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Over 40 years serving clients across the State of Louisiana

Over 40 years serving clients across the State of Louisiana


Gaudry, Ranson, Higgins & Gremillion is a full service law firm serving insurance, business and individual clients for nearly 40 years. Our firm has the highest possible peer review rating from Martindale-Hubbell for legal ability and ethical standards. Our team of attorneys is experienced in handling all phases of casualty litigation, as well as commercial litigation, business and transactional matters, and estates. Our attorneys are supported by a seasoned and highly dedicated staff of paralegals, legal secretaries, court runners, and administrative personnel. Together, the attorneys and staff at Gaudry Ranson work diligently to achieve our clients’ legal objectives in an efficient and cost-effective manner.

Why Us



The firm’s four senior lawyers average over 36 years of continued legal practice with the next four members of the firm averaging over 26 years of experience.

Our Commitment

The firm is committed to providing aggressive and cost effective legal representation to our clients.  This is accomplished to a great degree with a combination of extensive experience and stability.

Client Focused

All files are handled in a professional and efficient manner.  The goal in handling each and every case is a successful resolution to the satisfaction of the client with a view toward full risk and cost assessment.

AV rating from Martindale-Hubbell

Eight of the firm’s top lawyers are “AV” rated by Martindale-Hubbell which is the highest professional and ethical rating possible.

Monthly Newsletters


  • More on Court Closures & Proceedings After Extension of Stay at Home Orders

    This post updates our most recent blog post An Update On Court Closures And Legal Proceedings In Louisiana to provide the latest information on court closures and extension of legal deadlines. It came as no big surprise that courts did not reopen ....

  • COVID-19 Updates on Court Closures & Legal Proceedings in LA

    As a resource for our clients and colleagues, we have summarized the Governor’s Proclamations and Orders of Louisiana state and federal courts as they relate to suspension of legal deadlines and the impact on legal proceedings. ....

  • Casualty/Insurance Newsletter March 2020

    With the prevalence of surveillance video nowadays in stores, restaurants, on trucks and in public, the question of the preservation of that evidence frequently arises. More sophisticated businesses know to keep the video. Smaller entities sometimes ....

  • Workers Comp Newsletter July 2018

    Most of the fraud cases we come across involve a history of treatment/injuries which the claimant fails to disclose. Turner v. Chicago Bridge and Iron Company, 52,167 (2 Cir. 6/27/18), was one of those cases. Alex Turner worked as a carpenter’s ....

  • Workers Comp Newsletter October 2017

    Contractual indemnity and defense is a frequently litigated issue in Louisiana. Although the case law is fairly clear and consistent, the contractual language is not always so. In Ponder v. SDT Waste and Debris Services, LLC, et al, 15-1656 (1st C ....

  • Workers Comp Newsletter August 2017

    In LaSalle v. City of Lake Charles, 17-32 (3 Cir. 5/24/17), the claimant suffered a left knee injury when he fell off of a trash truck in the course and scope of his employment with the City of Lake Charles. He eventually underwent surgery and a knee ....

  • Casualty Newsletter June 2018

    In Stroder v. Hill Corp. Energy Company, et al, 17-1086 (3 Cir. 4/4/18), the plaintiff drove a dump truck to a land based drilling rig to transport drilling mud from the rig for waste disposal. He testified when he saw the mud to be transported, he f ....

  • Casualty Newsletter March 2018

    Louisiana provides only limited bad faith causes of action against insurers on third party claims. Bad faith claims are mostly limited to first party claims under the policy. The plaintiff in Lee v. Sapp, 17-490 (4th Cir. 12/6/17), made a novel argum ....

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