Hattiesburg MS Personal Injury Attorneys
Speak to a personal injury attorney now: (601) 602-8431
Mississippi is particularly affected by personal injury. Mississippi ranks fifth in the nation for injury-related deaths. According to the Mississippi Department of Health, 84 people per 100,000 suffer injuries every year. This is much higher than the national average of 54 deaths per 100,000 people. These injuries lead to hospitalizations, missed time and work, and immense pain and suffering for the people of Hattiesburg.
Car accidents, pedestrian injuries, motorcycle accidents, and commercial truck wrecks claim many lives each year. Those who survive their injuries may face years of challenging recovery, medical expenses, and missed time at work. Families often shoulder the burden of caring for their loves ones who have been hurt following a car accident.
Call now for a free consultation: (601) 602-8431
If you or a loved one has been injured in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, due to another driver’s negligence you may be entitled to receive money for your injuries, medical bills, and pain and suffering.
A personal injury lawyer can review your case and determine whether you are within your rights to pursue damages. The attorneys at Morris Bart understand the challenges faced by those recovering from personal injuries. The firm works closely with those whose lives have been affected to pursue responsible individuals either inside or outside of court.
We serve Hattiesburg, McComb, and surrounding South Mississippi areas.
#6 Plaza Drive
Hattiesburg, MS 39402
Why Choose A Personal Injury Attorney?
Because each claim is unique, individuals who have suffered from a personal injury should always seek the counsel of a skilled personal injury lawyer before making a claim. While car accident cases are among the most common personal injury claim, there are also other kinds of cases that are frequently tried in court. For instance, one estimate puts medical malpractice as leading to as many as 160,000 deaths each year in the U.S.
Personal injury litigation can often be a complex process. Families and victims may not be aware that they have a limited amount of time to sue following an injury. Mississippi places a three-year time limit in order to file a lawsuit. Victims should not wait to file, as litigation and discovery can take time.
Mississippi is a comparative fault state, meaning that a judge and jury will review the details of each case to determine if the victim was at all at fault for the injury. If you are found to be partially at fault, your injury award may be reduced.
If you’ve been injured in Hattiesburg, MS, the claims process might seem overwhelming. You deserve the best personal injury lawyer in Hattiesburg, MS to help you fight and win your case. Contact Bart and Associates today to learn more about how to seek justice for yo
Call us today at (601) 602-8431, or fill out the form on the right of your screen and one of our attorneys will give you a free consultation.
If you chose to hire Morris Bart, we operate on a contingency fee basic. That means if we aren’t successful with your case, your attorney fees will be zero.
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