Amanda Aucoin has been with the firm since 2008. A native of New Orleans, she is a graduate of Louisiana State University and of Loyola University Law School, and is admitted to practice in Louisiana Federal and State Courts.
Ms. Aucoin devotes her practice to representing clients in the defense of personal injury and property damage lawsuits. She advises clients and insurers in the handling of automobile and premises liability claims and lawsuits. She handles matters for local businesses, insurers, and national retailers.
In the insurance context, Ms. Aucoin has gained a wealth of experience regarding Medicare and Medicaid liens and set-aside requirements, un- and under-insured motorist issues, and bad faith claims. She has also presented to insurance professionals on developments in Louisiana law as they impact insurance practices.
In 2016, Ms. Aucoin was appointed by Governor John Bel Edwards to the Louisiana Pilotage Fee Commission as an At Large Alternate Commissioner.