After working for Associate Justice Jeannette Theriot Knoll at the Louisiana Supreme Court, Rebecca Boyett began practicing law in Louisiana in 2000. She brought her passion for helping those injured in automobile accidents to Armour Law Firm. Her desire is to assist injured individuals in reaching their maximum medical improvement following an accident and obtaining the compensation that they deserve from insurance companies. She takes the time with each client to ensure that they understand the process and helps them navigate their new life with injuries. She also has the compassion and knowledge to assist those individuals making end of life decisions with will drafting, and families who have recently lost loved ones with successions.
Rebecca can be described a hard worker with a gifted legal mind who employs her talents for the best interests of her personal injury clients. Her attention to detail also serves her other clients well, whether they are seeking to draft a will or whether they lost a loved one and need to probate an estate. Her colleagues agree that Rebecca brings a well-rounded perspective and broad knowledge base to the firm, enabling her to assist in a breadth of cases for all types of clients.
Although she now resides in Alexandria, Rebecca grew up in Jena, Louisiana. She attended Louisiana College where she earned a degree in both Economics/Finance and Management/Marketing in 1996. In 1999, Rebecca graduated third in her law school class from Loyola University New Orleans, College of Law, where she was a member of the Loyola Law Review and served as a Casenote/Comment editor on Loyola Law Review Board.
When not serving her clients’ needs, Rebecca enjoys spending time with her three children, traveling and attending concerts.