In her defense of clients in the insurance arena, Caroline Bordelon has developed a keen eye for contractual interpretation. As a result, she is able to navigate complex contractual arrangements, and complex contractual disputes, efficiently and effectively for her clients.
Prior to joining Deutsch Kerrigan in January 2019 as a member of both its civil litigation and construction departments, she primarily worked defending insurance companies, exposing her to the defense of a wide variety of legal claims – from personal injury and contractual disputes, to claims of constitutionally vested property rights – for clients from individuals to large corporations. She is a skilled orator and relishes any opportunity to speak on behalf of clients both inside, and outside, of the courtroom.
Prior to law school, Caroline was a middle school mathematics teacher. She now serves a board member for the New Orleans charter school Lycée Français de la Nouvelle-Orléans.
Caroline is a native New Orleanian and attended the New Orleans Center for the Creative Arts before graduating from the Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts.