• Proven, Dependable Louisiana Work Injury Attorneys

    You Deserve Better Than Insurance Delays And Denials

    You deserve to be represented by an experienced attorney who will vigorously protect your rights and maximize your compensation for past, present and future losses. Why should you suffer if you have been injured on the job or injured because of someone else's negligence?

    At Schwartz Law Firm LLC, attorneys Jacob Goehring and Christopher Schwartz bring over 25 years of combined experience securing personal injury recoveries and workers' compensation successes in New Orleans and southeast Louisiana. With offices in Metairie and Baton Rouge, we provide personalized service and focus on achieving timely results.

    We will protect your rights, benefits and pay while passionately pursuing the full compensation you will need for the future.

  • Achieving Full And Fair Recovery

    It is crucial to evaluate your long-term costs with straightforward, expert guidance. If it is necessary and injuries are life-altering, we will collaborate with medical, economic and vocational experts to establish the full value of your case. Our workers' compensation and personal injury lawyers will take on all the legal aspects of your case, allowing you to focus on recovery.

  • What Sets Schwartz Law Firm Apart?

    • Experience: Attorney Christopher R. Schwartz has handled thousands of workers' compensation cases in Metairie and Baton Rouge since the firm was founded in 1997, and attorney Jacob Goehring has handled hundreds of such cases.
    • Passion: Our attorneys won't let you be pushed around by insurance companies. At the same time, we will never make false promises about the value of your case. Christopher Schwartz's book, "The Road to Justice," depicts the battle for justice we fight every day for our clients.
    • A personal approach: We will work with you as an individual. Your case is as important to us as it is to you. We place great value in your trust, and we won't push you into something you don't want.