Ross LeBlanc

Ross LeBlanc


Ross LeBlanc has always represented people, not insurance companies. A personal tragedy first brought Ross to the courtroom to give testimony when a drunk driver killed his aunt during her morning jog.  The light sentence given to a repeat offender spurred Ross to learn about and contribute to the justice system. Later, as Ross’s family and many others relocated from Chalmette to Baton Rouge due to Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, Ross saw firsthand how people depend on lawyers to ensure fair treatment from insurance companies.  These experiences motivated Ross to become his family’s first college graduate and to pursue a legal career helping people and being their voice.

With his knowledge and background, Ross has won multiple jury trial verdicts and judgments for clients and resolved hundreds of cases in successful out-of-court mediations and settlements.  Ross believes representing injured people with empathy and tenacity is an enormous privilege and a calling.

Ross lives in Baton Rouge with his wife, Anne, and their two sons, Lee and Gus.  He graduated from Southern University Law Center and Millsaps College. Ross volunteers his time speaking in schools and collaborates with the Sudden Impact program, which educates students on the consequences of drunk driving and distracted driving.   Ross is also a member of the Baton Rouge Ancient Athletes Society, Louisiana Association for Justice and the Baton Rouge Bar Association. He is licensed in both Louisiana and Tennessee.

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