Chris J. Roy, Jr. APLC was established in 1989 by Chris J. Roy, Jr. Attorney at Law. The firm has over 30 years of extensive experience in personal injury law. Chris J. Roy, Jr. is a third generation lawyer who has seen the impact a serious injury.
WE UNDERSTAND OUR CLIENTS SITUATIONS With our many decades of experience working with injured clients, we understand where you and your family are coming from. We understand the worry and stress that comes with a personal injury. We know that your family is depending on you for their future and when you are dealing with an injury that future can be very uncertain. With medical bills constantly coming in and bill collectors calling non-stop, your situation can actually seem hopeless. But it doesn't have to be that way. With the help of Chris J. Roy, Jr. APLC we can put an end to the constant worry and help you to have a future again. Some of the areas we can help you in: Medical Expenses Loss of Wages Property Damage Pain and Suffering
1100 Martin Luther King Dr.
Alexandria LA 71301
Chris J. Roy, Jr. APLC was established in 1989 by Chris J. Roy, Jr. Attorney at Law. The firm has over 30 years of extensive experience in personal injury law.
ATTORNEY CHRIS J. ROY, JR. Chris J. Roy, Jr. is a lifelong Central Louisiana resident. He is originally from Marksville, Louisiana, and moved to Alexandria with his family where his father practiced law. As a third generation attorney, he has practiced since 1987. He has been married to Lelia Hopewell Roy for over 29 years. They are the proud parents of three children, Madeleine Clark Roy, an attorney in New Orleans, Christopher J. Roy, III, a first year Louisiana State University Law Center student, and John Roy who will start LSU undergraduate school in 2017. OUR EXPERIENCED STAFF Chris J. Roy, Jr. APLC takes great pride in our competent and experienced staff that can handle your needs every step of the way. The last thing you need to worry about when you are injured are the details of your case. That is where we come in. We will handle your case in a professional manner from start to finish and all you need to worry about is getting well. CONTACT CHRIS J. ROY, JR. APLC TODAY Your life should not be over because of the negligence of someone else. Our office can help guide you through this process and provide you with the answers to the important questions you have. We do not take your case or your future lightly. We know how important it is and will always handle your case in a professional manner. When you are ready for a hard-working, result-oriented legal team, contact Chris J. Roy, Jr. APLC at 318-480-4563. We have your best interests in mind and want to help you today. OUR MISSION Our goal at Chris J. Roy, Jr. Law Corporation is to provide personal attention to each client. We will provide confidential, effective and caring representation to meet each of our client's needs. Chris Roy, Jr., not an associate or an attorney you've never met, will be personally involved in your case. Our firm realizes that serious injuries lead to disruptions and problems in your life, whether it be medical expenses, lost wages, or the pain associated with such injuries. We make sure we listen and provide solutions and just compensation for all of your losses. You will receive individual attention to compensate you for your losses associated with injuries due to the fault of others.
Chris J. Roy, Jr. is a lifelong Central Louisiana resident. He is originally from Marksville, Louisiana, and moved to Alexandria with his family where his father practiced law. As a third generation attorney, he has practiced since 1987. He has been married to Lelia Hopewell Roy for over 29 years. They are the proud parents of three children, Madeleine Clark Roy, an attorney in New Orleans, Christopher J. Roy, III, a first year Louisiana State University Law Center student, and John Roy who will start LSU undergraduate school in 2017.
Chris J. Roy, Jr. graduated with honors from Louisiana State University in 1984 with a degree in political science. Thereafter, he graduated in 1987 with honors from Southern University Law Center. He was elected as a member of the Southern University Law Center Hall of Fame in 2007. Following law school, he worked as a Ninth Judicial District Court law clerk under Judge Robert Jackson. He then practiced law for several years with his father, Chris J. Roy, Jr. until founding his law firm, Chris J. Roy, Jr. Law Corporation in 1990.
Chris has been a committed attorney in Central Louisiana for thirty (30) years. He is part of and understands this community. He will personally work with you unlike the television advertisers who aren't from our community and who will pass you off to a paralegal.
Professionally, he is a member of the Alexandria and Louisiana state bar associations. He is also a member of the American Association of Justice, the Louisiana Association of Justice, and the American Bar Association. He is admitted to practice in all state and federal courts in Louisiana and the United States Supreme Court.
In 2008, Chris was elected to the Louisiana House of Representatives serving the 25th District. He served on the Insurance, Commerce, and Agriculture Committees. While a member of the legislature, Chris was named the recipient of legislator of the year for the Louisiana Orthopedic Society in 2010. He fought for the protection of the elderly from abuse, neglect and financial exploitation. He was also instrumental in passing laws to protect mentally disabled children. He chose not to run for re-election in 2011, to spend more time with his family.
While in the House of Representatives, Chris also fought for victims of crime and consumers as a member of the House Commerce Committee. He has represented hundreds of families whose loved ones were injured, or harmed as a result of medical negligence.
As a member of the House insurance and commerce committees, he fought for consumer rights against big insurance companies on all health insurance issues and insurance bad faith laws. He continues to fight for victims of other negligence to make sure that their rights are protected and that they receive fair compensation for their injuries.
On a personal level, Chris has served as a member of the Board of Directors for the Rapides Parish Children's Advocacy Center and CASA. He also served on the Board of Directors of the March of Dimes, and has sponsored "citizen law schools" in the past for the Louisiana Association of Justice.
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