Gregory P. Marceaux is the owner of Marceaux Law Firm and is from southwest Louisiana. He attended undergraduate school at McNeese State University and while at McNeese, he joined the Reserve Officer Training Corps. (“ROTC”). In 1988, he received a commission as a Second Lieutenant in the United States Army and served in the Louisiana National Guard, 256th Infantry Brigade.
After graduation from college, he attended Loyola Law School in New Orleans and received his law degree in 1992. After graduation from Loyola Law School, he went to work for an insurance defense firm named Bergstedt & Mount in Lake Charles. In addition to his private practice at Bergstedt & Mount, he served in the United States Army Reserves, Judge Advocate General’s Corps in New Orleans.
While working at Bergstedt & Mount, he represented insurance companies and large corporations. While representing insurance companies, he obtained first-hand knowledge of insurance companies’ inner workings, including how insurance companies evaluate and defend injury cases. With this behind the scenes understanding, he has insight and experience of how to best prosecute claims for personal injury clients to obtain maximum recovery for his clients.
After practicing insurance defense law, he decided to “jump the fence” and represent injured individuals. In 2002, he founded Marceaux Law Firm as a personal injury law firm that represents individuals in all types of automobile accident claims. Upon founding Marceaux Law Firm, Greg committed himself to handling his clients’ cases personally. Unlike many other law firms, his client’s case is never handed over to an associate. Instead, he works directly with his clients, giving them the personal attention they desire and deserve.
Since founding Marceaux Law Firm, Greg has successfully settled hundreds of cases and successfully tried over 50 cases to judgment or verdict. He has successfully resolved numerous million and multi-million dollar personal injury cases. Greg represents plaintiffs in personal injury, wrongful death, and workers’ compensation cases.
This book was written to give the reader an overview of the process of handling an automobile accident claim and to answer questions that the reader may have following an automobile accident. This book contains many of the common questions that clients ask and answers to those questions. With this knowledge, injured individuals should have an understanding of the issues and be in a better position before meeting with a lawyer to represent them in their injury case. Knowledge is power and well-informed clients are in an ideal position to make decisions that are best for their case and to protect themselves and their families.