"Having been involved in a catastrophic car wreck only a few years ago, I know exactly what's it like to be laid up in a hospital for days, not be able to work or do normal daily activities for months at a time, and stuck wondering how you'll pay for a new car or your medical bills. I know the aggravation and frustration that my clients have because they can't drive, have to go to treatment, or simply hate waking up in the morning because they're sore. It's because of this first-hand knowledge that I am able to relate to my clients on a personal level, represent them so well, and get them the results that they deserve. That is what motivates me to go to work everyday and fight for my clients against big insurance companies designed to take advantage of normal, everyday, hardworking people."
Born and raised in Cut Off, Louisiana, or “down the bayou” as they like to call it, Tommy graduated from South Lafourche High School in Galliano, LA, before going on to college at the University of Louisiana in Lafayette, LA. While at UL, he was a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon (SAE) fraternity, Student Government Association (SGA), and the Student Orientation Staff (SOS). After earning his Bachelor of Arts majoring in Pre-Law, he then decided to attend law school at the Loyola University College of Law, where he earned his juris doctorate in the civil law division. Tommy was admitted to the Louisiana State Bar in December of 2014.
Tommy has now lived in the New Orleans area for over a decade and has embraced the city as his home along with his beautiful wife, Amanda, and their son, Tommy Jr. Tommy is a diehard sports fan, avid UNC basketball supporter, and season ticket holder for both the Saints and Pelicans. When not in the office, he thoroughly enjoys 80s music, bandanas, lawyer TV shows, and all-inclusive vacations. He also considers himself an “expert fisherman in training” and often travels back home for fishing trips with friends and family during his days off.