Pulaski County, Arkansas Medical Malpractice Lawyers
Lisa Douglas has been licensed as a Registered Nurse for over 2 decades. Focus of her law practice is injury and accident law, medical malpractice, social security disability, wrongful death and defective hip replacement cases. She has been voted as "Best Attorney" 4 consecutive years in the Stephens Media NLR Times Poll.
(501) 798-0004 2300 Main Street
North Little Rock, AR 72114
North Little Rock, AR 72114
Brad Hendricks has a family tradition of dedication to the law. His father was also an attorney in Little Rock, and a former circuit judge in Pulaski County. Brad has worked for many years as a trial attorney almost exclusively handling medical malpractice cases. His practice focuses on representing children with cerebral palsy or other birth injuries caused by obstetric or pediatric malpractice. Several of the cases he has settled or won at trial have been reported in a number of legal publications. In 1980, the State of Arkansas called upon Brad Hendricks to bring the prison system...
Tasha C. Taylor is a Partner at Taylor & Taylor Law Firm, P.A. Her practice focuses on appellate advocacy, collections litigation, personal injury claims, and business litigation. Tasha graduated summa cum laude from the University of Central Arkansas in 2002, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and a minor in Computer Information Systems. In 2005, Tasha graduated from the UALR William H. Bowen School of Law. While there, she was a member of the Moot Court Board, the UALR Law Review, and the Student Bar Association. After graduation, Tasha worked for two terms as a judicial law...
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Published "Shifting the Burden: Genuine Disputes and Employment Discrimination Standards of Proof," 35 Univ. Ark. Little Rock L. Rev. 113 (2012). Law Clerk to The Honorable D.P. Marshall Jr., 2009-2011: United States District Judge, Eastern District of Arkansas & Associate Judge, Arkansas Court of Appeals. Managing Editor, UALR Law Review, 2008-2009. Published Note, "Trust Me, I Do This All the Time: Comparative Provider Statistics and Informed Consent in Arkansas." UALR Moot Court Board, 2008-2009. Octofinalist, Prince Memorial Evidence Moot Court Competition, Brooklyn, New York. Extern to The Honorable Tom Glaze, Associate Justice, Arkansas Supreme Court, 2008.
Roger is known as a fierce trial attorney who is passionate about practicing personal injury law. During his career, he has recovered millions of dollars for his clients. But what he values is more than accomplishing a case. It’s the satisfaction he gets when he wins a settlement for a badly injured client. This motivates him to continue in his mission of advocacy and quest for justice. Roger is a leading advocate in the field of personal injury litigation, earning recognitions from Super Lawyers®, an AV Rating® by Martindale-Hubbell®, and more.
From an early age, Scott has made it his mission to help others during their time of need. He has a passion for the Constitution and for seeking justice. Choosing a career as a trial lawyer was easy for Scott, because it allows him to carry out his passion of helping others during their period of personal tragedies. Scott has dedicated his entire career to becoming an advocate for personal injury victims. He truly believes that the courtroom is where many meaningful battles can be won, including standing up to unscrupulous corporations and insurance companies.
In 2006, attorneys Don Elliott and Tim Smith founded the law firm of Elliott & Smith Law Firm in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Prior to that, they were partners at the law firm of Odom & Elliott, where they worked together on personal injury cases for many years. They have focused their careers on personal injury law, providing clients with exemplary legal representation in cases ranging from nursing home abuse to wrongful death. Today they are joined by attorney Leann P. Box, who in addition to being a personal injury lawyer, is also a registered nurse. Her in-depth knowledge of health care and...
ach graduated Valedictorian of his high school class and attended Arkansas State University in Jonesboro on an Academic and Rodeo Scholarship. Sach roped on the ASU Rodeo Team. Sach also served as Student Government President at Arkansas State University, where he received the Wilson Award for Outstanding Service. His undergraduate degree is in Agricultural Business with an emphasis on Economics. Sach graduated from the University of Arkansas School of Law. As a law student Sach won the coveted “Best Oral Advocate” award in the National Trial Competition sponsored by the American College of Trial Lawyers. Sach...