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At the Deacon Law Firm, we combine deep legal roots with a firm focus on the future. Our impressive legal heritage, combined with historic verdicts and powerful negotiating skills, allow us to provide a level of service unmatched by other firms. We are a results-oriented law firm dedicated to providing our clients with smart solutions and effective representation.

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Our attorneys have experience representing parties on both sides of the courtroom. This unique background gives us an enhanced perspective that benefits the individuals, families, and businesses we represent.

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Our trial lawyers have an exceptional track record in litigation matters involving complex business disputes, personal injury, medical malpractice, wrongful death, vehicle and truck accidents, product liability, mass torts, agriculture, insurance, and other specialized areas of law. From straightforward conflicts to the most complicated, high-stakes cases, we deliver cost-effective results centered on our clients’ goals. We quickly identify key issues, create appropriate legal strategies, and apply our skills and expertise to attain the best results possible for our clients. Our legal team has a long track record of success and used this approach to recover the largest verdict in Arkansas history, a $136.8 million award.

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Results and experience speak for themselves. Let us be the strong voice that represents your legal interests. Call us today at (870) 336-9300 to discuss your case. You can also get in touch by submitting our online contact form.



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“136.8 million…the largest verdict in state history”

-KATV, Channel 7, Little Rock, AR

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Barry Deacon (Left) of Jonesboro, received the "Exceptional Service" award at the Nov. 15 annual meeting for his leadership in defending Riceland in lawsuits regarding the discovery of genetically engineered rice in the 2006 commercial rice supply

Riceland Newsletter - No.2011

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