Tracy Houck is an catastrophic injury, family law, and estate planning lawyer in Louisiana. Tracy is a graduate of Louisiana Tech University with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and a Masters of Arts in Industrial Organization Psychology. While working as a Louisiana State Trooper, Tracy decided to pursue his law degree. He graduated from Southern University Law School in 1999. While in law school he worked as a law clerk in the criminal division of the Louisiana Department of Justice. During his third year of law school, Tracy became a Gaming Division Agent/Detective with the Louisiana State Police working with the FBI, DEA, Department of the Treasury, U.S. Customs and U.S. Attorney.
Tracy first tenure at the Third Judicial District Attorney’s Office began in 1999 as an Investigator and advanced to Assistant District Attorney where he prosecuted felonies and misdemeanors. As his law practice grew, he left to concentrate on major tort litigation.
Tracy again joined the Third Judicial District Attorney's Office in 2015 as an Assistant District Attorney in charge of Appellant and Post Convictions. He has successfully tried numerous felony cases, including the prosecution of offenses such as armed robbery, aggravated rape, and murder.
Tracy has been in civil practice since 2000 when he opened his own civil litigation practice in Ruston and Baton Rouge. He has litigated over 120 jury and bench trials in his litigation career, including civil and criminal prosecution. He has obtained personal injury settlements exceeding $60,000,000.00. He has handed 100’s of cases in federal courts in Louisiana, Ohio, Georgia and West Virginia. His appellate practice includes successful writs to the Second Circuit Court of Appeal, the Louisiana Supreme Court and United States Fifth Circuit.