Joe is an Arkansas native and lives in central Arkansas with his wife, Kelli, and son, Hays. Joe has a thriving personal injury practice and loves representing injured Arkansans against big corporations and the government alike. Joe takes pride in standing with the little guy.
You’d be hard pressed to find a trial lawyer with more courtroom experience than Joe. He’s in court every week fighting for his clients.
Whether you’ve just been involved in a car or eighteen-wheeler wreck, a loved one has just died unexpectedly due to someone else’s carelessness, you or a loved one has been harmed by a defective product, or you’re no longer able to work because of a disability, Joe is here to help.
“I understand how sad and distressing it can be when you or a loved one has been injured or killed through no fault of your own. There are a lot of questions in those times like, how will we ever recover from this? I take a lot of pride in helping people through these major life events and making sure that people are made whole.”
Joe has represented numerous clients through both settlement, administrative hearings and before a jury and loves trying cases.
During his career, Justin has been helping the people of Arkansas go up against some of the largest corporations in the world. Justin is passionate about helping those in need. It’s what drove him to be a trial lawyer and is a big reason he has had so much success and representing injured people and their families.
Justin graduated law school from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Justin set himself apart in law school by his service to the community and his ability to effectively present complex legal arguments in a simple way.
Ever since obtaining his law license, Justin has been involved in trial both big and small. Because of his litigation success, Justin has been recognized by Super Lawyers Magazine as a rising star, an award given to only 2.5% of lawyers practicing within the state. The National Trial Lawyers Association has also named Justin one of the Top 40 under 40 trial lawyers.
“When Justin is not in the courtroom or working hard on a case, you can find him with his wife, Heather, and three children, Grace, Shepard and Cecelia.”