hit by a drunk driver and was out of work for two years he got me $500,000. Do you need a lawyer? call Alvin Hunt


A 21-year-old man was a guest passenger in a vehicle that was struck by an impaired driver. Client underwent two knee surgeries. Defendant driver refused to give a breath sample to the police upon arrest. Mr. Hunt’s extensive training in the Standardized Field Sobriety Test established proof of impairment by deposition of the investigating officers. Establishing impairment exposed the impaired driver to punitive damages thereby increasing client’s overall recovery.


A 19-year-old man lost his arm in an industrial accident. The case was reviewed by several attorneys who only saw a workman’s compensation claim with limited recovery. Mr. Hunt brought suit against the manufacturer of the machine for a defective design. Client was able to recover a significant amount of money in this extremely challenging case.


32-year-old man was struck from behind by an 18-wheeler truck in Calcasieu Parish. Defendants initially argued a “sudden emergency” defense. Client required a lumbar fusion, and defendants ultimately compensated client.


A 27-year-old man was involved in an automobile accident and sustained injuries to his low back. Client had a successful surgery and recovered money damages owed to him for his injuries.


A 50-year-old woman was hit from behind by a commercial vehicle in Beauregard Parish which necessitated neck surgery. Back surgery was also recommended.


A 50-year-old man saw a local doctor for a small growth in his chest. Instead of doing a simple biopsy, the doctor chose to surgically remove the growth, thereby doing extensive nerve damage to client. Client recovered the maximum allowed by law.


A 37 year-old-woman was broadsided by a an 18 wheeler owned by one of the world’s largest corporations that only hires the most vigorous and accomplished defense lawyers. Client had to undergo a cervical fusion operation.


A 46-year-old man was stopped to make a left turn off Lake Street in Lake Charles, LA and was struck from behind by a commercial vehicle. Client had a lumbar discectomy surgery.


A 29-year-old woman suffered injuries to her neck when she was struck by a truck owned by a state municipality. Client had no appreciable wage loss and settlement was based solely on medical bills, pain and suffering.


After a lengthy jury trial, a jury awarded a 26-year-old woman money damages for injuries to her eye. Client was stuck by a “line drive” foul ball as she was purchasing a ticket at a baseball park. The jury found the ballpark’s design and the owner’s placement of the ticket booth to be improper. 897 So.2d 893 (La. App 3 Cir. 3-9-05)