Preston L. Hayes
Preston grew up in the River Parishes and graduated from Riverside Academy in Reserve, Louisiana in 1997. He obtained his undergraduate degree from Southeastern Louisiana University in 2002, where he was a three-year letterman in baseball. He earned his juris doctor degree from Loyola University – New Orleans in 2005, where he also competed as part of the Mock Trial Team.
In over a decade of practice, Preston has extensive litigation experience in various areas of the law, included all areas of construction litigation, business litigation, class and collective actions, and personal injury in both federal and state courts. Preston, along with his co-counsel, have been appointed as class counsel in numerous collective actions brought in federal court to vindicate workers’ rights under the Fair Labor Standards Act.
As a founding member of HMS, he applies his determination, aggressive attitude and desire to win in achieving favorable results for his clients from all walks of life.
Ryan P. Monsour
Mr. Monsour was born and raised in New Orleans. He obtained his undergraduate degree from Boston University with a Bachelor’s in Economics, he returned to New Orleans and attended Loyola University’s College of Law.
Barry W. Sartin, Jr.
Mr. Sartin was born in New Orleans and grew up in Metairie, Louisiana. He obtained his undergraduate degree from Louisiana State University. He then returned to Metairie and attended Loyola University’s College of Law in New Orleans.
Zachary R. Smith
Zachary R. Smith is a native of the Northshore having grown up in Waldheim, Louisiana. He obtained his undergraduate degree from Louisiana State University. He then attended Loyola Law School.