Monique M. Weiner

Monique M. Weiner

Monique is a Founding Partner of Kuchler Polk Weiner, LLC. and is also the managing partner of the firm. She has tried diverse bench and jury trials to verdict. Her litigation specialties are toxic tort and environmental contamination, product liability, employment discrimination, Jones Act and FELA personal injury.

  • Trying to defense verdict in Mississippi two separate cases involving multiple myeloma and pediatric liver cancer wrongful death allegedly arising from chemical plant emissions, including dioxin and heavy metals
  • Trying to judgment a wrongful death claim for a seaman’s acute myelogenous leukemia as a result of alleged benzene exposure
  • Obtaining a defense judgment after a bench trial involving class action claims arising from a plant release in which liability was stipulated, but not causation and damages
  • Successfully recovering property damage and loss of natural gas reserves after a month-long bench trial as a result of an explosion of a natural gas production platform for the plaintiff platform owners and natural gas leaseholders
  • Defending a railroad from wrongful death and personal injury claims during jury trials in both federal and state court in Louisiana
  • Obtaining favorable results for plaintiffs in jury trials in federal court in New Orleans against a national insurance company and BankOne
  • Defending the interests of a prominent publication in a construction-related trial in Mississippi

  • Selected by a major U.S. automotive manufacturer as trial counsel in an asbestos/pleural mesothelioma case pending in Delaware
  • Selected by the same U.S. automotive manufacturer as trial counsel in a benzene/acute myelogenous leukemia case pending in Dallas, Texas
  • Manages a docket of benzene exposure cases for a major U.S. oil company
  • Defends management against discrimination complaints filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) and resulting lawsuits
  • Defends numerous lawsuits arising from a release at a natural gas pipeline compressor station
  • Defends property contamination claims in Mississippi arising from petroleum products



Monique graduated from the Paul M. Hebert School of Law at Louisiana State University in 1994. She received her undergraduate degree in Political Science from Baylor University in Waco, Texas in 1991, after only three years of college enrollment. She is admitted to the state bars in Louisiana and Texas.

Monique is a native of Covington, Louisiana, where she currently resides. She is a member of the St. Scholastica Academy Board of Advisors, where she attended high school and where her daughter is now a student. She and her husband, Michael, have two children, Alex and Kaitlyn. She is an avid runner and believes personal records are important in all aspects of life!