02 Feb Baggett McCall Welcomes Two New Investigators
Baggett McCall, a leading plaintiff’s personal injury firm in Lake Charles, Louisiana, has hired two specialists in accident investigation who will work with current and potential clients to investigate and develop cases for litigation.
Al Allemond comes to Baggett McCall after retiring from the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff’s department. Mr. Allemond had a thirty-year career in law enforcement, during which time he served as a Robbery and Homicide Detective and Risk Manager for the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff’s Department and as the Chief Investigator for the Calcasieu Parish District Attorney’s Office. He is a native of Vinton, Louisiana, where he graduated from high school before attending McNeese State University in Lake Charles. He is also a graduate of Northwestern University’s Advanced Homicide Investigations School and Farm Bureau Tech’s Advanced Adjuster School.
Brent Chamblee is a native of Sulphur, Louisiana and a veteran of its police department and the Louisiana State Police. Mr. Chamblee attained the rank of Sergeant with the Sulphur Police Department while serving on patrol, narcotics, and drug interdiction duty. After accepting a position with the Louisiana State Police in 1995 and graduating from the Louisiana State Police Academy he served as a patrolman for several years before joining the force’s Gaming Enforcement Section. While serving in the State Police’s Gaming Enforcement Section he conducted criminal, administrative, and background investigations as well as enforced the laws and regulations applicable to gaming operations in Louisiana.
Baggett McCall firm manager Wells Watson said “Accident investigation is a very important part of personal injury law. Having full-time investigators on our staff is one of the many things that sets our firm apart from others. We feel very fortunate to add two quality investigators such as Al and Brent. They are both great at what they do as well as being fine individuals. They are excellent additions to our law firm.”