Arkansas Injury Attorney
A lifelong Arkansan, Andrew Winters was born and raised in Little Rock. After attending Central High School, Winters studied history at nearby Hendrix College, where he thoroughly enjoyed his time as a resident and ultimately president of Martin Hall.
Following graduation from Hendrix, Winters pursued his interests in the law as an administrative staff member of the Pulaski County Prosecuting Attorney’s office for several years. His time in the Prosecutor’s Office solidified his desire to pursue further legal education, leading him to enroll in the William H. Bowen School of Law in Little Rock. Law school provided Winters exposure to a variety of areas of the law, including clerkships at both private and public law offices as well as the legal department of Windstream Communication, a Fortune 500 company.
After graduating from law school, Winters initially practiced general law at the Fonticiella Law Firm before becoming a privacy attorney with the Arkansas Department of Human Services. He began his journey into personal injury law with the Bryce Brewer Law Firm. Right away Winters recognized that fighting for the rights of the injured was a noble calling that he would be proud to claim.
The team mentality at Rainwater, Holt and Sexton is particularly appealing to Winters. He is inspired by the firm’s united, tireless devotion to clients. “From day one, I knew that I was not merely an individual attorney at a generic law office. Rather, I was a member of the Rainwater, Holt & Sexton family, a family that includes members of the firm but most importantly the clients we serve. I am proud to call himself a part of that family,” said Winters.
When Winters is not practicing law, he spends most of his free time with his brothers on the rugby pitch captaining the Little Rock Stormers men’s team. He feels incredibly honored and fortunate to represent his hometown in this capacity, and he is dedicated to growing the Little Rock Rugby Club and the sport of rugby as a whole for the benefit of the community.