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Pamela W. Carter

PAMELA W. CARTER

Partner

Areas of Practice

 Employment Matters
 General Litigation
 Product Liability / Mass Tort
Insurance
 Defense

Attorney Pamela W. Carter is the founder of Carter Law Group. A native of New Orleans, Pamela W. Carter had a career as a journalist and television news reporter with the ABC Affiliate KATC-3 Television. Ms. Carter attended law school and went to work for New Orleans Civil District Court , City Court Judge in 1995. She went on to practice law for well-respected New Orleans Defense firms.

Did You Know?

When Pam was in college, she performed in Shakespeare performances and she was a television news reporter.

Ms. Carter’s practice focuses on personal injury litigation with an emphasis on trucking and transportation, premises liability, employment, insurance defense and products liability. She specializes in the representation of clients in all aspects of general litigation including wrongful death, slip and falls, lead paint cases, wrongful death and food contamination matters. For more than 18 years, she has handled hundreds of claims involving exposures to toxic substances including asbestos, silica for major automotive companies and product manufacturers. Ms. Carter has litigated injury cases in state and federal courts throughout Louisiana.

Ms. Carter is also a lecturer and publisher of various legal industry and diversity articles. She has been an invited lecturer at national expert and lawyer seminars of the American Bar Association, Defense Research Institute and National Bar Association, as well as for the Louisiana Bar Association (LBA), and Seak Expert Association. She was appointed as a Member of the Board of Governors for the Louisiana State Bar Association, and was appointed Board Member for the ABA’s Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Section. She also serves as the Publications Editor of the Defense Research Institute’s Diversity Newsletter (2008-Present) and has served as the Editor for the American Bar Associations TIPS’ first Diversity Newsletter (2006-2008). She is admitted to practice law in Louisiana and Texas, as well as before the state and federal district courts of Louisiana.