Need a Lawyer?

Posted on: September 19, 2014 | Posted in: News

If you need an unbiased referral based on a lawyer's qualifications, email Marilyn St. James of the Lawyer Referral Service. For almost 40 years, the New Orleans Bar Association has provided qualified referrals to the community as a public service.

 

You May Need A Lawyer When:

  • Handling Problems with Insurance Claims
  • You've Been in a Car Accident
  • You've Been Hurt or Injured
  • You Need a Succession
  • Buy or Sell Real Estate
  • You're Getting a Divorce
  • You Slip and Fall
  • You Get Injured at Work
  • Employer Doesn't Pay Your Wages
  • Facing Criminal Charges
  • Writing a Will
  • Filing for Bankruptcy
  • Incorporating a Business
  • Problems with Child Custody or Child Support

NEED A PRIVATE LAWYER?

Contact the Lawyer Referral Service by email:

Marilyn St. James

(faster response time than phone)

(504) 561-8828

 

 

Why Call New Orleans Bar Association for Referrals?

  • It's a non-profit service operating for the public's benefit.
  • Unbiased referrals based on lawyer's qualifications.
  • You get lawyers experienced in the particular area of law you need.
  • Credibility and credentials. We've got them. NOBA has represented the New Orleans area legal community since 1924.

   The Lawyer Referral Service offers you:

  • Referral to an experienced laywer, if you need one.
  • Calling us to get a lawyer costs you nothing. It's FREE
  • An initial consultation of up to 30 minutes with a lawyer for a fee of no more than $25.
  • Qualified lawyers in over 35 areas of law.

NEED FREE LEGAL SERVICES?

For low income people only:

Southeast La.

Legal Services

(504) 529-1000

 

 

What will I need for the initial consultation with a lawyer?

In order to save time and money, you should bring all relevant documents and information to your first appointment.  The names, addresses, and telephone numbers of people involved and documents such as lease agreements and contractswill help the attorney understand you particular problem. Be prepared to explain your case completely and clearly -- sometimes writing down the important points in advance will help.