Caleb Didriksen has over 20 years of experience as a civil lawyer with an emphasis on complex and technical litigation. The firm, under Mr. Didriksen's leadership, has an excellent win/loss record, and has been actively involved on behalf of clients in some of the largest cases litigated in Louisiana.
Prior to Mr. Didriksen's graduation from Tulane Law School in 1982, he received his B.S. in General Engineering from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Campaign. While an undergraduate, he was a member of the Tau Beta Pi and Gamma Epsilon Engineering Honors Societies. He worked as a process control engineer in glass manufacturing plants between engineering school and law school.
Mr. Didriksen handles first and third party property, casualty and liability coverage and defense cases, at the primary and excess levels. These include environmental claims, including class actions; defense of personal injury claims arising out of construction, industrial, highway, and automotive accidents; defense of construction defect and design defect claims, and subrogation prosecution. He also maintains a business and property practice, in which he advises businesses and individuals in connection with corporation, property and contract issues.
Mr. Didriksen is a member of the Louisiana Bar Association and is admitted to practice in state courts in Louisiana and Texas, and in federal courts in Louisiana, Texas, Mississippi, Alabama and Tennessee.
University of Illinois, Urbana-Campaign, B.A., 1977
Tulane University School of Law, J.D., 1982
Eagle Scout leader, soccer coach, and private pilot