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A personal injury is not an isolated problem: It is a medical and financial crisis that can impact every facet of your life. Suddenly, due to the careless actions of another person, you are saddled with steep medical bills, car or truck repairs, scars and disfigurement, and you may not even be able to return to work. At Elliott & Smith Law Firm, we provide aggressive and intelligent legal counsel to people who have been hurt in personal injury accidents. With over five decades of combined legal experience, attorneys Don Elliott and Timothy Smith have the knowledge, skill and determination to fight for the full compensation clients deserve for the hardships associated with a serious personal injury or loss of a loved one.
Get to Know Our Firm
In 2006, attorneys Don Elliott and Tim Smith founded the 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 neglect to wrongful death.
In January of 2013, Retired Circuit Court Judge Kim M. Smith became a member of law firm in an Of Counsel position. Judge Smith served Washington County, Arkansas as a Circuit Court judge for 26 years prior to his retirement from the bench on December 31st, 2012. During his time on the bench, Judge Smith primarily handled civil cases, and his knowledge of the ins and outs of civil litigation is a huge asset to the firm. He will primarily focus on the following types of cases: Civil litigation, Criminal law, including felony and misdemeanor cases, DWI cases, and Expungement matters, and Breach of Contract and Condemnation claims.
Contact Our Law Office Today
If you have been injured in a car accident, truck accident or any other personal injury accident, we can help you seek the compensation for your injuries and property damage. Contact us today online or by phone at 479-JUSTICE (587-8423) to speak with an experienced Arkansas personal injury lawyer. We offer free initial consultations and bill on a contingency fee basis: You will only have to pay us if we win a settlement for you.
At Elliott & Smith Law Firm, we have over 100 years of combined experience in personal injury law, and an impressive track record of success. We are fully equipped to help you avoid any legal pitfalls and come out on the winning side of difficult situation.Jan 30
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