Brandon, originally from Lexington, Tennessee, has been a resident of Arkansas since... more
Brandon, originally from Lexington, Tennessee, has been a resident of Arkansas since 2003 when he moved to Little Rock to attend the UALR Bowen School of Law. Since obtaining his law license, Brandon has been actively involved in the legal community and has served in several capacities in local, state, and national legal organizations. Brandon represents clients in car and big truck accidents, ... view profile
I havepracticed law in Little Rock since August 1984. I had my first jury trial in... more
I havepracticed law in Little Rock since August 1984. I had my first jury trial in September, 1984. I havelitigated a wide variety of matters including business litigation, real estate issues, admiralty cases, bankruptcy issues, family law matters, personal injury claims, fire loss cases and white collar criminal cases. I have had at least one family member actively practicing law in Arkansas ... view profile
Raised in Northeast Arkansas on my family's rice, soybean, and wheat farm in... more
Raised in Northeast Arkansas on my family's rice, soybean, and wheat farm in Lawrence County. Hoxie High School graduate. My practice is dedicated to defending property owners' rights in eminent domain/condemnation suits and representing those injured by the negligent acts of others, helping them put the pieces of their life back together and making sure that they are financially secure going... view profile
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