Jeremy Pichon has never been a stranger to the meaning of hard work.
By age fourteen, Mr. Pichon spent his summers framing houses in the hot Louisiana sun. By sixteen, he worked the Sears stockroom while going to school full time. By nineteen, he joined the military reserves and followed in the footsteps of his brothers, father, and grandfathers who served in foreign wars from WWI to Desert Storm. “I was so proud to have learned that my grandfather fought with the 368th Infantry Regiment of the United States Army that served in World War I in France. This unit was part of the 92nd Infantry Division which was nicknamed the “Buffalo Soldiers.” Mr. Pichon is also a veteran having served in support of Operation Iraqi/Enduring Freedom from 2003-2004. He has over 20 years of military service and currently serves as the Brigade Judge Advocate of the 61st Troop Command, Louisiana Army National Guard.
Hard work, planning, execution.
These were the three pillars of his early life, and they remain the foundation of his work as a seasoned personal injury lawyer representing those whose lives have been tragically altered and whose voices have been taken from them.