Our Mission

Richard Law Firm, LLC is owned and operated by Ronald C. Richard.

The firm, established in August of 1997, is a Louisiana-based personal injury law firm. Throughout the last few years, Mr. Richard has assembled a successful team of aggressive, experienced and knowledgeable staff. The firm has maintained its dedication to quality representation that has proved successful for so many of our clients.

Richard Law Firm strives to provide as much charitable work to the Lake Area as it can. This section includes various charitable work and social honors that the Richard Law Firm and Ronald Richard have earned recently.

 

AREAS OF PRACTICE

Personal Injury
Personal Injury law seeks to compensate people who have been injured as a result of negligent or intentional actions of another. Personal Injuries include, but are not limited to, car accidents, slip and fall, railroad injury, wrongful death, on the job accidents, medical malpractice, etc.

Mass Tort
Class action and mass tort litigation involves claims brought on behalf of numerous individuals who have been injured by the wrongful actions of a company or product. Examples of class action lawsuits include: toxic chemical releases, defective drugs and products, etc.

Criminal Defense
Richard Law Firm, LLC is proud of its history of protecting the freedoms outlined in our great United States and Louisiana constitutions. No matter what anyone advises you, do not speak to anyone, law enforcement or otherwise, until you have been properly advised by an attorney.

Richard Law Firm, LLC handles a variety of criminal matters ranging from drug offenses, white collar crime, physical crimes, to theft, burglary, etc. Contact us immediately if you or a loved one is charged with a crime, no matter how large or how small.

 

 

DISCLAIMER
The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult an attorney for advice regarding your individual situation. We invite you to contact us and welcome your calls, letters and electronic mail. Contacting us does not create an attorney-client relationship. Please do not send any confidential information to us until such time as an attorney-client relationship has been established.