Ryan  Gatti  and his  staff  are dedicated to  personal service  for their clients. Ryan has handled  hundreds of cases and has collected millions of dollars for clients who are  seriously injured. Ryan has practiced for  over 22 years in Northwest Louisiana and  has served as a Workers’ Compensation  Judge and a State Senator. He has a  unique perspective in representing his  clients. The office is conveniently located  at the corner of Benton Road and Shed  Road in Bossier City with plenty of free  parking. 

Ryan focuses on severe personal  injury claims, including traumatic  brain injury and spine injury cases,  wrongful death, and work accidents.  Ryan represents clients in family law,  workers’ compensation cases, and other  civil matters. 

As a father to a spastic quadriplegic  daughter – a victim of an avoidable  medical mistake during her birth –  Gatti understands life before and after  a brain injury. Ryan has successfully  handled 100’s of Personal Injury and  Worker’s Compensation cases. In fact,  from October 2007-November 2009,  Ryan was appointed to serve a seven parish area as a Judge for the Office of  Workers’ Compensation. On the bench,  he presided over hundreds of trials and  hearings. This experience benefits his  clients with the highest standard of legal  representation. During his service as a  Workers’ Compensation Judge, Ryan  also completed training at the National  Judicial College in Reno, Nevada. Ryan served as a State Senator for Bossier, Webster, Claiborne, and Bienville from 2016-2020. His election  fell on the same day as a family mission  trip to Haiti, so Ryan was elected while  he was away. Ryan was active in the  

Senate, passing 22 pieces of legislation.  This legislative experience, from  drafting to final passage, benefits his  clients with a unique perspective of the  legal system. 

Ryan is a graduate of Airline High School (1992) where he was  valedictorian, Student of the Year, and  Football Team Captain. At LSU in Baton  Rouge, he received his undergraduate  degree in history, with a minor in  political science. He also received  Sophomore Honors Distinction and  graduated in two years and nine months.  Ryan served as President and Vice  President of Kappa Sigma Fraternity at  LSU and was inducted into the LSU Law  Center Hall of Fame for his service as  Student Bar President. Ryan is an LSU  Law School graduate. 

Ryan served as a deacon and teacher  in his church and as a volunteer coach  for Dixie League Softball and Upward  Sports. He enjoys going on mission trips  and has visited El Salvador, Haiti, and  Mexico. Ryan and his wife, Dr. Susan  Gatti, teach High School Seniors at  Cypress Baptist Church. They have four  daughters: Katherine who is a recent  graduate of TCU’s Fellows Program in  Business and Marketing; Elizabeth who  is a sophomore at Vanderbilt University  studying Biomedical Engineering, and  Charlotte, a middle schooler, who enjoys  volleyball. Rebecca, the Gatti’s third  daughter, passed away in 2017 after a  10-year battle with an avoidable birth  injury. Rebecca’s story is chronicled at  www.gattigirls.blogspot.com. 

In their spare time, Ryan and Susan  enjoy hosting and volunteering for Men of  Courage, Women of Courage, and Students  of Courage. These local ministries gather  once a month and strive to meet the needs  of our local communities. 

In February 2022, Gordon Mosley  joined the firm. Gordon Mosley is an  attorney who focuses on personal injury,  family, and criminal law. Gordon grew  up in the Shreveport/Bossier area,  and he clerked for the 26th Judicial  District Court Judges’ Office after his  completion of Tulane Law School. He  then served as the City Prosecutor  of Bossier City for four years before  entering into private practice. He has  also served as the President of the  Bossier City Rotary Club and President  of the Young Lawyers’ Section of the  Shreveport Bar Association.  

 Jennifer is a Bossier City resident,  where she lives with her husband,  Tom, and their two children. Jennifer  is a 2004 graduate of Louisiana Tech  University, where she earned her  Bachelor of Arts in Political Science  with a minor in English. Thereafter, she  continued her education at Mississippi  College School of Law where she  earned a dual Master of Business  Administration and Juris Doctorate  in 2009. She has spent the last 12 years  representing both debtors and creditors  in the United States Bankruptcy Court.  She now primarily focuses on personal  injury and family law matters. 

Jennifer is an active member of  Cypress Baptist Church, a Life member  of the Junior Auxiliary of Ruston, and  a longtime member of Harry V. Booth  Judge Henry A. Politz American Inn of  Court. During her career, Jennifer has  routinely been named Top Attorney  by SB Magazine and Super Lawyer by  Thompson Reuters and was honored  as one of Shreveport Bossier City’s 40  Under Forty in 2020. 



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