DARRYL M. BREAUX

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Darryl M. Breaux is the founder of the law office of Darryl Breaux & Associates (DB&A).  Darryl has lived in the New Orleans area his entire life and has been married for over 32 years.  Darryl has two children, one of whom is an attorney at DB&A.

After working for over a decade in various law firms as a trial attorney and representing corporations, insurance companies, public entities and individuals, Darryl began focusing on representing injured persons.  Darryl began his own law firm as a sole practitioner in 1995 and has exclusively represented injured individuals for over twenty years throughout the state of Louisiana and beyond.  Darryl expanded his practice and founded Darryl Breaux and Associates.  DB&A represents individuals for all types of accidents in both state and federal courts.

Darryl has built his practice with one simple, yet rare, rule: “PERSONAL ATTENTION”.  Darryl and those who work with him realize that attention to his clients’ needs makes the difference between a positive experience for the client and a negative experience.  Darryl promptly returns every phone call from his clients, and he is personally involved in every client’s case regardless of the client and regardless of the size of the case.  After representing thousands of injured people over the course of his career and spanning over 34 years of experience in the legal field, Darryl knows how important it is for a client to be able to speak with his or her attorney.

Education


Darryl graduated from Loyola University in 1979 with a degree in Political Science and obtained his law degree from Loyola Law School in 1983.

Licensed to Practice


Darryl Breaux  is licensed to practice law in the state of Louisiana, including all state courts in Louisiana. Additionally, Darryl is licensed to practice law in the Federal District Courts for the Eastern and Middle Districts of Louisiana.

Professional Affiliations


Darryl Breaux is a member of the Louisiana Association for Justice, the American Bar Association and the Louisiana State Bar Association.