John P. “Johnny” Barron is a native of Lafayette, Louisiana. He graduated University of Southwestern Louisiana, with a B.S. in Finance in 1995. After college, he worked in the oil and gas industry.
After working for over a decade in the oil and gas industry, he returned to school, obtaining a Juris Doctor and Masters in Business Administration from Louisiana State University in 2011. He has since practiced law in multiple fields, including insurance defense, personal injury, workers’ compensation, contract litigation, and successions.He is a member of the Louisiana Bar Association; Lafayette Bar Association, where he currently sits on the Board of Directors; and the Duhe Inn of Court, of which he is currently President.
Very knowledgeable in the applicable case law. Guided us with sound advice.
Mr. Barron helped us at every step of the process from initial incident to final resolution. His advice was both practical and realistic. He helped us receive a fair and just settlement when the insurance companies involved had not treated us fairly or with any respect to our injuries.
When I hurt my hand because of a defective product, I had to go to the emergency room. There I was informed that I was probably going to need surgery. I contacted the manufacturer to get my medical bills taken care of, and was given the runaround by them and their insurance company. Since I needed surgery, I called Johnny for help in dealing with them. Johnny took over my case and I didn’t have to deal with the insurance company anymore. He kept up with my medical care and he kept me well informed as to the progress of my case. He made the process much easier on me than it would have been, especially since my injury required 2 surgeries to repair it. Johnny made sure that I was compensated for all of my medical bills and all of the extra expenses that we incurred because I was unable to do all of the things that I needed to, while my hand was injured. I would not hesitate to recommend Johnny to anyone who is having to deal with an insurance company because of an injury.