Robert Evans

Evans picRobert B. Evans III has always harbored a personal interest in securing justice. He brings his top-notch trial skills to his practice, Burgos & Evans, LLC, a general practice law firm located in his hometown of New Orleans, La. Mr. Evans’ current focus is commercial litigation, casualty litigation and personal injury law. Noted for his impressive trial skills, he recently completed a successful multimillion dollar lawsuit in expropriation in the state of Louisiana. Mr. Evans is also assisting in several of the BP claims for businesses in the Gulf South. Another major element of his practice is representing those who have been injured in trucking accidents. Having been a victim in an 18-wheeler truck accident himself, he understands that nobody is safe from being disabled or killed as a result of such disasters.

Mr. Evans was admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court after he earned a JD and MBA from Loyola University. He remains up-to-date in his field through memberships with multiple legal associations. Mr. Evans, who obtains much of his business through referrals from other attorneys, was recently distinguished as an Elite American Lawyer by Worldwide Registry. AV Rated by both judges and attorneys, he has been selected as a Top Attorney in Louisiana by Martindale-Hubbell. Mr. Evans has also been named a Top Attorney by New Orleans Magazine, and is part of the only one percent of attorneys in the country who has obtained the status of Designated Trial Advocate by The National Institute of Trial Advocacy. He looks forward to continued success inside and outside of the courtroom in the coming years.

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