Other Areas

Other Areas of Practice

Personal injury law allows you to receive compensation for your injuries caused by someone else’s carelessness, negligence, recklessness or intentional actions.Even if you were partially responsible for your injuries, you may still be entitled to compensation under state law. Our personal injury lawyers help you with: 

  • Car, truck or motorcycle accidents 
  • Semi accidents 
  • Boating accidents 
  • Airplane or bus accidents 
  • Elder abuse 
  • Nursing home abuse 
  • Premises liability 
  • and more


The federal government’s Social Security Disability (SSD) program pays benefits to people who cannot work due to a serious medical condition. The U.S. Social Security Administration imposes a number of requirements related to the applicant’s medical condition, work and education history. Because many claimants are wrongly denied benefits despite their disabling medical conditions, we devote a substantial percentage of our practice to helping these individuals, including:

  • SSD filings — Our Saline County attorneys evaluate your eligibility for the program and help you file your claim in accordance with the requirements of the Social Security Administration
  • Appeals— If the government does not initially approve your Social Security Disability claim, we can help you pursue several levels of appeals, from reconsideration of your claim to filing a lawsuit in federal court
  • Social Security FAQs— Social security laws are complex. Our attorneys fully answer your questions and explain all of your legal options in a language you can understand

If you or a family member has been denied Social Security Disability benefits, you often still have legal recourse. We can explain the process and walk you through it step-by-step.


Civil liberties laws guarantee equal opportunities and fair treatment in many areas of your life, including employment. We staunchly protect your freedoms, and have a personal commitment to protecting citizen’s rights including: 

  • Second Amendment rights — Federal and Arkansas gun laws are complex. Whether you are a firearms collector, hunter or target shooter — or you simply own a gun for personal protection — we can help preserve your rights to keep and bear arms 
  • Fourth Amendment rights — The U.S. Constitution places limits on law enforcement when it comes to investigating and prosecuting criminal activity. We protect victims of police misconduct, including false arrest, unlawful search and seizure, and police brutality 

We take your civil liberties very seriously, using our focused experience to fight for you. If you believe that someone has broken the law by trampling on your rights, it’s in your best interests to consult with our expert lawyers. Contact us today.

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