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Morrow, Moroow, Ryan, Bassett & Haik Personal Injury/Maritime Law


Based in Opelousas and with offices throughout Acadiana, MORROW, MORROW, RYAN, BASSETT & HAIK has been providing personal injury representation for clients throughout the State of Louisiana for more than 40 years.              

MMRBH has achieved great success in maximizing recovery for its clients while providing exceptional and personalized client support.    We believe that the best settlements and judgments are achieved with preparation and hard work.  We have earned our reputation for excellence as a result of our victories in the courtroom.

MMRBH clients benefit from the personal service of a local law firm and the experience and knowledge of a firm with national credentials.  Recently, our attorneys, along with attorneys from around the country, litigated a case against a pharmaceutical giant.  MMRBH attorneys played a lead role in the national MDL Actos Litigation, which resulted in a $2.4 billion settlement for clients who developed bladder cancer after using the diabetes drug Actos.  

The firm’s practice areas include motor vehicle and trucking accidents, products liability cases and aviation accidents.  We also handle traumatic brain injury cases, medical malpractice cases, toxic torts, mass torts, class actions, as well as offshore injuries.  MMRBH stands ready to assist our clients in the prosecution of their claims.  


mmrbhlaw.com | Toll free 800-356-6776

324 W. Landry Street, Opelousas, Louisiana | 337-948-4483

200 W. Vermilion St., Lafayette, Louisiana | 337-806-9125

233 W. Main Street, New Iberia, Louisiana | 337-256-8562






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