JAIRO F. SANCHEZ
Jairo F. Sanchez joined Hebbler & Giordano in September 2017; he is fluent in Spanish and with all Latin dialects; and his areas of practice include: Insurance Defense, Premises Liability, Personal Injury Defense, Defense of medical malpractice claims against nursing homes; Defense of negligent claims against private schools; Trucking & Transportation Industry Defense; Defense of negligent claims against restaurants; Defense of claims involving auto accidents/pedestrian accidents/motorcycle accidents/bicycle accidents; and Defense of negligent claims against municipalities.
Prior to joining Hebbler & Giordano, he worked with two other local defense firms practicing the same areas of laws and argued several appellate cases before the Louisiana Appellate Courts. His recent appellate cases include:
Daniel v. Clarion Inn & Suites, et al., 2016-CA-0760 (La. App. 4th Cir. 2/22/17);
Perrier v. BellSouth Comm. Systems, LLC, 2016-CA-0553 (La. App. 4th Cir. 11/16/16), 204 So.3d 658, writ denied 2016-C-2233 (La. 2/10/17);
Daniels v. SMG, et al., 2014-CA-1012 (La. App. 4th Cir. 3/25/15), writ denied 2015-C-0690 (La. 5/22/15), 171 So.3d 257;
Hughes v. Zurich American Insurance Co., 2013-CA-2167 (La. App. 1st Cir. 8/20/14), writ denied 2014-C-2220 (La. 6/9/15), 157 So.3d 1107;
Morrison v. USAA Casualty Insurance Co., et al., 2012-CC-2334 (La. 1/11/13), 106 So.3d 95;
Stone v. Cannon & Cannon Construction, LLC; 2012-CA-0322 (La. App. 1st Cir. 1/8/13);
Mrs. Sybil Morial v. BPI Home Builders, LLC, et al., 12-CC-2195, 12-CC-2238; (La. 11/02/12), 99 So.3d 1006, rehearing denied 106 So.3d 545; and
Walker v. Walker, et al., 2010-CA-1865 (La. App. 1st Cir. 5/6/2011) (unpublished opinion), writ denied 2011-C-1164 (La. 9/16/11), 69 So.3d 1150.
In 2016 and 2017, Martindale Hubbell’s Law Directory issued Jairo its highest “AV” rating and Louisiana Life Magazine honored him as Louisiana’s Outstanding Young Lawyers.
In May 2008, Jairo earned his J.D., Civil Law, and International Law Certificate with concentration on Immigration Law, from Loyola University Law School in New Orleans. While in law school, he was the Recipient of the Law Dean’s Scholarship and in Summer 2007 he did a judicial externship at the Superior Court of the State of Morelos, Mexico.
In December 2001, he graduated Dean’s List from the University of New Orleans with three degrees: BS in Business Administration, BS in Management and BS in Marketing.
Jairo is admitted to practice in all state and federal courts in the State of Louisiana, including the United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. He is also a member of the Louisiana State Bar Association, Federal Bar Association, Louisiana Association of Defense Counsel, and Jefferson Bar Association.