While every personal injury case is unique, prevention is always preferable to litigation. Safer, more conscientious communities is the name of the game — and the team at Morrow, Morrow, Ryan, Bassett & Haik is here to help. In this blog, we’ll debunk common myths, share uncommon insights and generally offer information designed to protect your rights.

Consider this a primer for pending legal questions. While not a replacement for an official consultation, we will touch on topics sure to interest you. Want a topic covered? Contact us!

How to Choose the Right Personal Injury Attorney?

If you are ever in need of legal representation, you may quickly realize you cannot simply hire any personal injury…

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FAQs for Personal Injury Lawsuits

If I am injured on someone else’s property, are they responsible for damages? As with most cases, the details of…

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Everything You Need to Know About the Jones Act

What is it? The Jones Act is federal legislation that was created to protect American workers at sea. This Act…

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Meet the Firm – Richard Haik Jr.

Richard Haik Jr. definitely enjoys his career as an attorney for Morrow, Morrow, Ryan and Bassett, and helping his clients…

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Frequently Asked Questions for Big Rig Accident Lawsuits

If you are in a big rig accident, the first course of action after recovery should be to contact an…

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Tips to Keep Your Kids Injury-Free for Halloween

Halloween is definitely a time of fun and enjoyment for everyone. However, masks and the mad rush for candy can…

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Meet the Firm – Taylor Bassett

Morrow, Morrow, Ryan & Bassett certainly have maintained a team of top-notch, skilled, and successful attorneys for the past forty…

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FAQs for Auto Accident Lawsuits

1. What is the time limit for filing an auto accident lawsuit? After an injury, the state of Louisiana generally…

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Personal Injury Lawsuit Myths

Myth #1: I am guaranteed compensation if I file a complaint. Just because you file a complaint does not mean…

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