W. Jay Luneau is the owner of Luneau Law Office in Alexandria, Louisiana. Jay represents individuals and small businesses in a wide variety of cases in the areas of personal injury, worker’s compensation and other damage claims in courts throughout Louisiana.
Jay is a lifelong resident of Central Louisiana. He is a graduate of Pineville High School, Louisiana Tech University, and Southern Law Center. He is married to Carman St.Amant Luneau and is the father of two children.
Jay is involved in numerous professional organizations:
past President of the Young Lawyer’s section of the Alexandria Bar Association
served on the Executive Committee of the Alexandria Bar Association
served on the Nominating Committee of the Louisiana State Bar Association
served as a member of the House of Delegates of the Louisiana State Bar Association
currently a member of the Board of Governors of the Louisiana State Bar Association.
member of the Board of Governors and the Executive Council of the Louisiana Association for Justice
past Chairman of Louisiana Association for Justice Auto Tort Section.
formerly a member of the Board of Directors of the Louisiana Insurance Guaranty Association, where he served as Secretary, Treasurer, Chairman of the Legislative Committee and for two years as Chairman of the Board.
Community involvement is also very important to Jay. He currently serves as legal counsel for Renaissance Home for Youth, the Rapides Children’s Advocacy Center, and the Rapides Court Appointed Special Advocate program. Jay previously served on the Board of Directors for the Central Louisiana Pro Bono Program and the Rapides Indigent Defender Board.
Jay is also an educator in the legal field, serving as an adjunct professor for Northwestern State University where he teaches law related courses. He also teaches lawyers and paralegals at Continuing Legal Education courses on topics such as settlement of tort cases, motor vehichle accident issues, insurance guaranty issues, and workers compensation issues.
Jay is admitted to practice in all courts in Louisiana.