Attorney Bryan K. Jefferson
Bryan Jefferson is a highly experienced and energetic personal injury attorney, with a genuine commitment to his clients’ physical and emotional recovery. His specialty is Vehicle and Pedestrian Accidents, and for over 20 years he has built winning cases in the Greater New Orleans area.
Bryan’s unique accessibility to his clients is old-fashioned in this day of assembly line approaches to personal injury litigation. He is a source of candid information and comfort to those whose lives have been turned upside down because of the negligence of others. Each of Bryan’s clients gets not only a relentless fighter for their cause, but also a friendly shoulder to lean on during the battle.
Bryan takes on the tough cases, and his experience, flexibility, and problem-solving approach to litigation results in a winning record for NOLA personal injury victims. His goal, over and above financial compensation for his clients, is to return as much wellness and happiness to their lives as possible.
If you or a loved one has suffered injury because of the negligence of others, contact Bryan now for a Free Case Evaluation.
Bryan Kevin Jefferson attended Epiphany Elementary School and St. Augustine High School prior to Louisiana State University, where he graduated in 1987. In 1990, after working in New York with the Wall Street firm Mudge, Rose, Guthrie, Alexander & Ferndon he returned to New Orleans and attended Loyola School of Law, graduating in 1993.
Areas of Practice
At Foley, Lamy & Jefferson, Bryan practices in the areas of Personal Injury, Medical Malpractice, Workers’ Compensation, and Maritime law. Bryan entered private practice in 1994 at Barker, Boudreaux, Lamy & Foley (predecessor of Foley, Lamy & Jefferson).
• Louisiana State Bar Association (1994)
• U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Louisiana.
Memberships and Associations
Bryan is a member of the Louisiana Association of Justice (Chairman, Workers’ Compensation Section, 2001), American Association of Justice (State Delegate Minority Caucus, 2000), and Louis A. Martinet Society.
Bryan is a physically active person, who enjoys running, horses, hunting, and sports. He holds memberships in the New Orleans Museum of Art, the Audubon Nature Institute, and is a Charter Member of the National Museum of African American History and Culture.