I am a native of Lafayette, Louisiana, and graduated magna cum laude from UL Lafayette with a major in political science and minor in history. I attended law school at Loyola University New Orleans College of Law, where I graduated cum laude in 2015. At Loyola, I was actively involved in the moot court program, representing the law school in various competitions nationwide and coached teams following graduation.
Upon being admitted to the Louisiana Bar, I began my practice defending large insurance companies and local businesses in a variety of actions, spanning from automotive collision defense to veil piercing actions and breach of trust claims. Through my diverse practice background, I have obtained a significant breadth of knowledge which is particularly helpful in representing clients who have been seriously injured.
My practice is now exclusively devoted to helping those who have been seriously injured, litigating claims for personal injury and wrongful death arising from maritime/offshore accidents, trucking/18-wheeler accidents, automobile accidents, onshore/industrial accidents, and premises defects.