Sara E. Huffman joined the Matthiesen, Wickert & Lehrer, S.C. insurance litigation team as an associate attorney in the New Orleans office. Sara received her law degree from Loyola University New Orleans School of Law, and her undergraduate degree from Louisiana State University. Sara’s love for litigation and advocacy was clear in law school, where she distinguished herself by advancing to the Final Four of her law schools moot court competition. Prior to MWL, she was a content writer for the Business Law Group in New Orleans and has served as a judicial intern for Louisiana District Judge Raymond Steib. She also interned for the Speaker of the House of the Louisiana House of Representatives.
Sara’s practice focuses on insurance litigation, especially nationwide insurance subrogation involving workers’ compensation, fire and casualty, auto, health, and fidelity and surety. Sara believes strongly that “the person who says it cannot be done should not interrupt the person who is doing it.” With that attitude, she fits right in at MWL.
While Sara was born and raised in Dallas, she is proud to say that she’s a New Orleans transplant. When she isn’t working, Sara can be found listening to live music, trying new restaurants, attending various festivals, cheering on the LSU Tigers and Saints, or learning about the rich culture and history of the city. Sara also enjoys spending time with her black lab, Winston, who loves to accompany Sara on long walks through City Park and trips to the beach.