“A lawyer who tries to represent everyone cannot truly represent anyone.”
Aaron is very selective about what cases he handles. Being selective allows Aaron to dedicate more time to each client and get better results in a shorter time. Aaron strives to provide great representation to good people.
Aaron tried his first jury trial when he was 26 and has not stopped. Aaron has personally obtained over $50 Million dollars in jury verdicts and settlements. He has obtained jury verdicts in a variety of cases, including maritime, product liability, highway defect, trucking, premise liability, and cases against law enforcement.
Aaron gets to know clients on a personal level and never gives up. His clients very rarely call to see how their case is going because they already know. Aaron keeps his clients informed and up-to-date.
Aaron enjoys working on difficult cases and coming up with new ways to win. Aaron is often hired by other attorneys to work on cases and is willing to travel any distance.
Aaron’s email: Aaron@Broussard-Hart.com
Aaron’s verdicts and settlements:
- $23,125,000 – Maritime products liability- Jury Verdict
- $10,000,000 – Impaired truck driver/Wrongful death – Settlement
- $4,000,000 – Workplace safety- Trucking- Settlement
- $3,125,000 – Motorcycle crash- Settlement
- $1,209,000 -Slip and fall – Settlement
- $2,600,000 – Highway defect- Jury trial
- $850,000 – Slip and fall – Settlement
- $765,000 – Rear end accident- Settlement
- $570,000 – Slip and Fall- Settlement
- $615,000 – Police liability for traffic accident – ($495,000 obtained in jury trial).
- $501,000 – Police liability – Settlement
- $375,000- Slip and fall – Settlement after trial
- $250,000 – Trip and fall – Obtained on appeal
- $250,000 – Rear end collision- Eye injury – Settlement
- $65,000 – Trucking disputed liability- Jury verdict
- Not Guilty jury verdict- Forcible Rape
- $50,000 – False arrest on misdemeanor charge – Jury Verdict
What Aaron’s clients have to say:
“Aaron accepted my case, which wasn’t a big dollar type of case. He put his heart and soul into my case. Because of a bad ruling, we lost at trial, but he moved forward to appeal and we won a unanimous verdict from the appeals judges. Defense sent it to the state supreme court and their writ was denied. Because of Aaron’s tenacity and determination we are now victorious. Aaron and his team made positive change for Louisiana law regarding preserving evidence of an accident in a casino hotel. Thank you Aaron!!”
“Broussard and Hart Law Firm was nothing but fabulous when we needed help! Everyone on the staff always treated us with the utmost courtesy and professionalism. It was a long, difficult time for us, but they were always very supportive and truly cared about our well-being. Throughout the entire ordeal, we were constantly aware of every step in the process. We would highly recommend this firm to deal with any personal injury situation.”
“Aaron is one of the most honorable men I know. He has a righteous heart and that is mighty and powerful in defending those who were wronged. Best EVER!”
Education and recognition:
- Gerry Spence Trial Lawyers College graduate-2010
- Super Lawyers — Rising Stars every year since 2011
- National Trial Lawyers top 40 under 40
- Tulane Law School 2005
- Tulane Moot Court- National Team 2005
- Tulane Civil Law clinic 2005
- Million Dollar Advocates Forum- member
In 2014, Aaron and his partner Randall Hart were hired 3 weeks before trial and obtained a $23 million punitive damage verdict. The case was appealed. Randall Hart argued the case to the Louisiana Third Circuit and Aaron argued the case to the Louisiana Supreme Court. The opinions set new precedent for punitive damages in Louisiana and for maritime cases across the country. https://www.lasc.org/opinions/2017/16C1647.OPN.pdf
Aaron dedicates an enormous amount of time to improving his trial skill through reading, practice, and learning from others. He is a 2010 graduate of Gerry Spence’s Trial Lawyers College in Wyoming and has been listed in Super Lawyers — Rising Stars every year since 2011.
If you have a serious case and you hire a lawyer who is handling a hundred files or more, how can he or she possibly have the time to give personal attention to your file? Serious cases require a lot of work and a lot of time. Corporations and insurance companies do not defend minor cases the same way they defend serious cases. They are going to make you earn it and they have the resources to run attorneys in circles. If an attorney takes too many cases, they will not be able to keep up and the defendant will be successful in delaying your case.
Aaron graduated from Sulphur High School in 1998 and McNeese four years later in 2002. He graduated from Tulane Law School in New Orleans in 2005 and started practicing law when he was 25.
In law school, Aaron was a lead member of Tulane’s National Moot Court Trial Team. He was also selected for Tulane’s Law Clinic which allows senior students to represent real clients while still in school. Aaron dedicated his law clinic experience to assisting victims of domestic violence in New Orleans. He also graduated with a Certificate of Specialization in Maritime Law.
Aaron currently lives in Lake Charles. In his spare time, Aaron stays outside enjoying tennis, hunting, and fishing.
Aaron is currently a member of the American Bar Association, the American Association for Justice, the Louisiana Association for Justice, and also the Louisiana Bar Association.
Read articles written by Aaron Broussard published in the Louisiana Association for Justice‘s monthly magazine, Louisiana Advocates; he shares experience, advice, and insight to other legal professionals.
- 9 Random Lessons I’ve Learned Along the Way
- Lawyers Practice Law Too Much
- Make a Plan Before You Build Your House
- Steal a Plot for Your Story
- The Dos and Dont’s of Jury Selection
- The First Meeting with Your New Client
- The Old Hammer
- Witness Order Considerations
- 18 Wheeler Accidents
- Brain Injury
- Spinal Cord Injury
- Admiralty & Maritime Law
- Motor Vehicle Accidents
- Products Liability Law
- Medical Malpractice
- Railroad Worker Injury/FELA
- Nursing Home Neglect
- Wrongful Death
- Burns / Explosions
- Premises liability
- Slip-Trip and Fall
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