Times of Acadiana readers have named Metairie Personal Injury Lawyer Bart Bernard the “Best Lawyer” and his team the “Best Law Firm” in the region. Over the past two decades, Bart Bernard has developed a reputation for going the extra mile for clients. His long list of successes put him in good company, among the Elite Lawyers of America and the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum. The Trial Lawyers Board of Regents put him among the top 1% of lawyers. Bart Bernard’s personal injury practice areas include: motor vehicle accidents, maritime accidents, medical malpractice and defective drugs, workers compensation, premises liability, and wrongful death.
Bart Bernard is proud to open his newest office in Metairie, the first suburb of New Orleans, Louisiana and one of the populous communities in Jefferson Parish. The office is conveniently located on the south shore of Lake Pontchartrain, between New Orleans and the City of Kenner, bordered by the Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport.
Visitors can reach the Metairie office via Interstate 10 or the commercial strip Veteran Memorial Boulevard. Stop in and see us while running errands at the Lakeside Shopping Mall, Clearview Shopping Center, or having lunch on Veterans Boulevard. The picturesque Metairie Road is packed with professional buildings, shops, car dealerships, and restaurants.
In the aftermath of serious injury or the death of a loved one, you’ll find a compassionate ear and expert legal knowhow at Bart Bernard’s Metairie law office. Call or email today for a free case evaluation. The Bart Bernard Injury Lawyers is available for consult 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. No legal fees or upfront payments are necessary. Clients only pay a fee if a settlement or jury award is won, so there is no harm in exploring your full set of legal options.
You can take comfort in knowing a portion of your legal fee will go back to the community, as Bart Bernard donates time and money to community charities like the Camelia Crossings 5K for Miles Perret Cancer Services, the Opelousas Lighthouse Mission emergency and transitional shelter for men, and the Lafayette Catholic Services Center’s New Life Center for homeless women and children.