Phillip

Lafleur

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Mandeville, LA
Practice anywhere in the state
Licensed in LA
Payment Plans Accepted
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About Phillip

I have 16 years of practice/trial experience ranging from criminal law to workers'compensation and personal injury.

Top Case Types

Personal Injury: 45%

Criminal Defense: Misdemeanors: 20%

Divorce: 10%

Power of Attorney: 10%

Driving Under the Influence/Driving While Intoxicated: 10%

Wills: 5%

Languages Spoken

English

Background

Experience

18 years as a practicing attorney, P Jeremy Lafleur LLC

November 2012 - Pursuing

Education

Loyola University New Orleans College of Law

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Contact

Office Address

Mandeville, LA, USA

Pricing

Consultation: Free

Rates

Last Service Flat Fee Hourly Fee *
Consultation, file review, wills, power of attorney, court appearance - $100/hr
Hourly Fee is an approximate. Please consult with the lawyer for exact price

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Visa, AMEX, Master Card, Discover

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