George McGregor is a lifelong resident of New Orleans – excluding the four years he attended Louisiana State University, which were bookended with BCS National Championships (’03-’07).
Mr. McGregor's current practice focuses on representing plaintiffs who have sustained personal injuries, individuals who have been injured in automobile accidents and work place accidents.
Mr. McGregor also maintains a very active criminal defense practice representing individuals charged with wide range of crimes including serious felonies – drug related and/or violent crimes, minor felonies, misdemeanors, DUIs, and traffic violations.
Mr. McGregor is an active member of Jesuit High School’s alumni association.
Also, in addition to being an active member in both the Irish Channel Marching Club and the Over the Mountain Athletic Club (“OTMAC”), Mr. McGregor has been a New Orleans Saints season ticket holder since 2000 and his family has had season tickets since John Gilliam returned the inaugural kickoff at Tulane Stadium in 1967. He was in that number at the 2006 NFC Championship in Chicago, the 2009 NFC Championship versus the Vikings in the Dome, and most recently bore witness to the robbery by Bill Vinovich’s officiating crew that was the 2018 NFC Championship versus the Rams in the Dome.
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New Orleans Personal Injury and Criminal Defense Lawyer
3535 Canal Street, New Orleans, Louisiana 70119, United States
09:00 am – 05:00 pm