Jerold Edward Knoll, Jr.




Eddie Knoll, Jr. is one of the premier personal injury and automobile accident attorneys in Louisiana. He has successfully represented thousands of injured clients in claims against insurance companies and corporations. He and his dedicated staff work diligently to ensure that all clients obtain the maximum amount of compensation for their injuries.

Eddie is a member of “Who’s Who” in the American Registry of Outstanding Professionals and served as the Avoyelles Parish Bar Association President in 2011. He is a member of the American Bar Association, the Louisiana State Bar Association, the Avoyelles Parish Bar Association, and the Louisiana and American Associations for Justice. He is admitted to practice in all Louisiana state courts, as well as the United States District Courts for the Western and Middle Districts of Louisiana and the United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeal.

Eddie is a native of Marksville and is the second son of Eddie (Sr.) and Justice Jeannette Theriot Knoll, Retired Louisiana Supreme Court Justice. He graduated from Marksville High School in 1993 where he played baseball and football. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Loyola University School of Law in New Orleans in 2000, where he had the opportunity to study foreign legal systems at the University of Vienna, Austria, School of Law. After law school, Eddie joined The Knoll Law Firm and is now its Managing Partner.

Eddie is married to Lauri Sanders Knoll and they have three children, Trey, Lawson and Jeanne Elyse. Eddie is an avid hunter, angler and sports enthusiast. His oldest son, Trey, is following the family tradition of law, as he is currently enrolled in Loyola Law School in New Orleans. He also enjoys aviation.


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