We want to partner with you.
The Rainwater, Holt & Sexton team has years of experience finding justice for injured victims, recovering millions in claims for our clients. Our skilled attorneys know the complexities of Arkansas and Tennessee law, and we have proven our effectiveness to clients and partners across the nation. Refer your client and get a free case evaluation today. We honor rule 1.5(e) fee sharing agreements. Call today (800) 434-4800 or complete the form.
Our Practice Areas
Auto Accident ~ Motorcycle Accident ~ Big Truck Accident ~ Wrongful Death ~ Social Security Disability ~ Nursing Home Abuse ~ Workers’ Compensation ~ Equipment Accident ~ Drug Injury ~ Defective Products
Let's Work Together!
Why Refer to Rainwater, Holt & Sexton?
Our team of over 30 attorneys and over 100 support staff brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to our partnerships. As the largest plaintiff firm in Arkansas we have the resources to work any case, large or small.
Robust Litigation Department
Our litigation team of seasoned attorneys currently has hundreds of cases in litigation. We have a proven record of going to trial, and winning.
Locally and Nationally Recognized
Our lawyers carry an AV Rating from Martindale-Hubbell, a 10.0 Rating from Avvo, and are listed as Best Lawyers and Super Lawyers. They’ve also won numerous local awards such as Best of the Best from the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Best of Biz and Arkansas Business of the Year finalist from Arkansas Business.
We get the results your client deserves.
Our experienced lawyers have won millions in compensation for our clients – and we’ve paid millions in referral fees as well.
We value your partnership.
We’re locally trusted and renowned in our practice areas, and we know co-counseling can bring a new strength to a client’s case. Let’s work together.
Whether you are searching for an attorney to co-counsel or you have a case for referral, Rainwater, Holt & Sexton is here to help.
Nationally respected. Locally trusted.
Rule 1.5(e), Arkansas Rules of Professional Conduct says: “A division of fee between lawyers who are not in the same firm may be made only if: (1) the division is in proportion to the services performed by each lawyer or, by written agreement with the client, each lawyer assumes joint responsibility for the representation; (2) the client is advised of and does not object to the participation of all the lawyers involved; and (3) the total fee is reasonable.