Trial Lawyers Board of Regents Nominates Oestreicher for Litigators Awards

trial lawyer litigator awards imageThe law firm of David Oestreicher has been nominated by the Trial Lawyers Board of Regents for a 2014 Litigator Award. The awards, presented in 72 specialty practice categories, are based strictly on actual verdict and settlement dollar achievements.

Of the more than 1 million lawyers considered, only a select few (approximately 12 law firms per state) achieve the distinction. Those who are awarded are recognized as star lawyers, who have triumphed in winning million, multi-million or billion dollar cases — a feat achieved by fewer than one-percent of all lawyers.

The 2014 Litigator Awards will be announced on January 15, 2015.

Oestreicher Named to Patriots Circle at WWII Museum

New Orleans attorney, David Oestreicher, has been named to the Patriots Circle at the National World War II Museum. The Patriots Circle represents a special group of Americans dedicated to preserving the artifacts and personal accounts that serve as examples of teamwork, courage, sacrifice and leadership exemplified by the men and women of the World War II generation….

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David Oestreicher Recognized by Mayor Mitch Landrieu for Contribution to the Arts in New Orleans

Mayor Mitch Landrieu formally recognized New Orleans Lawyer David W. Oestreicher for his contribution to the arts in the City of New Orleans with a proclamation and certificate of recognition issued on Sept. 20, 2013. Oestreicher long has been a proponent of the arts in New Orleans. He served for several years as President of…

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Oestreicher wins $1.5 million case against Ambulance Manufacturer

A federal court jury awarded a former New Orleans paramedic more than $1.5 million in damages this week for injuries he sustained while treating a gunshot victim in the back of an ambulance. The jury found the ambulance manufacturer, Medtec Ambulance Corp., knowingly designed a dangerous ambulance bench seat that caused paramedic Ryan Earls’ injuries…

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