Robert "Scott" Ramsey, Jr. was born in New Orleans, La. He was raised in Houma, Louisiana, and has practiced law in the Morgan City, St. Mary, La. area for the past 45 years. He is married to Tammy Gaudet Ramsey and they have three children and three grandchildren.
Mr. Ramsey retired from the active practice of Law in 2018, but still works as a part-time consultant for the firm.
His primary areas of practice included personal injury litigation (maritime, auto and onshore and offshore oilfield-related 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 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.
He 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 and Federal Courts He also practices before various Social Security, Longshore & Harbor Workers, and US Department of Labor Courts.
Mr. Ramsey has served as a member and officer on various political, civic and charitable organizations. Mr. Ramsey was a Fellow of the Louisiana Bar Foundation and a past member of the Board of Governors of the Louisiana Association for Justice and Theta Xi Fraternity.
His non-professional interests include hunting, fishing, traveling and spending time with family and friends.