Brandi Young Prejean is a Member in the Austin office. Ms. Prejean defends insurance carriers, employers, self-insured employers and political subdivisions in employment and workers’ compensation matters. She oversees the Austin Representative Services, attends the Division’s public hearings on behalf of our clients and reports on same. Ms. Prejean also advises medical networks regarding compliance within the Texas workers’ compensation system. She is a frequent speaker at educational seminars regarding workers’ compensation matters and legislative changes in the insurance industry.
Louisiana State University’s Paul Hebert School of Law, J.D. and Bachelor of Civil Law, 2002; Louisiana State University, B.A. 1998, cum laude
Ms. Prejean is admitted to practice law in the State of Texas.
Ms. Prejean is a member of the American Bar Association, the Travis County Bar Association, the Austin Young Lawyers Association, the Travis County Women Lawyers’ Association and the Young Lawyer Section of Primerus. She is also a faculty member for the National Alliance for Insurance Education and Research.
Ms. Prejean has an AV Preeminent® Peer Review Rating demonstrating that a lawyer has earned the highest rating available for their legal ability and professional ethics.
Ms. Prejean is Board Certified in Workers’ Compensation Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.
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