Most of our clients come from previous client referrals, and we are very proud of that,” said Kyle Robinson. As owner of a private practice, Kyle Robinson has established a reputation as being one of the area’s premier personal injury firms. In January 2011, Robinson added partner Craig Williams to his practice, forming Robinson & Williams, LLC. Williams, a Bossier City Native, graduated from Loyola University New Orleans School of Law in 2000. He is licensed to practice law in both Louisiana and Texas. Paired with Robinson’s stellar reputation, Williams’ extensive litigation experience enabled the firm to provide justice for victims of the careless, reckless, and negligent actions of others.
Robinson is a northwest Louisiana native who grew up in Springhill and now resides in Bossier City with his wife and two sons. He is a proud alumnus of Louisiana State University, where he received a Bachelor’s of Science degree in 2002. In 2005, he received a Juris Doctorate degree from Mississippi College School of Law in Jackson. In 2006, Robinson and Williams met while working as attorneys for Deep South Insurance Company, a commercial insurer. At Deep South, they gained invaluable exposure and insight into the insurance industry, specifically the dayto- day operations of the claims handling process. “We were exposed to every aspect of the business, from underwriting to complex injury litigation,” Robinson and Williams stated. “When an attorney is able to understand why an opposing party is taking a certain position on an issue, there is a better chance of finding a creative way to resolve that issue.” Robinson and Williams’ experiences have provided the unique skills and perspective they employ daily in their personal injury practice.
Robinson and Williams are certainly passionate about their work and their mission. Robinson stated, “It is our dream that one day citizens will be treated promptly and fairly by insurance companies who boast of their huge profits on Wall Street. If that day ever comes, we will gladly seek another way to make a living. But until then, we will continue to fight for justice and the rights of citizens by providing our clients with a level playing field in a court of law.”