Thank you for considering hiring me as your lawyer. I know how important it is to have a strong personal and professional client-attorney relationship. A successful outcome in any litigation matter begins with trust. Learning more about me is the first step.
I was born on Long Island in New York, but I am not an East Coast lawyer. After high school, I had the wonderful opportunity to attend Louisiana State University (LSU) in Baton Rouge on a gymnastics scholarship, and our team earned second place in the national tournament in 1976. Following graduation, I attended law school at LSU, where I was the president of the Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity and a member of the second-place national F. Lee Bailey Moot Court Team.
During my college and law school years, I came to realize that central Louisiana is my home. I began my professional law career at Neblett, Beard & Arsenault in Alexandria in 1989, where I remained for 23 years before deciding to start my solo practice law firm. I am admitted to practice in all of the state and federal courts in Louisiana as well as the United States Court of Federal Claims and Supreme Court of the United States.
Donald Siegfried attended Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana on a gymnastics scholarship where he competed on the LSU gymnastic team. He also attended law school at LSU where he was president of the Phi Alpha Delta legal fraternity and a member of the Second Place National F. Lee Bailey Moot Court Team.
After graduation from LSU Law School, he was admitted to the Louisiana Bar in 1989 and practiced law with a large Law Firm for almost 23 years. In 2012 Donald decided to start his own firm to foster a closer relationship with his clients. He is admitted to practice in all of the State and Federal Courts in Louisiana as well as the Supreme Court of the United States where he provided help with filing for divorce in Louisiana.He is involved in litigation in all types of personal injury including motor vehicle, accidents, maritime, products liability, class action, nursing home abuse and medical malpractice. Additionally, he has spoken
Donald was the President of the Alexandria Bar Association, chairman of the Rapides Parish Civil Service Board, Board of Governors Louisiana Trial Lawyers Association, member of the Louisiana State Bar Association Liaison Committee and 2008-2009 President Crossroads-American Inns of Court. He is also a member of the Louisiana Association for Justice, Trial Lawyers of America, and past instructor at Northwestern State University.