Our Practice

Members of the firm practice in all areas including:
  • - Insurance Defense Litigation
  • - Commercial General Liability
  • - Automobile and Trucking Liability
  • - Coverage Issues for Medical, Legal, Architect and Engineer Malpractice
  • - Workers' Compensation Defense
  • - Construction Law
  • - Products Liability Law
  • - Personal Injury Law
  • - Premises Liability Law
  • - Medical Malpractice & Healthcare Law
  • Lunn Irion Law Firm has an
    "AV" Rating
    with Martindale Hubbell

    Walter S. Salley

    Louisiana State University, J.D., 1990
    Southern Methodist University, B.S. (Finance), 1987

    Professional Associations:
    Shreveport Bar Association
    Louisiana Bar Association
    Defense Research Institute
    Workers’ Compensation Bar Section – OWC 1W (Shreveport)
    Beta Thea Phi Fraternity

    Bar Admissions:
    Louisiana State Bar, 1990
    Louisiana Second Circuit Court of Appeal

    Areas of Practice:
    Workers’ Compensation Insurance Defense and Third Party Claims
    Automobile and Trucking Liability
    General Civil Litigation

    Mr. Salley, is a native of Shreveport, Louisiana. He attended Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas from 1983 to 1987 and earned his undergraduate degree in Business Administration – Finance. While in undergraduate school, he served as an Intern for United States Senator J. Bennett Johnston in 1986. He then attended Louisiana State University’s Paul M. Herbert law Center in Baton rouge, Louisiana from 1987 to 1990. In 1990, he was admitted and licensed to practice law in the State of Louisiana by the Louisiana Supreme Court. He has spoken at many workers’ compensation seminars for several companies, including Lorman Business Center, National Business Institute, LSBA, General Motors corporation, and State Farm insurance Company. He joined the firm as an associate in 1990 and became a member of the firm in 1996. Mr. Salley and his wife, Kristi, were married in 1993 and have three children. He has been active outside the practice of law by volunteering his time to his church and serving as a volunteer “coach” from 1994 through the present date. Mr. Salley’s practice focuses on litigation matters primarily in the field of Louisiana Workers’ Compensation.