Gary J Arsenault is an accomplished litigation lawyer with over 22 years of experience. He is licensed in Texas since 2013, Louisiana since 1994 and admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court since 2005.
Gary attended Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and graduated with a degree in Accounting. After several years as a partner in a CPA firm in Baton Rouge he decided to go return to school and obtain a law degree.
Gary graduated with honors, Cum Laude, from Southern University Law Center and has been involved in personal injury litigation since graduation.
Gary is a member of the Texas Bar Association and Louisiana Bar Associations, Texas Trial Lawyers Association and the Dallas Trial Lawyers Association. Gary has been a guest lecturer at multiple legal conferences and chaired the 1999 Louisiana Bench/Bar conference. He was also the recipient of the first place affiliate award for Service to the Louisiana State Bar.
Gary’s diverse background and extensive experience combined with a passion to help those in need has earned him recognition amongst his peers and in the community. Gary is listed in the 9th Edition of Who’s Who in American Law and has attained a “Distinguished High Professional Achievement” rating by his peers in Martindale-Hubbell. Gary was also recognized in 2014 by the National Trial Lawyers Top 100 Trial Lawyers. This membership is extended to the select few of the most qualified attorneys from each state who exemplify superior qualifications of leadership, reputation, influence, stature, and profile as a civil plaintiff trial lawyer.
Gary was called upon by the Louisiana Association for Justice (formerly the Louisiana Trial Lawyers Association) to prepare and present the Amicus Curiae Brief in Bellard v. American Central Ins. Co. 982 So 2d 654(La. 4/18/08) addressing the applicability of the collateral source rule before the Louisiana Supreme Court.
Gary’s hard work and dedication extends well beyond the courtroom as his teenage twins keep him completely immersed in community activities and athletic competitions when not practicing law.