Vincent “Trey” Glorioso, III

Vincent “Trey” Glorioso, III

Professional Activities:

  • Association of Trial Lawyers of America, New Lawyers Division, Board of Governors, 2001-2002
  • Founder and Past President, Justinian Law Society, Loyola Law School (a local chapter of the National Italian American Bar Association)
  • Recognized by the Association of Trial Lawyers of America’s National College of Advocacy as an Advocate
  • American Association for Justice (formerly the Association of Trial Lawyers of America)
  • Louisiana Trial Lawyers Association (now known as Louisiana Attorneys for Justice)
  • Recognized as a leader in the Italian-American legal community at a speech given by United States Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia
  • Louisiana State Bar Association and American Bar Association

Experience & Credentials

  • Office Phone: 504-569-9999
  • Areas of Practice:
    • Civil Litigation, Jury Trials
    • Personal Injury
    • Wrongful Death
    • Automobile Collisions
    • Premises Liability
    • Slip and Falls
    • Mass Tort Litigation
    • Bus Accidents
    • Trucking Accidents
    • Construction Accidents
    • Sexual Battery/Molestation
    • Assault/Battery
    • Boating Accidents
    • Defective Highway
    • Dog Bite Injuries
    • Maritime Admiralty
    • Burn Injuries
    • Trip and Falls
    • Traumatic Brain Injuries
    • Sports/Entertainment Law
  • Education:
    • Loyola University School of Law New Orleans LA Juris Doctor 2000
    • University of New Orleans, New Orleans, LA, Bachelor of General Studies, 1996
    • St. Paul’s School, Covington, LA, Class of 1992
  • Admitted to the Bar: 2000, Louisiana
  • Admitted to Practice: All Louisiana State Courts; Louisiana Supreme Court; Louisiana District Courts; Federal District Courts - Eastern District, Middle District, Western District; United States 5th Circuit Court of Appeals

Biography of Vincent “Trey” Glorioso, III:

Vincent J. Glorioso, III, also known as Trey by most, was born in New Orleans, Louisiana and has lived most of his life in New Orleans.  He is a proud graduate of Saint Paul’s High School in Covington, LA where he won two state tennis championships and was the number one singles and doubles player for four straight years.  Following graduation, Trey went to Millsaps College in Jackson, MS where he studied psychology. Trey continued to play tennis and was a member of the tennis team playing number one singles and doubles in his sophomore year.  In 1994, Trey transferred to the University of New Orleans (UNO) to complete his undergraduate studies earning a bachelor’s degree from the UNO in 1996.  Following graduation, Trey entered the Loyola University School of Law in New Orleans where he was a member of the schools National Trial Advocacy Team.  He was also the founder and President of the Justinian Law Society at Loyola Law School, a local chapter of the National Italian American Bar Association.  During his law school tenure, Trey worked full-time as a law clerk for The Glorioso Law Firm during the day and attended class at night.  He was also a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Roland Belsome in the Civil District Court of Orleans while in law school.  In May 2000, Trey graduated with a juris doctor and was licensed in October 2000.

Because Trey had so much practical experience, having clerked through some of his undergraduate college years and all law school years, he was able to hit the ground running upon passing the bar exam. He successfully handled over 25 personal injury cases in his first year of practice. His first jury trial as lead attorney came eight months into his professional career, a trial that resulted in a successful jury verdict.  Since then, Trey has handled and successfully resolved as lead attorney, over 200 personal injury cases with a total value over ten million dollars.  He has also been involved and handled class action and mass tort cases including a recent Wal-Mart class action settlement, in which Trey was class counsel on behalf of Louisiana class members, involving more than 30 states and an approved settlement between 65 to 85 million dollars.

Trey has also represented professional athletes in matters ranging from criminal, civil, contract and sports management issues.  He is proud to have represented Ricky Williams (NFL running back, New Orleans Saints and Miami Dolphins), Jon Heidenreich (former NFL offensive lineman, professional wrestler and WWE tag team champion) and Tiffany Junot (Professional Boxer, WBC World Champion and former multi time golden gloves champion)

Significant Results Obtained As Lead Trial Attorney:

  • Unsafe premises, Man suffers leg amputation $2,000,000
  • Wrongful Death, construction accident $750,000
  • Unsafe premises, slip and fall $400,000
  • Unsafe premises, slip and fall  $350,000
  • Wrongful death case, auto accident $300,000
  • Motor coach accident, passenger injured $285,000
  • Maritime Injury  $250,000
  • Auto accident, cervical injuries $175,000
  • Trucking collision, head injuries $175,000
  • Auto accident, neck injury JURY VERDICT $125,000
  • Trucking collision, head injuries  $120,000
  • Trip and Fall   $112,500
  • Vessel accident  $75,000
  • Auto accident  $55,000
  • Auto accident  $50,000
  • Pedestrian/Auto accident $50,000
  • Sexual Battery  $50,000
  • Slip and Fall  $45,000
  • Motorcycle accident $45,000