Brian grew up in Yorkville, Illinois. As a kid, his parents told him he should be a lawyer because he always had a clever retort to their instructions. Turns out, it was sound advice! Brian graduated from the Loyola University New Orleans College of Law and has practiced in New Orleans ever since.
Brian is currently licensed to practice in all Louisiana State Courts and in the Federal Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana. As a Super Lawyers nominee, Brian has dedicated his career to helping New Orleans citizens bounce back from life-changing accidents. He has tried cases to both judges and juries and focuses exclusively on cases involving personal injury.
In his free time, he is an active member and rider in the Rolling Elvi Mardi Gras Sub Krewe and the assistant coach for his son Weston’s baseball team, the Lakeview Vikings. As an outstanding cook and pitmaster, Brian also serves as the culinary team captain of “Notorious P.I.G.” in New Orleans’ annual “Hogs for the Cause” cook-off fundraiser for pediatric brain cancer.
Brian lives in New Orleans with his wife Elaine, their sons Weston and Miller, and their dog Irie.
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Why did you get into personal injury law? “After Hurricane Katrina, I witnessed so many insurance companies putting profit over people. I couldn’t stand to see this accepted as standard practice, or the resulting injustice.”
What does “client first” mean to you? “Client first means just that… Everything that I do as an attorney is an effort to put the client’s interest above all else and to ensure the best outcome for their individual situation.”
What does it mean to you to work for Stewart J Guss, Attorney at Law? “It means I am part of a team of like-minded individuals that understand our clients need us to ensure they are treated fairly and compensated justly.”
What is your go to comfort food? “Chicken wings.”
What is your favorite TV show or Movie? “Last Week Tonight with John Oliver.”
If you could know more about one thing, what would it be? “I would like to be fluent in several languages.”