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Whether your business needs help litigating a dispute, or you've been injured at work or in an automobile accident, the experienced attorneys at Estes Davis Law are ready to assist you. Contact us today to learn more about our professional, ethical approach to providing legal services to the Baton Rouge community.
Randy Estes has practiced law in Baton Rouge for over 20 years, focusing on workers' compensation, personal injury, and wage and hour claims. Randy graduated with a degree in electrical engineering from LSU 1989, and he earned his J.D. from the LSU Law School in 1993. After graduation he clerked for Judge McDonald at the 19th JDC for two years before becoming an associate attorney for a local insurance defense firm. In 1999, Randy started his own law practice in downtown Baton Rouge. In the summer of June 2014 Randy formed Estes Davis Law with his partner Dan Davis. Email Randy at Randy@EstesDavisLaw.com
Dan Davis received his undergraduate degrees in History and International Relations from Florida State University in 1996. He went on to become a police officer in Tallahassee, Florida for several years before deciding to attend law school. Dan graduated cum laude from the University of Michigan Law School in 2004. He is licensed to practice law in Michigan and Louisiana, and his practice focuses on wage and hour claims, commercial litigation and construction litigation. Email Dan at Dan@EstesDavisLaw.com
James Bullman is Special Counsel for Estes Davis Law, L.L.C. where he focuses his practice on labor and employment and construction litigation. Prior to joining Estes Davis Law, L.L.C., James was a partner at the Baringer Law Firm where his practice focused on complex construction and commercial litigation. James was the lead editor of the Louisiana Practice Series for Construction Law and the Louisiana Practice Series for Louisiana Corporations, Thompson-Reuters publications, from 2011 through 2017. James graduated cum laude from Southern University Law Center in 2013. At SULC, he was a Senior Editor of the Southern University Law Review. James graduated in 2008 from LSU with a degree in Political Science.