Experienced Personal Injury Attorneys Fighting For Your Rights

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Personal Injury Law Is Our Passion

At our family-owned firm, we will treat you like a member of our family. You should not have to experience an injury because of someone else’s negligence. The goal of Downs Law Firm is to help you recover from your injury, relieve the stress of your current situation and recover as much compensation as possible for your damages. We will personally see your case through from beginning to end.

Our founding attorney, Ross Downs, began practicing personal injury law in 1993 to help injured members of the Louisiana community. Today, we continue to practice with the same passion. We can assist you with injury cases involving:

With over 25 years of experience and over $21 million in recoveries, we can say confidently that Downs Law Firm is the firm to help you.

Questions about personal injury cases? Read our FAQ page for answers.

Successfully Taking On The Most Powerful Insurers

Insurance providers know that we mean business because we have taken on some of the most powerful insurance companies in the country — and won. We love to take on the big insurance companies and powerful corporations who think their size and power make them exempt from being brought to justice by those they’ve wronged.

Our experienced car wreck and personal injury lawyers have obtained successful results against these companies, including multimillion-dollar settlements. We won’t hesitate to go up against these powerful corporations if it means helping our clients get the compensation they deserve.

Free Consultations; You Don’t Pay Unless We Win

You may feel concerned about the cost of hiring a lawyer. The Downs Law Firm does not charge you a dime unless we recover compensation for you.

To schedule your free consultation and discuss your case, contact our firm. Call 318-284-8551 or send us an email. We have office locations in Monroe and Bastrop, but we serve all of northeast Louisiana. We also practice in Arkansas and Mississippi.