DECADES OF EXCELLENCE REPRESENTING LLOYD’S AND DOMESTIC INSURERS,
THE ENERGY INDUSTRY AND PROMINENT CORPORATE CLIENTS
  • The attorneys of Adams Hoefer Holwadel have earned outstanding reputations in Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas state and federal trial and appellate courts. Founded in 1987 and holding the highest “AV®” rating, the firm excels in litigation and consulting involving casualty/liability claims, insurance coverage and policy issues, marine and energy claims, the defense of environmental liability claims, construction litigation and workers’ compensation defense. The firm’s attorneys have been rated by their peers to have the highest ethical standards and professional ability, and are involved in the litigation that has shaped prevailing case law.

  • Our firm focuses its practice on these key areas: Aviation, Energy, Environmental, Insurance Coverage and Defense, Workers’ Compensation, Gaming, Transportation, Maritime, Products Liability, and Professional Liability.

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  • Our firm proudly represents clients such as Arch Insurance Company, The Walsh Group, Berkley Oil & Gas, Nexen Petroleum U.S.A. Inc., Underwriters at Lloyd’s, Exxon Mobil, Liberty Mutual Insurance, General Electric, Denbury Onshore LLC, Bechtel, TMR Exploration, Inc., Ace Insurance Company, and Michelin North America, Inc.

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  • Our firm is led by AV® Rated attorneys admitted in Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas who have practiced for decades in their respective fields. This wealth of experience is invaluable as we craft strategies aimed at maximizing our client’s interests.

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