The Deacon Law Firm, located in Fayetteville, Arkansas, handles diverse federal and state civil litigation throughout the State of Arkansas, as well as in southern Missouri. The firm focuses particularly on transportation liability, insurance defense, and personal injury.
The firm is relatively new, but the attorneys have many years of litigation experience. The lawyers take pride in their exceptional advocacy and focus on providing outstanding personal client service. Clients always work directly with the attorneys and are not handed off to inexperienced associates.
The attorneys at Deacon Law Firm understand that a trial is not always the best result in litigation. Their approach includes leveraging the threat of a trial and preparing for trial, while pursuing available avenues for reaching a settlement in the case.
The firm’s transportation experience includes defending motor carriers, truck drivers, shippers, and freight brokers in catastrophic injury cases and representing rail carriers in grade crossing cases, FELA, and other matters. The attorneys also litigate insurance coverage disputes, as well as premises and general liability cases.
Attorney Barrett Deacon is listed in Best Lawyers in America in Transportation Law and holds an AV rating from Martindale-Hubbell. He is a frequent speaker on subjects related to his practice, including trial tactics and litigation and current developments in tort and transportation law.
The new website for the Deacon Law Firm provides high visual impact through full color photographs of the industries served by the firm as well as the local area. The design is contemporary but classic and provides a wealth of information about the firm, the attorneys, and the firm’s practice. A page of Representative Work that includes case successes, as well as a list of current and past clients.
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Located in Fayetteville, Arkansas, the Deacon Law Firm assists clients with matters in state and federal courts throughout the State of Arkansas and in southern Missouri.