Licensed as a Registered Nurse since 1986 and a licensed Arkansas Attorney since... more
Licensed as a Registered Nurse since 1986 and a licensed Arkansas Attorney since 2004. Focus of practice is personal injury, medical malpractice and social security disability. Instructor for the Arkansas Professional Bailbondsmen since 2004. Previously licensed as a bondsman for 14 years.
Arkansas Attorney Chase Mangiapane provides legal representation in the areas of... more
Arkansas Attorney Chase Mangiapane provides legal representation in the areas of criminal defense and immigration law. He is dedicated to provided Arkansans excellent legal service for a reasonable price. Honesty, frequent communications with his clients, and aggresive representation allow Chase to rise above the competition.
BRIAN WAYNE RAY:born September 29, 1966; admitted to bar, 2000, Arkansas, U.S.... more
BRIAN WAYNE RAY:born September 29, 1966; admitted to bar, 2000, Arkansas, U.S. District Court, Eastern and Western Districts of Arkansas; U.S. Court of Appeals, Eighth Circuit; 2002. Education:Henderson State University (B.A., summa cum laude, 1997); University of Arkansas at Little Rock School of Law, (J.D., 2000). Recipient, American Jurisprudence Award in Civil Procedure, Continuing Legal E... view profile
I primarily practice in Plaintiff's litigation in personal injury and other types of... more
I primarily practice in Plaintiff's litigation in personal injury and other types of insurance cases. However, I have also successfully represented clients in real estate, criminal defense, family law, debtor defense, and many other legal matters.
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