Workers Comp • Personal Injury • Social Security Disability

Sometimes people aren’t in a position to help themselves – that’s when The Law Office of Allen Cooper, LLC steps in.

Allen Cooper of Shreveport, graduated from Caddo Magnet High School in 1984 and later attended LSUS, where he received an award for the outstanding student in his field of study. After graduating from college with honors, he went on to attend law school at LSU, where he received his law degree in 1991. He received an award in law school for the highest grade in insurance law and was on the Chancellor’s list.

Throughout his 27-year career, Allen has seen firsthand the struggles that his friends and neighbors go through on a daily basis and he has made it his mission to defend and protect men and women against giant corporations.

Allen practices primarily in the areas of worker’s compensation, personal injury, medical malpractice and social security disability.

When not busy at the office, Allen enjoys spending time with his wife, Kim, and their five children, Hayley, Zack, Tyler, Chance and Kaylee, as well as their Australian Shepherd, Ace.

Chris Miciotto was born and raised in Shreveport. He attended high school at Loyola College Prep and graduated from the University of Louisiana at Monroe, where he also served as a student assistant coach and recruiter for the men’s basketball team. Chris received his law degree from Oklahoma City University in 1997 and returned home to Shreveport to practice law. 

He practices in the areas of car accident/injury law, criminal law, worker’s compensation, divorce and custody, medical malpractice and social security disability.

In 2014, Chris joined The Law Office of Allen Cooper and brought his years of experience handling all types of cases to the firm. He is married to Christie Miciotto and has one daughter, Isabella Miciotto, two stepchildren, Keith McMellon and Amber McMellon, and two grandchildren, Kenzie and Amilya.

Pamela King moved to Louisiana in 2002 after spending the majority of her life in Alaska. She became a notary public in 2008 and obtained a bachelor’s degree from Louisiana Tech in 2012, where her focus was on business administration. She also holds an individual producer insurance license for life, health, accident and title.

Pamela then conducted her post-graduate studies at Southern University Law Center in Baton Rouge, during which time she held the position of vice-president of the Tax Law Society. She also served as the law center’s site coordinator for the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program and volunteered at the Baton Rouge Family Court Self Help Resource Center. In addition, she completed an internship program with the Shreveport Bar Association’s Pro Bono Project. Pamela graduated with her juris doctorate in 2017 and was admitted to the Louisiana bar in 2018.

Pamela was also a contract attorney for the Shreveport Bar Foundation’s Legal Representation for Victims of Domestic Violence, where she represented those seeking protective orders. She received an Appreciation Award from the Shreveport Bar Foundation Pro Bono Project for her volunteer work in 2018. Pamela joined The Law Office of Allen Cooper, LLC in 2019.