About

With more than 4 decades of legal experience, Amos H. Davis is a results-oriented litigator and trial lawyer who delivers exemplary court, jury, and mediation results.

Based in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Amos H. Davis regularly represents clients and tries court cases for injured parties throughout the State of Louisiana. The seasoned attorney specializes in serious and catastrophic injuries and wrongful deaths, including automobile, 18-wheeler and other trucks, oilfield, chemical and industrial plant accidents and injuries, nursing home, and motorcycle-related accidents.

Davis graduated from the University of Virginia with honors in 1974, and then graduated from the Loyola University School of Law in 1978. After law school, he joined the prominent law firm of Voorhies & Labbé in Lafayette, Louisiana, successfully handling civil jury trials and mediations throughout the State of Louisiana. One case that attracted nationwide attention is the infamous Lake Peigneur salt mine disaster, resulting in a global settlement of tens of millions of dollars.

Davis moved to Baton Rouge in 1988 and has solidified his reputation in Louisiana as a revered and successful trial attorney.

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Admissions Details

  • 1978, Louisiana

Education

  • Loyola University School of Law, 1978, J.D.
  • University of Virginia, 1974, B.A.
    • with distinction

Our Office

  • Baton Rouge Office

    Address

    1939 Woodland Dr.
    Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70808

    Phone

    225-921-0771

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