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HEBERT LAW FIRM
Hebert Law Firm has served personal injury clients throughout Louisiana and Florida. Hebert Law Firm is committed to protecting the rights of clients who have been injured through the fault of others.
Hebert Law Firm has represented people who have been injured in car accidents, eighteen wheeler trucking accidents, motorcycle accidents, and offshore accidents. Hebert Law Firm has also represented people who have sustained work related injuries. Hebert Law Firm believes that aggressive representation, hard work, and persistence will achieve the maximum results for our clients.
If you or a loved one has been injured by a negligent driver in a motor vehicle accident, or has been injured as result of another person’s fault, it is important to enlist the help of an experienced attorney as soon as possible, 504-348-3217.
An insurance company's goal is to pay as little as possible on a claim; Hebert Law Firm’s goal is to maximize our client's recovery.
If you have any other questions that the website does not answer, please do not hesitate to call our office at (504) 348-3217.
Blaine M. Hebert is a native of Louisiana. He received his Bachelors of Science from Our Lady of Holy Cross College and his Juris Doctor from Loyola University College of Law, New Orleans, Louisiana. Blaine M. Hebert is a licensed to practice in all courts throughout Louisiana. Blaine M. Heber has been admitted to practice in the United States District Courts for the Eastern, Western, and Middle Districts of Louisiana. He is a member of the Louisiana State Bar Association.
Blaine M. Hebert is a former police officer with over thirteen years of experience in auto accident investigation. Blaine M. Hebert has participated in the investigation of thousands of car accident cases. Blaine M. Hebert understands accident reconstruction and is thoroughly prepared to argue your case against the insurance company and argue your case in court.
Blaine M. Hebert has tried over forty-one jury trials and has argued cases before the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeal.
Blaine M. Hebert