Parker Layrisson helps people injured in car accidents recover the compensation they deserve, without needless frustration and stress, even if they have no money to pay him or their doctors. He does that by forcing giant insurance companies to play by the rules when dealing with regular people like you.
Mr. Layrisson is an experienced attorney and published author with law offices located in New Orleans, and Ponchatoula, Louisiana. He is a former federal judicial law clerk, state assistant attorney general, parish special counsel, and city prosecutor who served as editor-in-chief of the Louisiana Law Review. He has received Martindale-Hubbell’s highest peer review rating for professional excellence in legal abilities and ethical standards (AV Preeminent) and Avvo®’s highest available rating (10/10 Superb). He also earned the Lexis Nexis Lawyers.com Client Distinction Award and the Avvo® Client Choice Award. He was named to New Orleans Magazine’s list of “Top Lawyers” in 2009 and Louisiana Super Lawyers' “Rising Stars” list since 2012.
Mr. Layrisson graduated with honors from Tulane University and LSU Law Center. He is a former No. 1 ranked law student and a member of the Order of the Coif (top 10% graduate). He has taught law, professionalism, and ethics to attorneys and judges in various continuing legal education courses.
Mr. Layrisson is Past President of the 21st Judicial District Young Lawyers Association, Port Manchac, and the Ponchatoula Rotary Club. He has also served as a member of the LSU Law Chancellor's Council and Vice President and Treasurer of SAFE (f/k/a the Southeast Spouse Abuse Program). He has written numerous law books, reports, and newspaper columns, and maintains a blog at layrisson.com.
Parker Layrisson is married to Brandie Bruno Layrisson. They live in Ponchatoula with their son, Luke.