Partner - Trial Lawyer
Partner - Trial Lawyer
“Aaron put his heart and soul into my case. We got a bad ruling from the judge, but he never gave up. He moved forward to appeal and we won because of Aaron’s tenacity and determination. Aaron and his team also made positive change for Louisiana law. Thank you Aaron!!”
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Our recipe for success is pretty simple. Work hard and never give up.
The two most common complaints about lawyers are 1) my lawyer never talks to me 2) my case is taking too long. The reason is simple. Most lawyers they take too many cases and they do not have the staff to handle the load. I always dreamed of building a law firm where things are different. Now we’re doing it. We have a huge, specially trained staff and we only take a limited number of cases. We are in constant contact with our clients. We push their cases hard and we stay on the offensive. I’ve always like the idea of being the difference maker, and that’s what we are. We change the outcome of cases, in litigation and in the courtroom.
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 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.
In 2014, Randall Hart and Aaron Broussard were hired 3 weeks before trial and obtained a $23 million punitive damage verdict. The case set new precedent for punitive damages in Louisiana and for maritime cases across the country.
Here are few other cases Aaron has handled:
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 frequently teaches trial skills around the country to other lawyers. He is also on the teaching faculty for Trial by Human- a national trial skills organization founded by Trial Attorney Nick Rowley.
Aaron is married to Nalani Broussard. They have three daughters Hannah, Ella, and (Baby) Erin.
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 has been hanlding serious personal injury cases for over 15 years. He has obtained well over 50 million dollars in verdicts and settlements, one case and one client at a time. Aaron gets in front a juries every chance he gets and has brought over 25 personal injury cases to a jury verdict.
Aaron has handled cases across Louisiana and in over five states. Aaron tried his first jury trial and made his first Appellate Court argument when he was 26 and is now regularly hired by other lawyers to handle trials and appeals. Aaron has also had the honor to argue before the Louisiana Supreme Court in a case with over 23 Million Dollars at stake.
Aaron has taught trial skills at semimars around the country. He is currently a staff member for Trial by Human, a leading trial skills organization founded by trial lawyers Nick & Courtney Rowley. Aaron also writes articles on a regular basis that have been published in multiple states and he is currently working on his first book. The list below is just a sample of Aaron's articles and presentations on litigation and trial skills.
Aaron did not waste any time getting through school. He graduated law school in 2005 when he was 25 years old and started his legal career the week after taking the bar exam. But as any good lawyer will tell you, a lawyer's real education does not start until after law school. A lot of Aaron's education comes from experience in the courtroom, but he also reads 2-3 books a month and seeks out experts across the country who can help refine his trial skills.
Boat Crash - Wrongful Death
$23,000,000.00 — Jury Verdict
Partner – Litigation and Writing