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We have 30+ attorneys and 100+ staff members dedicated to helping you put your life back together after a serious accident.

An accident resulting in an injury can be devastating to you and your family. During this time, you need a law firm on your side with the experience and resources to tackle even the most complex injury case. With four offices in Arkansas – Little Rock, Fayetteville, Conway and Hot Springs – we are ready to fight for you, no matter where you live.

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Case Results

$1,215,000
Auto Accident Head Injuries & Broken Bones
$1,900,000
Motorcycle Accident Leg Amputation
$4,500,000
Auto Accident Wrongful Death
$3,750,000
Tractor Trailer Accident Severely Injured Motorcyclist
$3,250,000
Defective Product Injury Brain Injury Due to Defective Product
$1,300,000
Construction Worker Injury Severe Foot & Back Injury
$515,000
Wrongful Death Pedestrian Injury
$200,000
Medical Negligance Medication Error
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Rainwater, Holt & Sexton Injury Law Blog

What’s the Statute of Limitations for Arkansas Wrongful Death Claims?

When someone dies as a result of another person’s negligence, the family of the victim may seek compensation for damages against the party responsible for their loss. But, finding the evidence to build a strong case can take time, so victims’ families shouldn’t wait to file Arkansas wrongful death lawsuits. Arkansas Statute of Limitations Statute of… Read more »

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RHS Combating Opioid Epidemic in Arkansas

Arkansas’ counties and cities have joined together to file a first-of-its kind, unique opioid lawsuit.

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Pre-existing Conditions and Workers’ Comp

When an employee is injured at work, often the insurance company will deny the claim for a pre-existing condition and won’t pay for the medical treatment and weekly benefits.

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Arkansas is our home and we want to make sure our neighbors and friends are supported. Our experienced injury attorneys are here to advocate for you. Contact us for a free consultation today.

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