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404 lawyers in 51 categories

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Workers Compensation Law

Jason R. Bell
Cox, Cox, Filo, Camel & Wilson, LLC
723 Broad St. | Lake Charles
337-436-6611

Douglas L. Bryan
The Bryan Law Firm
419 S. Preston St. | Marksville
318-240-8282

Glenn J. Armentor
The Glenn Armentor Law Corporation
300 Stewart St. | Lafayette
337-233-1471

Michael Laurence Barras
Michael L. Barras, APLC
120 Lee St. | New Iberia
337-369-6400

Michael D. Bass
Guglielmo, Lopez, Tuttle, Hunter & Jarrell, LLP
306 E. North St. | Opelousas
337-948-8201

Douglas Lee Bryan
The Bryan Law Firm
419 S. Preston St. | Marksville
318-240-8282

Harry K. Burdette
The Glenn Armentor Law Corporation
300 Stewart St. | Lafayette
337-233-1471

Thomas A. Filo
Cox Cox Filo Camel & Wilson
723 Broad St. | Lake Charles
337-436-6611

Rebekah R. Huggins
The Glenn Armentor Law Corporation
300 Stewart St. | Lafayette
337-233-1471

Holly J. Lamarche
Galloway Efcoat, LLP
1925 Dulles Drive | Lafayette
337-984-8020

Gary F. LeGros Jr.
Gary F. LeGros Jr. Attorney & Counselor at Law
1217 Main St. | Franklin
337-828-2013

Michael J. McNulty III
Plauche Smith & Nieset, LLC
1123 Pithon St. | Lake Charles
337-436-0522

Stephen M. Morrow
Morrow, Gates & Morrow Attorneys at Law
613 S. Main St. | Opelousas
337-942-6529

Jennie P. Pellegrin
Neuner Pate Attorneys at Law
1001 W. Pinhook Rd., Suite 200 | Lafayette
337-272-0389

Mark Riley
The Glenn Armentor Law Corporation
300 Stewart St. | Lafayette
337-233-1471

Kyle Sherman
Brandt & Sherman LLP
111 Mercury St. | Lafayette
337-326-4315

Terry Thibodeaux
Frohn & Thibodeaux LLC
1 Lakeshore Drive | Lake Charles
337-433-5523

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