2019 Top Attorneys: Kyle Robinson
“Most of our clients come from previous client referrals, and we are very proud of that,” said Kyle M. Robinson. As owner of a private injury practice, Robinson has established a reputation as being one of the area’s premier personal injury attorneys. His motivation, work ethic, and creativity have allowed his personal injury practice to expand to cases throughout the entire state of Louisiana.
Robinson is a Northwest Louisiana native, growing up Springhill, LA and now residing in Bossier City. He is forever a Lumberjack, having graduated from Springhill High School in 1998. Robinson is also a proud alumnus of LSU in Baton Rouge where he received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Marketing in 2002. In 2005, he received a Juris Doctorate from Mississippi College School of Law in Jackson, MS.
In 2006, Robinson started his legal career as in-house counsel for a commercial insurance company. There, he gained invaluable exposure and insight into the insurance industry, specifically the day-to-day operations of the claims handling process. “I was exposed to every aspect of the business, from underwriting to complex injury litigation,” Robinson said. “When an attorney is able to understand why an opposing party is taking a certain position on an issue, there is a better chance of finding a creative way to resolve that issue.”
Robinson’s experience has provided the unique skills and perspective he has employed daily since he moved into private personal injury practice in 2007.
While the practice of law is a great honor for Kyle, his greatest joy is spending time hunting, fishing, and golfing with his sons Jett, 10, and Cruz, 7. His children have given him a new perspective on how the family dynamic affects those seriously injured by the carelessness, and often recklessness, of others. “It breaks my heart when I hear stories from my clients about how catastrophic injuries have affected their interaction with family members and specifically, their children,” Kyle said. “I try my best to make it my personal mission to help mend those relationships through every recovery allowed by law.”