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Last Modified May 19th, 2017.
Contacting the Law Offices of L. Clayton Burgess does not immediately create an attorney-client relationship. This includes email, phone calls, website submissions, written correspondence, and speaking with one of our employees or attorneys. Reading content on our website does not count either. We encourage anyone with questions about their legal situation to contact us, but we also want to make sure you understand how legal representation works.
In order to be accepted as a client by an attorney, there are specific steps that need to be taken. An attorney must personally review your legal circumstances before they agree to represent you. During this discussion, you and the attorney will review the terms of legal representation and see if you come to a mutual agreement. If the Law Offices of L. Clayton Burgess decides to represent you, you will be asked to sign a Representation Agreement.
Our website is intended for information and entertainment purposes only. While we aim to provide our clients (and prospective clients) with the best information we can, the content on this website is not legal advice. We present it as basic guide to accident and personal injury law. Our legal definitions and explanations are simplified and intended as a starting point for personal research. Many legal terms have an everyday, common sense meaning that is different from what they mean in law. Because of this, the information on this website is broad and generalized.
Law is also a complex and constantly changing field. Additionally, it is important to remember that every legal case is unique. A web page cannot cover the whole of present-day legal practices. None of the information you find on the Internet is a substitute for legal counsel. Legal decisions should be made when consulting with a licensed attorney who specializes in your situation. If you need legal advice, please contact an attorney.
Content on this website is not intended as professional medical advice. The Law Offices of L. Clayton Burgess are legal professionals, not medical doctors. A licensed health care provider or a physician are the only people who can treat and diagnose medical conditions. You should never delay treatment or ignore professional medical advice based on the content in this website. Nor should you choose procedures or tests based on content in this website. If you are having a medical emergency, immediately call 911, seek out a doctor, or go to the emergency room.
All content on this website is owned and copyrighted by the Law Offices of L. Clayton Burgess, unless otherwise noted or attributed to other sources. Any duplication, retransmission, republishing, distribution, storing, or downloading of all or part of any materials found on this site is expressly prohibited. If you believe you have found material that you hold copyright for on this website, please contact us immediately.
This website allows users to submit information to the Law Offices of L. Clayton Burgess by contact form or by email. We welcome contact and inquiries from our users and interested parties. We ask that you not send us information containing:
The Law Offices of L. Clayton Burgess takes the privacy of our users and clients very seriously. Any communication between the Law Offices of L. Clayton Burgess and you is considered confidential. This includes email, letters, phone conversations, in-person discussions and meetings. Inquiries about legal issues and consultations are also considered confidential.
The Law Offices of L. Clayton Burgess is not responsible for the content of any other websites that we link to. We aim to provide you with informative and useful content, but we cannot review the entirety of the other websites that we link to or reference. Viewing content that is not contained on this website is done at your own risk.
The Law Offices of L. Clayton Burgess are licensed to practice law in Louisiana and Texas. We can (and do) take out of state clients. But the content on this website is only appropriate for legal matters within the United States of America. It is not applicable to international localities. There are 50 states in America, each with their own court systems, statute of limitations, and state laws. Because state laws vary, the content of this website is only intended for legal matters in Louisiana and Texas. Our content should not be considered applicable to other states in the United States.