John H. Carmouche
John H. Carmouche is the senior partner with the law firm of Talbot, Carmouche & Marcello. He has collected over 20 multi-million settlements on behalf of victims of corporate negligence. As the lead trial attorney, his fight against global oil companies to restore the coast of Louisiana has put Talbot, Carmouche & Marcello as one of the top plaintiffs’ law firms in Louisiana.
John Carmouche is a native of Napoleonville, Louisiana, a husband, and a father of four children.
John Carmouche has 29 years of civil trial experience and specializes in fighting corporations in discovery and trial. He recently obtained a $52,000,000 jury verdict against Shell Oil Company for polluting the soil and drinking water of property located in Cameron Parish.
John handled the “sinkhole” litigation, an environmental disaster, in Assumption Parish as the lead litigator against some of the world’s largest insurance companies and corporations. He settled a lawsuit for over $90 million and negotiated many other multi-million dollar settlements.
John’s 29 years of diverse legal experience enable him to be a strong advocate for clients. He has carried that over to be a fighter for the people. He was Chairman of the Board of the Donaldsonville Marine Institute, which helps kids in trouble get educated so they can have a different life. John also served on the board of Prevent Child Abuse. Lastly, he is on the board of Hunters for the Hungry to help the poor in Louisiana.
- 1993 — Juris Doctor from Loyola University School of Law, New Orleans, Louisiana
- 1990 — Bachelor of Arts, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
- 1986 — E.D. White Catholic High School, Thibodaux, Louisiana
He is a member of the Louisiana State and Baton Rouge Bar Associations. He was admitted to the Eastern, Middle, and Western District Courts of Louisiana in 1993.
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