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Jim Jackson is a personal injury attorney in Arkansas.

Flood Safety in Arkansas

Blog Post
June 3, 2019

Our hearts go out to our friends and neighbors who are experiencing devastating loss. As an Arkansas injury attorney, safety is always on my mind because over the course of my career, I’ve seen so many people hurting many different scenarios. But, I’ve also seen that knowledge can greatly reduce injuries when faced with floods and other natural disasters.

New Driver in the House? No Problem!

Blog Post
May 22, 2019

Every year when school’s out we get ready to enjoy more lax schedules, late nights out with family friends, and of course, a lot of time on the road for vacations. This year, we’re getting ready for a unique summer schedule. 

Arkansas Injury Attorney Jim Jackson and 3M’s Defective Earplugs

Blog Post
May 6, 2019

In all my years practicing law, nothing fires me up quite like powerful entities that value their bottom line over people’s safety. You may have heard about a recent case involving corporate giant 3M.

Jackson Law Firm Files Lawsuit on Behalf of Veterans Against 3M

News Release
March 15, 2019

Arkansas Attorney Jim Jackson of Jackson Law Firm filed a lawsuit today on behalf of veterans and members of the military against 3M Manufacturing Company.

Continuing Education Library

Legal Ethics

December 2016
As the Preamble to the Arkansas Rule of Professional Conduct notes, “[v]irtually all difficult ethical problems arise from conflict between a lawyer’s responsibilities to clients, to the legal system, and to the lawyer’s own interest in remaining an ethical person while earning a satisfactory living.”

Summation and Jury Instructions

December 2016
Closing arguments are the last opportunity to communicate directly with the jury. For that reason, it is imperative that the arguments logically and forcibly present your side’s position on the contested issues and reasons your client is entitled to be given a verdict.

Courthouses of Arkansas Blog by Jim Jackson

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