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R. Scott Ramsey, Jr.

Mr. Ramsey was born in New Orleans, Louisiana. He was raised in Houma, Louisiana, and has practiced law in the Morgan City, St. Mary, Louisiana, area for the past 40 years. He is married with three children and three grandchildren.

His primary areasof practice involve personal injury litigation (maritime, auto and onshore and offshore oilfield-related injuries),auto accident injuries, disability law including Social Security hearings and appeals , conflicts between workers and employers, successions, estates and wills. Mr. Ramsey has chosen to represent a few small businesses in business-related litigation. He has extensive trial experience.

Mr. Ramsey is a 1974 graduate of Loyola Law School in New Orleans where he received several academic awards and had the distinction of scoring one of the highest grades ever recorded there on a law school exam: a 135 out of a possible 100 with no bonus points. Mr. Ramsey is a past president of the St. Mary Parish Bar Association, a past legal advisor to the Nicholls State University Alumni Association and formerly served as an elected member of the St. Mary Parish Council (i.e. county commissioners). He is licensed to practice before all Louisiana State Courts, Federal District Courts for the Eastern, Western and Middle Districts of Louisiana, the 5th and 11th Federal Circuit Courts of Appeal, the United States Supreme Court and the Chitimacha Tribal Court. He also practices before various Social Security, Longshore & Harbor Workers, and US Department of Labor proceedings.

Mr. Ramsey has served as a member and officer on various political, civic and charitable organizations. Mr. Ramsey is a Fellow of the Louisiana Bar Foundation and former member of the Board of Governors of the Louisiana Association for Justice. His non-professional interests include hunting, fishing, and traveling.

S. Patrick Skiles

Mr. Skiles graduated in 1996 from Florida State University with a bachelor of science, cum laude, with a focus in political science. He graduated from Louisiana State University Law School with a Juris Doctor in 1999. His primary areas of practice involve personal injury litigation, auto accident injuries, admiralty and maritime law, Jones Act and Seaman claims, workers’ compensation, including longshore and harbor workers’ claims and and disability law. Mr. Skiles also handles business-related litigation, successions and wills.

He was raised in Berwick, Louisiana, and is a graduate of Berwick High School. He is married and has three children. Mr. Skiles currently lives in Patterson, Louisiana, where he is involved in recreational sports and youth activities.

Mr. Skiles is Vice-President of the St. Mary Parish Bar Association and a member of the LA State Bar Association. He is admitted to practice in the State of Louisiana (all courts) and federal court (Western, Eastern, Middle districts and U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals).

Nicole Dufrene Streva

Mrs. Streva was born and raised in Houma, Louisiana. She graduated from H.L. Bourgeois High School and received her Bachelor of Science degree from Nicholls State University. Mrs. Streva graduated from Paul M. Hebert School of Law (LSU Law School) with a Juris Doctor and a Bachelor of Civil Law degree in 2006.

Mrs. Streva’s primary areas of practice include domestic work including divorces, child custody, and child support. Mrs. Streva also handles personal injury and criminal defense matters.

Mrs. Streva is married and has one child. Her primary non-professional interests include spending time with her family, traveling, and relaxing at home on the bayou.

Lloyd T. Bourgeois, Jr. (Tommy)

Mr. Bourgeois was born in Morgan City and grew up in Patterson, Louisiana, where he graduated from Patterson High School in 1986. He graduated from the University of Louisiana Lafayette in 1990. Tommy then worked in the oilfield service industry for three years in the Morgan City area, before attending law school and graduating from Southern University Law Center in 1997.

Tommy has practiced in multiple parishes across Louisiana, in the areas of insurance litigation, property and casualty law, real estate, domestic cases, probate and others, over the last 17 years. He spent his first year as a lawyer, in 1997, as a law clerk in the 17th Judicial District Court for the Parish of Lafourche. His current primary practice areas include Social Security claims, personal injury claims, wills/successions and other matters involving civil litigation.

Tommy’s outside interests include fishing, hunting, cooking and golfing. However, he spends the bulk of his extra time with his two children’s activities and devotes much of that time and energy coaching and officiating youth sports. Tommy is a member of the St. Mary, Lafourche and Louisiana State Bar Associations. He is a member of the Knights of Columbus in Patterson, Louisiana.