John Elmo Patterson is a highly experienced attorney focusing on personal injury and aviation law in Searcy, Arkansas. He is the President of the law firm John Patterson PA and handles cases concerning wrongful death, personal injuries, motor vehicle wrecks, workplace injuries, aviation law, and tractor-trailer wrecks.
His practice areas also include Product Liability, Nursing Home Neglect, Oil and Gas Industry, Business Litigation, Insurance Claims, Motorcycle Accidents, Toxic Chemicals, Aviation Crashes, FAA Enforcement, Defective Medication, Rollover Wrecks, and Defective Medical Devices.
His clients know him as an honest and hardworking attorney, who goes an extra mile to obtain compensation for his clients by holding the wrongdoers accountable. He takes care of all the legal needs of his clients so that they can concentrate on their recovery from accident injuries.
John E. Patterson assists his clients through the process of getting their vehicle repaired, handles issues concerning their insurance company, deals with billing companies for medical providers, and corresponds as well as negotiates with the adjuster for the insurance company that carries the defendant’s insurance.
The Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association granted him the Outstanding Member Award and Roxanne Wilson Advocacy Award in 2003 and 2009 respectively.
He serves on the Board of Governors of the American Association for Justice and is a member of Aviation Law Section and Crane & Aerial Lift Litigation Group since 2012.
He has held several positions with the Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association in the past including President, Vice-President, Secretary-Treasurer, and a member of the Board of Governors. He is also the former President of the White County Bar Association. He is an active member of the American Bar Association and the Arkansas Bar Association since 1980 and 1978 respectively.
John Patterson completed his Bachelor’s of Arts from Hendrix College and earned his Juris Doctorate from the Leflar Law Center at the University of Arkansas in 1975 and 1978 respectively. He obtained the license to practice law in the state of Arkansas in 1978 and has since carried out an ethical practice while recovering millions of dollars in compensation for clients.
He serves in many areas in the state of Arkansas such as Searcy, Bald Knob, Kensett, Judsonia, McRae, Beebe, Pangburn, Newport, Augusta, Batesville, Heber Springs, Quitman, McCrory, Cabot, Des Arc, DeValls Bluff, White County, Jackson County, Cleburne County, and Prairie County.
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