Attorney Jason M. Welborn
Jason M. Welborn is a lifelong resident of Louisiana and the proud father of three children. He practices exclusively in the area of personal injury and has dedicated his career to helping persons injured as a result of an accident. Over the last two decades, he has helped hundreds of injured persons fight for their legal right to receive compensation for their injuries. He prides himself on personal service, aggressive representation and professional advocacy. His dedication to injured Louisiana residents has earned him lifetime recognition by the Million Dollar Advocates Forum and a Preeminent AV rating by Martindale Hubble, the highest rating in Legal Ability and Ethical Standards an attorney can obtain.
Jason Welborn is also a Board-Certified in Trial Advocacy Attorney by the National Board of Trial Advocacy.
Why Choose a Board-Certified Attorney?
Review any reputable source on the subject and they will all say the same thing—a successful trial lawyer requires significant knowledge and expertise beyond the general practice of law, and not every attorney is qualified or even capable of handling every case. By becoming NBTA-certified, lawyers prove themselves to have extensive experience in their specialty and to be the most qualified in their professional field.
Attorney Jacob H. Hargett
Jacob Houston Hargett was born and raised in Lafayette, Louisiana, and is now a proud husband and father. He attended the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, then went on to receive his Masters of Business Administration from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. Thereafter, he attended Loyola University College of Law where he received a Juris Doctorate.
While attending Loyola, Mr. Hargett served as the President of Loyola’s Trial Advocacy Program and was a member of the Loyola Trial Advocacy National Team. While serving as President of Loyola’s Trial Advocacy Program, Mr. Hargett organized the first National Trial Advocacy Competition held at Loyola University College of Law. This was competition was a massive undertaking and helped put Loyola’s Trial Advocacy Program on the national map. In addition, Mr. Hargett was inducted into the National Order of the Barristers and was awarded the Blue Williams Award for Excellence in Trial Advocacy in 2009.
- Louisiana, 2009
- U.S. District Court Eastern District of Louisiana, 2009
- U.S. District Court Middle District of Louisiana, 2009
- U.S. District Court Western District of Louisiana, 2009
- U.S. Court of Appeals 5th Circuit, 2009
G. Shelly Maturin II
G. Shelly Maturin II is a workers’ compensation and personal injury attorney from Lafayette, Louisiana. After graduating from Acadiana High School, Shelly earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Louisiana. He then obtained his Juris Doctor from Southern University in 2000.
For the past 21 years, Shelly has worked for both a personal injury firm as well as a insurance defense firm, where he gained knowledge and familiarity with both the insurance side, as well as the victims’ rights standpoint. With a distinct advantage, Shelly has gained valuable experience in workers’ compensation, Longshore and personal injury lawsuits. With a strong desire to fight for injured individuals instead of against them, Shelly’s clients will benefit greatly from his knowledge and expertise.
- Member of Louisiana State Bar Association and Lafayette Parish Bar Association.
- Admitted to practice in all Louisiana State and Federal Courts.
- Member of Knights of Columbus, Scott Chapter
- Charter member of Kiwanis Club of Scott
- Founding Member and President of Dodi Groves Breast Cancer Foundation
- Volunteer for Hospice of Acadiana