In 1983, Ed Womac started the Womac Law Firm as a modest, New Orleans-based
solo practice trying personal injury cases before Louisiana trial courts.
Over the past three decades, the Womac Law Firm has grown into a skilled
team of 20 attorneys with satellite offices serving Gretna and Mandeville.
Our firm provides passionate and professional advocacy for accident victims.
When you become our client, you and your needs are given top priority.
While it is our job to zealously advocate for your interests, it is our
utmost pleasure to give back to the New Orleans and Jefferson Parish communities.
And giving back means more to us than just writing checks to charities.
Ed’s commitment to education has led him to take active leadership
roles at both Louisiana State University and Loyola University New Orleans.
As the Womac Law Firm rose in prominence, it was important for us to also
lift the community with us. We are pleased to have been major a contributor
to the Jefferson Parish Recreational Department and several local schools.
In the wake of Hurricane Katrina, the library at St. Philip Neri was severely
damaged; the Womac Law Firm helped replace the library.
We are grateful that the Pelican State has been the Womac Law Firm’s
home for over 30 years. Louisiana has a long and rich history, and we
are proud to be a part of it.
The Womac Law Firm’s first office was established in
New Orleans – a city that proudly preserves its unique cultural traditions regarding
music, art, cuisine and entertainment. New Orleans has a distinct cultural
heritage that reaches back to a time when the United States was no more
than a few British colonies. At that time, Louisiana was a French colonial
territory. Over the next two centuries, New Orleans became a melting pot
of French, Creole and African culture. Remnants of New Orleans’
rich cultural history can be seen today in many of our city’s famous
tourist attractions, such as the city’s
Our firm also has an office in
the City of Mandeville. Founded in 1834, Mandeville is one of the oldest cities in St. Tammany
Parish. Mandeville’s attractions include
Lake Pontchartrian and the
Dew Drop Jazz & Social Hall – considered the oldest remaining rural jazz dance halls in the
world and listed on the
National Register of Historical Places.
The Womac Law Firm’s Westbank office is located in the City of Gretna,
in Jefferson Parish. Gretna hosts the
Gretna Heritage Festival, which spans 25 city blocks and features live musical performances, car
shows, food trucks, and more. Just recently, the festival celebrated its 24th anniversary with musicians that included the Village People, Sister Sledge,
and Uptown Funk.
Gretna boasts other
notable attractions, including the historic Hook & Ladder Cemetery, and the German-American
Cultural Center at the heart of the city’s National Register Historic District.
Proudly Serving the State of Louisiana for 35 Years
For the past few decades, we at the Womac Law Firm have proudly served
New Orleans and her residents by fighting for the rights of accident victims,
and we are currently celebrating more than 35 years of service to the
community. We are pleased to have developed a rich history of achieving
victory on behalf of our clients and helping injured people obtain just
solutions. With locations in Mandeville, Gretna, and New Orleans, our
firm is honored to represent people from across the state of Louisiana.
For more information,
please contact the Womac Law Firm at our
Westbank locations, or call (504) 470-3935 for a free case evaluation!