Trials, Industrial Explosions and Injuries, Wrongful Death Cases
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Aaron Broussard does not remember making the decision to be a lawyer. He does not recall ever considering another profession. This may have been because his father was both a lawyer and judge for most of Aaron’s formative years. While Aaron cherishes the example set by his father, he knows there is something in his core nature that drove him to the law. More than anything, Aaron loves winning when no one else can see the path to victory. Sometimes winning impossible cases takes deep thought and creativity, while other times only sheer determination and a hard head will get the job done.
Aaron is calm and collective at the office, but he comes to life in the courtroom. Contrary to what the public believes, most lawyers rarely enter a courtroom. Courtroom experience is a key differentiator in law— lawyers who take cases to trial know what really matters and get better settlements.
A big part of being a good lawyer for people is maintaining focus on representing your client’s interests. Aaron believes that loyalty to the client comes before everything, including your own pocketbook and especially your own ego. Their interests come first, and that’s why he sees every case through to the end, exhausting every path available.
When many people meet with a lawyer for the first time they are apprehensive and unsure, but Aaron has a way of putting new client’s at ease. Aaron’s client can often feel his dedication in their first meeting with him and they quickly let go of any preconceived fears and worries. They know they are in good hands. Most people just want to know that someone is going to fight for them, win or lose. That is what Aaron provides.
- Tulane Law School, Juris Doctorate, 2005
- McNeese State University, Bachelor of Liberal Arts, 2002
- Louisiana State Courts
- Louisiana Circuit Courts of Appeal
- Louisiana Supreme Court
- U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana
- U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Louisiana
- U.S. District Court for the Western District of Louisiana
- Louisiana State Bar Association
- Southwest Louisiana Bar Association
- American Bar Association
- American Association for Justice
- Super Lawyers 2021 – 2023
- Super Lawyers’ Rising Stars 2012 – 2020
EMPATHY + ADVOCACY
“Most people are as happy as they make up their minds to be.”
– Abraham Lincoln
Boat Crash – Wrongful Death
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“ My experience with everyone at Broussard + Williamson has been absolutely phenomenal. At the lowest point in our lives after my husband’s injury Aaron Broussard traveled to meet with us and gave us a beacon of hope. He gave us his word to which has been worth its weight in gold. We have been so blessed to find great and amazing attorneys that feel more like family during our journey.”