September 28, 2021

Volume XI, Number 271

David Laborde

David Laborde has spent his entire career successfully representing injured individuals in complex personal injury cases. Upon graduating from LSU in 1988 and Tulane Law School in 1991, David worked for the Honorable Juan Torruella of the United States First Circuit Court of Appeals in Boston. Upon completing his clerkship, David returned home to Louisiana and entered private practice in Lafayette. He founded the Laborde Law Firm in 1995.

“It’s very satisfying to know you that you made a difference in someone’s life and helped them during a time they were really in need,” says David, who has served a diverse client base."

He’s fluent in Spanish and has represented Native American Indians before various Native American, state, and federal tribunals and agencies. Mr. Laborde is rated as a distinguished personal injury lawyer by his peers, and he upholds the highest ethical standards. He is recognized as a top trial lawyer, and he is a life member of the Multi–Million Dollar Advocates Forum. He is also a member of the Louisiana Association for Justice, the Louisiana Bar Association, the Lafayette Parish Bar Association, and other local and civic organizations.

David has represented individuals in all facets of litigation, from filing the initial claim in state and federal courts, through trial, through courts of appeal, and through the Louisiana Supreme Court. He has been admitted to practice in Louisiana State District Courts, Louisiana Appellate Courts, the Louisiana Supreme Court, and in federal courts, including the Western, Middle and Eastern District of Louisiana, the Southern District of Texas, and the United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals.

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Articles in the National Law Review database by David Laborde

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