LaGarde Law Firm Launches All-New Website at LaGardeLaw.com
LaGarde Law Firm is proud to announce the debut of its brand-new website at www.LaGardeLaw.com.
Houston, TX (Law Firm Newswire) March 4, 2014 – LaGarde Law Firm is a personal injury and business dispute firm based in Houston, Texas. Husband-and-wife partners Richard LaGarde and Mary Ellis LaGarde have over 45 years combined experience in cases ranging from oil rig injuries, general injuries, and wrongful death, to oil and gas disputes, insurance claims, and contract disputes. The new website features overviews of the firm’s major practice areas as well as updated profiles of attorneys Richard LaGarde, Mary Ellis LaGarde, and Kristina Hernandez.
Richard LaGarde, the firm’s founder, is board certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in both civil trial and personal injury trial law.
“We’re very excited to publicly unveil our sleek new website,” said Mr. LaGarde. “A lot of work went into making sure it reflects our dedication to our legal practice and our clients. Both current and prospective clients can access a lot of great information on our history and our various practice areas.”
The site will also feature frequent updates to the firm’s blog, which will cover current cases in the news, legislative developments, and other topics of interest to the firm’s attorneys and clients.
Asked what sets LaGarde Law Firm apart from its competitors, Mary Ellis LaGarde did not hesitate in saying it is the firm’s personal touch with clients.
“We treat our clients like family,” Mrs. LaGarde said. “Many of them come to us at a time when their lives have been turned upside-down by catastrophic injury or the death of a loved one. We go above and beyond in providing fierce advocacy and superb legal counsel. We also provide compassion and understanding.”
LaGarde Law Firm also announced that Jason M. Welborn is serving as Of Counsel to the firm in its Lafayette, La. office. Mr. Welborn, a lifelong resident of Louisiana, has practiced personal injury law for 13 years, and has earned a Preeminent AV rating from Martindale Hubble.
Mr. LaGarde said he eagerly looked forward to the opportunity to serve new clients that would find LaGarde Law Firm through its improved website.
“Our online look may have changed, but our commitment to giving each client the best legal counsel available remains the same,” he said.
LaGarde Law Firm, P.C
3000 Weslayan, Ste. 380
Houston, TX 77027
Phone: (713) 993-0660
Toll Free: 1-866-LAGARDE
LaGarde Law Firm, P.C.
Jason M. Welborn - Of Counsel
617 S. Buchanan Street
PO Box 2053
Lafayette, LA 70501
Phone: (337) 443-4100
Toll Free: 1-866-LAGARDE
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