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Who We Represent

The lawyers at Briney Foret Corry have extensive litigation experience in many areas of practice. Our primary emphasis is in civil matters. We litigate at the administrative, trial, and appellate levels in all state and federal courts. The majority of the firm’s work is in the following areas of practice: Insurance, Corporate and Government.
We handle a broad spectrum of insurance defense related cases in these areas:
  • Admiralty and Maritime
  • Automobile Liability
  • Casualty and Property Claims
  • General Liability
  • Labor and Employment
  • Law Enforcement
  • Premises Liability
  • Professional Malpractice
  • State and Federal Workers’ Compensation
  • Toxic Tort and Environmental Claims
  • Trucking

We also represent corporate clients, many of whom have oil and gas related interests. We have defended complex cases involving catastrophic losses from blowouts; drilling accidents, both on and offshore; fires, and matters affecting the environment.

A major part of our practice is the representation of self-insured companies in litigation arising out of or related to: contract disputes, workers’ compensation, products and premises liability, construction, and ultra-hazardous activity. We have also handled many labor related problems of these clients, including: labor management relations, wage, and hour regulations, Americans with Disabilities Act issues, wrongful discharge and Fair Employment Standards Act matters.


Our attorneys who focus on governmental relations have extensive experience representing the State of Louisiana, through its agencies and departments, as well as municipal and parish (county) governmental bodies on a variety of matters.

The firm handles medical malpractice and personal injury claims brought against state agencies. Additionally, the firm has represented several area parish governments defending personal injury cases. Members of Briney Foret Corry have in excess of 25 years experience representing state agencies in regulatory and administrative law matters in the energy field.

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