Frequently Asked Questions

Personal injury law can often be a challenging and confusing subject. At Morris Bart, we strive to give you the best personal injury legal advice possible. If you have questions, you can always call us and request a free consultation. Here are some of the questions we get a lot:

We are happy to bring you in for a free consultation. Our accident attorneys will give you legal advice and decide whether or not you have a case. If you decide to work with us, we operate on a contingency fee basis. If we are not successful with your case, you will owe us nothing. The contingency fee contract drives our lawyers to work steadfastly to get you the compensation you deserve.

No, we are experienced in all realms of personal injury law. While we do handle car accident, truck accident, and motorcycle accidents, we also specialize in other areas such as slip and fall, wrongful death, offshore injuries, and class action lawsuits. To learn more about our practice areas, click here.

Absolutely not. Insurance companies will give you the least amount of compensation possible. They will not account for your medical bills, disruption of day-to-day life or pain and suffering. Our auto accident lawyers will work tirelessly to make sure you get the maximum compensation.

Of course! Our team will treat your case with the utmost importance and confidentiality. All communications are held to the highest standard of privacy. Everything you tell our staff is confidential unless you say otherwise.

Yes. Every state has different laws regarding how long you have to make a claim post-injury. For instance, in Louisiana you have one year after your accident to file a claim. If you are unsure of your state’s policies, contact one of our legal specialists.

Morris Bart started his business in 1980, and the firm has been growing ever since–that’s over 35 years of experience!

No, Morris Bart and his team of attorneys will only represent victims of personal injury accidents. If you were injured in any accident through no fault of your own, contact Morris Bart for a free consultation.

No! Morris Bart wants to help as many people in as many cities as possible. While our headquarters is located in New Orleans, we have law offices across Louisiana as well as Mississippi, Alabama, and Arkansas.

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