|Arkansas - AR||18 years|
|Tennessee - TN||19 years|
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18 years, 3,000 cases
Richard has represented clients in the United States Supreme Court all the way down to local small claims court. His career has been focused on helping ordinary people stand up against big business, hospitals, creditors, insurance companies, drunk drivers, and strong-arm government regulations.
He started as a street lawyer in Memphis, Tennessee. He returned to his hometown in Arkansas in 2005 where he has worked for Taylor King Law ever since.
His practice is devoted exclusively to representing people who have been harmed get fair compensation for social security, uninsured, underinsured and wrongful death benefits. Richard has participated in over 30 jury trials to verdict and over 2,000 cases that were settled or mediated. Other attorneys, including defense counsel for insurance companies, often refer injury cases to Richard. He also speaks at continuing legal education courses for other lawyers.
Richard believes in his community and good government. That's why he served as Justice of the Peace for six years and ran for State Representative. He is a lifetime member of the Arkansas Game and Fish and elder at his church. Richard loves watching the Chicago Cubs and all things Razorback. His wife, Leslie, works for the Arkansas Court of Appeals and they have two daughters.