Louisiana Based Trial Attorney Richard J. Arsenault’s Lifelong Passion For Working Class In The Spotlight
Louisiana based trial attorney Richard J Arsenault Takes a lifelong passion for the working class into the spotlight on some of the nation’s highest profile litigation.
Alexandria, La. – June 7, 2011 – The “NBA” in their website address (www.nbalawfirm.com) stands for Neblett, Beard & Arsenault, but the personal injury law firm is every bit as powerful in the courts as basketball superstars like LeBron, Dwyane and Kobe are on theirs.
Representing thousands of victims throughout the nation for nearly three decades, the firm’s talented lawyers have developed a first-hand appreciation of how wrongful conduct and consumer fraud can shatter lives. They have earned numerous professional awards, including recognition in the Best Lawyers of America publication, Louisiana Super Lawyers® and the highest rating for legal and ethical standards in Martindale-Hubbell, a national directory of the nation’s exceptional law firms published since 1868. They’ve also been singled out by the National Law Journal as having one of the nation’s largest personal injury verdicts.
Neblett, Beard & Arsenault’s practice areas include all types of serious personal injury and wrongful death litigation. They are also consistently involved in mass torts, class actions and complex litigation that make national headlines.
The firm’s senior and founding partner, Richard J. Arsenault has an extensive personal “Curriculum Vitae.” It includes impressive accolades that speak to the extraordinary work ethic instilled in him by his Canadian-born parents while growing up in a blue collar environment on Long Island. The LSU Law School Graduate, who has taught trial advocacy classes at his alma mater for over 20 years, has been a major player on steering committees in some of the nation’s most complex litigation, including Toyota’s sudden unintended acceleration, Bayer’s genetically modified rice litigation, the Johnson & Johnson hip devices, Guidant, Medtronic, Vioxx, and other major cases involving thousands of claimants and billions of dollars.
People familiar with Arsenault’s extensive track record often ask the obvious: “How does this lawyer in the middle of Alexandria, Louisiana, (population 50,000) regularly get quoted by major new sources such as BusinessWeek, the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal?” He’s sought out by members of the national media because of his extensive experience with complex litigation, national reputation as a skilled litigator and keen sense for identifying the next, big case.
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