In response to the COVID-19 virus, our office locations are currently closed to visitors, but our law firm remains fully operational to serve our clients and accept new cases. Read More

Samaritan Ministries of Hot Springs

Samaritan Ministries of Hot Springs is providing more than just a shelter for homeless men in Hot Springs. They work to provide a sense of community and provide the life skills these men need to get back on their feet.  The ministry offers woodworking, painting, and education classes.  Besides working with the homeless, Samaritan Ministries works with the court system in Hot Springs to present an alternative option to incarceration. Since the ministry was started in 2002, Chuck and Jan Laggan have been able to help countless men in Garland County. They are not finished yet.  A new building is in the works that will furnish men with a bigger woodworking shop and seven one-bedroom transitional housing apartments. The continued work and future goals of Samaritan Ministries of Hot Springs are why they are the recipient of our Spirit of Arkansas Award.

Rainwater, Holt & Sexton are partnered with KATV Channel 7 to present the “Spirit of Arkansas Award.” The award is given to local charities doing exceptional work in the community. To be considered for the Spirit of Arkansas Award, a charity can apply here.

We're taking care of you.

Arkansas and Tennessee are our homes and we want to make sure our neighbors and friends are supported. With six offices locations - Little Rock, Fayetteville, Conway, Hot Springs, Bryant and Memphis —our personal injury lawyers are easily accessible when you need help.

Our experienced injury attorneys are here to advocate for you.

We help you Weather the Storm

Tell us how we can help.

Nationally respected. Locally trusted.

Contact our 24/7 injury lawyers.We don't get paid unless you do.

Were you injured in a motor vehicle accident?
Yes
No
Was the accident your fault?
Yes
No
When did the accident happen?
2021
2020
2019
2018
Earlier