Potts Law Firm In Fayetteville
As one of the largest cities in Arkansas and the home of the University of Arkansas Razorbacks, the Potts Law Firm is proud to represent clients in a variety of disputes in Fayetteville. The Potts Law Firm’s Arkansas attorneys possess a strong background in commercial litigation and employment law. Further, attorneys at the Potts Law Firm possess strong backgrounds in litigating personal injury, disaster, and products liability claims. Whatever your need, the Potts Law Firm is ready, willing, and able to handle your case in Fayetteville.
As the home of the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville truly represents Arkansas’s future. The Potts Law Firm happily represents clients in Fayetteville to do what it can to impact, for the better, the future of this great state.
If you are unsure if you have a case, don’t hesitate to call us today for a free consultation. Our team of experienced attorneys are ready to review your claim and fight for you.
Just a short drive from Fayetteville, the Potts Law Firm routinely represents clients in Fayetteville and across Arkansas with attorneys based in the Potts Law Firm’s Little Rock, Arkansas office.
WHY WE CHOSE FAYETTEVILLE
Fayetteville plays a major role as one of the economic and cultural hubs of Arkansas. The Potts Law Firm is proud to represent its Fayetteville clients in a variety of disputes:
- Employment disputes involving Fayetteville employers;
- Commercial litigation disputes involving Fayetteville businesses;
- Property damage disputes for commercial and residential properties; and
- Personal injury and products liability claims on behalf of Fayetteville residents.
PRACTICE AREAS IN FAYETTEVILLEIT'S ALL ABOUT YOUR CASE
- Automobile Defects
- Commercial Law
- Construction Law
- Crime Survivor Cases
- Dangerous Drugs & Medical Devices
- Eminent Domain & Property Takings
- Dangerous Products
- Employment Law
- Energy Law
- Insurance Law
- Intellectual Property
- Personal Injury
- Professional Negligence
- Sexual Assault & Harassment
- Sports Law
- Toxic Torts