Mr. Gregory Reardon

Mr. Gregory Reardon: Attorney with Law Office of Gregory Reardon, LLC


Following his passion for law, attorney Gregory Reardon attended the Mississippi College School of Law and earned his Juris Doctor in 1986. Currently, his law practice focuses on worker’s compensation. Attorney Gregory Reardon brings almost three decades of experience in worker’s compensation cases. From 1997 to 2005, he was the worker’s compensation judge and mediator for the State of Louisiana Office of Workers’ Compensation. He is well known among his peers and clients for integrity, in-depth knowledge of worker’s compensation state laws and strong client commitment.

Workers’ Compensation Claims: Attorney Gregory Reardon

When you have an on-the-job accident, your health and family finances are directly affected. Why would you not get a lawyer to assist you? Attorney Gregory Reardon can assist clients in choosing the right medical team and answer your questions surrounding your workers’ compensation claim.

All around, attorney Gregory Reardon is a strong advocate on behalf of his clients to ensure that they receive the medical care and workers’ compensation. He also has experience in assisting clients file for Social Security benefits and finding vocational services for retraining. Keep in mind that the dispute process for workers’ compensation claims is complex with many legal rules and procedures. Retain attorney Gregory Reardon, and let his experience work for you.

Over the years of representing injured workers and trying to maximize their claim, I think I sound like well, a broken record.

Workers compensation is doctor driven. If the doctor you have a chosen is not an advocate for you, then it is difficult for any attorney to get the medical treatment that an injured worker might need.

In Louisiana the injured worker is still allowed to choose his own physician in most situations. The insurance company is given that same right. The question is for the injured worker. How do you know if the physician you are about to select routinely sees patients on behalf of a workers compensation insurance provider?

Additionally, your choice of treating physician is your safety net in the sense that once you have reached maximum medical improvement, the physician does not release you to a job that you physically cannot do.

There is an unstated goal for some workers compensation providers to get the injured worker back to the job of injury. However, many times this may lead to re-injury or even termination.

1. Regardless if your accident is witnessed by co-employees or not, report your on-the-job accident verbally and in writing as soon as possible. Be sure to get a copy of any written accident reports or statements. When completing the accident report, list all parts of your body that were injured.

2. Anytime you are evaluated by a health care provider, provide a complete history of all of your symptoms and all parts of your body that have been injured.

3. Do not post anything relative to your worker’s compensation claim on social media.


Areas of Practice (9)

  • Workers Compensation
  • Personal Injury
  • Work Injurires
  • Slip and Fall
  • Trucking Accidents
  • Wrongful Death
  • Auto Accidents
  • Repetitive Stress Injuries
  • Construction Site Accidents

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
985-241-0968  Phone
(985) 264-0309  Phone
University Attended:
Spring Hill College, B.S., 1980
Law School Attended:
Mississippi College School of Law, J.D., 1987
Year of First Admission:
1987, Mississippi; 1988, Louisiana
Louisiana State Bar Association; The Mississippi Bar.
Birth Information:
Houston, Texas, March 14, 1958

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Covington, Louisiana

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