Alan Zaunbrecher is a founding member of the Zaunbrecher Treadaway law firm which maintains offices in both Covington and Metairie, Louisiana. His practice primarily includes property and casualty insurance litigation, construction defect litigation, personal injury litigation, and mass joinder/class action litigation involving toxic tort claims and private property damages from infrastructure projects. He serves as an Special Assistant Attorney General for the State of Louisiana, defending the State of Louisiana and its political subdivisions from lawsuits based on allegations of premises liability and construction defects.
Mr. Zaunbrecher attended Tulane University and obtained his Bachelor of Arts degree in 1976 and Juris Doctor in 1979. He also received a Master of Laws in Admiralty (with distinction) from the Tulane School of Law in 1992. He has been licensed to practice law in all state and federal district courts in Louisiana since 1979, and he is admitted to the United States Fifth and Eleventh Circuit Courts of Appeals. He is also admitted in Texas. He is a member of the Louisiana State Bar Association, the Texas State Bar Association and the Louisiana Association of Defense Counsel.
Mr. Zaunbrecher serves as the President of the Greater Covington Bar Association and has participated as an officer since 2008. In the past, he has served as the Chairman of the Louisiana Stadium and Exposition District and he was a member of the Super Bowl XXIV and XXXI Executive Host Committees.
In addition to his active law practice, Mr. Zaunbrecher is a certified mediator for MAPS-Mediation Arbitration Professional Systems, Inc. Since 2004, he has successfully mediated hundreds of cases involving personal injury, construction defects, employment contracts, and hurricane-related damages. He has also served as an Attorney-Chairman of medical malpractice review panels and CPA malpractice review panels. He has also been appointed as a Special Umpire and Appraiser for complex insurance coverage cases. Executive Legal Counsel for the Louisiana Wildlife Carvers and Collectors Guild (25 years). Executive Board Member of the Hammond Area Basketball Official Association (10 years).
He has been awarded the Wildlife Conservationist of the Year Award for Walthall County, Mississippi and South Mississippi.
Louisiana Bar Association Foundation (25 years).