Endorsements

I highly recommend Brad Cranmer. He is a zealous advocate for his clients and a great asset to the Baton Rouge legal community.

Hallye Braud

Criminal Defense Attorney

Brad and I have been colleagues for years, even having studied together in law school and competing on mock trial teams. Brad has always shined in whatever he touched -- academics, athletics, and as an attorney. Recently, he and I had a chance to represent the same client who was up against a big insurance company. True to form, Brad shined. He formed a winning strategy, stuck to his guns, and skillfully negotiated a winning result for the client. Brad has a unique ability to form professional, trusting relationships even with his opponents. That skill, combined with his zealous advocacy, give his clients a competitive advantage over their legal opponents and set Brad apart from other attorneys. If I ever needed a great attorney, Brad would be my first call, and I would recommend him to anyone close to me. Give him a call and you won't be disappointed.

Andrew Rebennack

Worked together on matter

Brad is a very bright and energetic attorney. He fights for his clients and is an excellent litigator in the court room. I would recommend Brad to anyone that I know that needs a good personal injury attorney.

Collin Melancon

Litigation Attorney

I have had the privilege to work with Brad on a complex case involving several federal agencies. Brad's work ethic and attention to details are second to none.

Scott Mansfiel

Litigation Attorney

I endorse Brad. He is a highly skilled attorney that is well respected in the legal community.

Brant Mayer

Criminal defense Attorney

Mr. Cranmer is honest, intelligent, and diligent. He understands the law and the system, and most importantly he understands people. These traits aren't always what people think of when they look for an attorney, but they're amongst the most important qualities an attorney can have. I highly recommend Mr. Cranmer as an attorney. He's also dangerously good looking, but that's neither here nor there.

Scott Ogden

Family Attorney