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3000 W. Esplanade Ave., Suite 200 Metairie, Louisiana 70002

Attorneys

Daniel J. “Danny” Poolson, Jr. | Experienced Railroad and Personal Injury Attorney

Let me guide the way after your railroad accident. You don’t have to go through this alone and you don’t have to continue to worry about your future. Give me a call and let’s map out your next steps: 504-766-2200.

Danny is a native of New Orleans and has been practicing law for 13 years. He is a 1999 graduate of Jesuit High School. He obtained his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and a minor in English from Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge in 2003. Danny returned to New Orleans to attend Loyola University School of Law, where he obtained his Juris Doctor in 2006. In law school, Danny was a member of both Moot Court and the Trial Advocacy Programs, serving as President of Trial Ad in his senior year (2005-2006).​

Professionally, Danny has achieved an “AV” rating with Martindale-Hubbell which is the highest-ranking attainable by an attorney based on evaluations by other attorneys and judges for the highest level of professional excellence and ethics in the practice of law. Danny has been invited into the Million Dollar and Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forums because of the compensation he has obtained for his clients. Danny has also been named a Top 40 under 40 in the National Trial Lawyers Association. Lastly, he has a five-star review score and a rating of 10 on AVVO.


Carisa German-Oden | Experienced Railroad and Personal Injury Attorney

Let me guide the way after your railroad accident. You don’t have to go through this alone and you don’t have to continue to worry about your future. Give me a call and let’s map out your next steps: 504-766-2200.

Carisa Oden has been practicing law for over 11 years. Since earning her law degree in 2008 from Loyola College of Law, Carisa has represented injured railroad workers and their families throughout the country.  Carisa has extensive litigation and trial experience in both state and federal court.  Before she became a railroad attorney, Carisa worked at a law firm exclusively protecting the rights of railroad workers.  In fact, in her extensive 17-year legal career, she has only represented injuries individuals and injured railroaders working at a firm designated by the UTU, BLE and SMART unions.

Professionally, Carisa is a member of the Academy of Rail Labor Attorneys. ARLA is a professional association of attorneys whose practice includes the representation of injured railroad workers and their families under the Federal Employers’ Liability Act (FELA). ARLA was formed more than two decades ago to preserve and protect the FELA and to provide continuing legal education for its member attorneys. Carisa has also been named a Top 40 under 40 in the National Trial Lawyers Association and is a member of the Louisiana Association of Justice and the American Association of Justice since 2008.