Hammonds, Sills, Adkins & Guice opens third Louisiana office in Bossier City

BATON ROUGE – Hammonds, Sills, Adkins & Guice LLP, a Louisiana regional law firm focusing its practice in education and insurance defense, is pleased to announce that it has opened its third and newest office in Bossier City.

The new office is located at 1000 Chinaberry Drive, Suite 701 Bossier City, and along with the office in Monroe will serve corporate clients in northwestern Louisiana.

“Our newest office in Bossier City comes after heightened demand for our services in the area,” said Kenneth F. Sills, Managing Partner of the firm. “Bossier City is one of the fastest growing areas in the state. We have an office in Monroe, and given our growing client base in North Louisiana, additional presence in Bossier City will allow the firm to better serve and more efficiently handle our case load for clients in the area.”

“It’s an exciting time for the firm. We are growing smartly, adding new attorneys and paraprofessionals, and steadily expanding our footprint throughout the state. I am proud to work with such a team of hardworking, compassionate lawyers with keen insights on the law and a fierce dedication to bringing the best possible outcomes for our clients’ cases,” Sills adds.

Lifelong Bossier City resident, William P. Self was hired to open the office. William practices in the areas of general legal defense, personal injury, insurance defense, employment law and public school law. He is a graduate of Louisiana State University, where he received a B.S. degree in Finance and a J.D. with honors from the Paul M. Herbert Law Center at LSU.

Prior to joining the firm, he served as a law clerk for Judge Robert P. “Bobby” Waddell and recently for Judge Erin Leigh Waddell-Garrett of the First Judicial District Court in Caddo Parish. He is a member of the Louisiana State Bar Association, the Shreveport Bar Association, and the Bossier Chamber of Commerce.

With offices in Baton Rouge, Monroe and Bossier City, Hammonds Sills Adkins & Guice LLP primarily represents 50-plus public school districts in Louisiana, local public entities, State agencies, as well as, numerous insurance companies and private clients throughout the state.