First of all, at Morris Bart 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 Morris Bart, 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.

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. The auto accident lawyers at the Law Offices of Morris Bart will work tirelessly to make sure you get the maximum compensation.

Of course. Morris Bart and his team 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 Morris Bart legal specialists.

Morris Bart is a highly experienced personal injury attorney with over 30 years of experience. Morris Bart has received several awards such as the Super Lawyer award and Gambit’s Weekly Best Civil Attorney distinction.

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 we do have a great law firm in New Orleans, we have law offices in four different states all over the Gulf Coast region:

Louisiana

Mississippi

Alabama

Arkansas

If you have any other questions for Morris Bart and our team of attorneys, do not hesitate to call or fill out the form on the right.

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