Why Choose Gordon McKernan Injury Attorneys?
With hundreds of $1 million and above settlements and verdicts, our law firm has exceeded over $1.5 billion in recoveries for our clients. Gordon McKernan Injury Attorneys has the resources, experience, background, and determination to obtain maximum justice for our all of clients in Baton Rouge, Lafayette, Shreveport, Lake Charles, Alexandria, Hammond, Lake Charles, Monroe, Gonzales, and Denham Springs.
Our History and Core Principles
Gordon McKernan Injury Attorneys was originally founded as McKernan Law Firm in the early 80’s by the late Jerry McKernan who based his law practice on Christian principles and protecting the rights of people whose lives had been impacted through an accident. McKernan Law Firm began as a small injury firm with only a few attorneys. The firm grew during the 90’s, and by the time Gordon McKernan took over running the firm it had expanded to six attorneys. Eventually, the firm became known as Gordon McKernan Injury Attorneys and has expanded to over 130 employees, 39 attorneys and six satellite locations. Inspired by his father to practice law, Gordon took over the firm in 2009 and has dramatically increased his presence throughout Louisiana. Gordon remains grounded in the Biblical principles that he was taught by his family, and continues to devote his practice to helping clients resolve their personal injury claims fairly. Our mission at Gordon McKernan Injury Attorneys is to provide the highest quality of legal service, compassion, and support to our clients and their families. Our commitment is evidenced through our constant and relentless pursuit of truth and justice while maximizing our client’s recovery.
At Gordon McKernan Injury Attorneys, we feel honored and privileged to be attorneys in this great country of ours. In undertaking this responsibility, we are guided by strong beliefs and convictions that affect and determine how we represent our clients.
We would like to share these beliefs with you as it relates to the following areas: