George P. Hebbler, Jr. is a manager and co-founding member of Hebbler & Giordano, L.L.C., established in 2006. He has more than 35 years of litigation experience in a variety of fields, including personal injury, insurance defense, insurance coverage, products liability, premises liability, legal and medical malpractice, toxic tort, automobile and trucking law, construction and garage liability.
For over forty years Mr. Young has successfully represented individuals, corporations, insurers and self-insureds in civil litigation before state and federal courts, concentrating on insurance defense and coverage in personal injury, automobile accident, premises liability, product liability and construction cases.
Tony graduated from the Loyola School of Law in 1975 and was admitted to practice in Louisiana in that year. He practices personal injury litigation, product liability litigation, business formation and litigation, contract preparation and litigation, insurance defense, subrogation, class actions, commercial litigation and probate.
Michael E. Escudier joined Hebbler & Giordano, L.L.C. in February, 2008. His varied practice since he was admitted to the Louisiana State Bar in 2000 includes personal injury, insurance defense, insurance coverage, products liability, premises liability, domestic law and collections.
Chuck is a manager/member of H&G. He and co-manager/member, George Hebbler, founded the firm in 2006. His varied practice since 1993 includes the defense of transportation, automobile, premises liability, product liability, general casualty, hurricane litigation, medical malpractice, toxic tort, and maritime lawsuits.
Tasha W. Hebert is a partner at H&G. Her practice since 1998 includes insurance defense, domestic law, successions, premises liability, and product liability.
Ted has extensive litigation experience in a wide array of areas, including breach-of-contract and breach-of-lease, unfair trade practices, business fiduciary, environmental law, and banking.
Frank joined H&G in 2009. His practice currently focuses on automotive and premises casualty, and construction defect claims.