Simmons, Morris & Carroll LLC Sponsors Little League Team

The Shreveport personal injury attorneys at Morris, Dewett & Savoie, LLC are proud to announce that we have decided to sponsor a little league team in Benton, LA. Lauren Landers, one of our very own paralegals, is the coach of the Wildcats T-ball team. They are involved in the Benton Dixie League, and many of the children are first-year players. As our firm's contribution to the team, we have decided to purchase their uniforms and regularly cheer them on during their games. We believe that giving back to our community is of the highest priority, so we couldn't be happier that we have had the opportunity to sponsor the Wildcats this season.

If you are interested in learning more about our firm's involvement in the community, we encourage you get in touch with one of our Shreveport personal injury lawyers today. Aside from making charitable donations, we are actively involved in making a difference in our clients' lives—whether they have been injured in a serious car accident or they have suffered through the wrongful death of a loved one. For this reason, you can rest assured that your future is in competent hands when you trust in Simmons, Morris & Carroll LLC to represent your personal injury claim.

Not only do we possess more than 70 years of combined legal experience, but we have even been recognized by several different prestigious organizations—including the Million Dollar Advocates Forum® and Martindale-Hubbell®. For this reason, we encourage you to get in touch with the firm today by calling our office at (888) 492-5532. We are available for evening and weekend appointments, in addition to regular work hours, so there is no reason why you should wait any longer to retain the professional help that you deserve. We look forward to hearing from you soon!

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