When people aren’t in a position to help themselves –

that’s when The Law Office of Allen Cooper, LLC steps in to provide the HELP they need.

Allen Cooper of Shreveport, graduated from Caddo Magnet High School in 1984and later attended LSUS, where he was named the Outstanding Student in his major. After graduating from college with honors, he attended law school at LSU Law Center in Baton Rouge. In law school, Allen received the AmJur Award in Insurance for receiving the highest grade in insurance law. He was also named to the Chancellor’s List. Allen is now in his 31st year of practicing law. He was recently given the highest peer review, category rating awarded by Martindale Hubbell, a legal information service organization founded in 1868.

Throughout his 31 years of practicing law, Allen has made it his mission to help people who are injured or disabled. He helps people injured in motor vehicle collisions, people injured due to falls, people injured by falling merchandise, and people injured in on-the-job accidents. He also helps those people that are disabled and seek Social Security Disability benefits. Allen practices primarily in the areas of Workers’ Compensation, Motor Vehicle Accidents, Personal Injury, Medical Malpractice and Social Security Disability.

When not busy at the office, Allen loves spending time with his family. He is married to Kim Leone Campbell Cooper. Together they have five children, Hayley, Zack, Tyler, Chance and Kaylee. They also have an Australian Shepherd named Ace and a Yorkie Poo named Obi.

Chris Miciotto has been named one of the top lawyers by SB Magazine in multiple years, practicing in the areas of auto and truck accidents, workers’ compensation (on-the-job injuries), criminal defense, and Social Security Disability. He was born and raised in Shreveport, where he attended high school at Loyola College Prep. Chris received his Bachelor’s degree from the University of Louisiana-Monroe (1993) and his law degree from Oklahoma City University (1997).

Chris strongly believes in giving back to the community. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the Louisiana Association on Compulsive Gambling and has worked closely with the Louisiana Attorney General’s Office to provide assistance to those in the legal community suffering with addiction. Chris also serves as a mentor to individuals battling drug, alcohol, gambling, and other addictions.

Chris, who lives in Blanchard with his wife Christie, enjoys helping his clients through a difficult time. “Our clients come to us because they need help, whether it’s a car wreck, an on-the-job accident, or other cases,” says Chris. “It’s an honor to represent our clients, many of whom have just suffered through one of the most traumatic experiences of their lives,” added Chris. “It’s a great feeling to receive a hug and a ‘thank you’ from a client after helping them reach a resolution to their case. It makes working all of those long hours and weekends worthwhile.”