We have been representing injured Americans for over 27 years.



We have been honored to represent good folks and their families who have sadly sustained burns, fractures, brain injuries, electrocution, drowning, smoke inhalation, chemical exposure, paralysis, amputation, scars and disfigurement, organ damage, disease, infection, most other forms of injury, and death.

Moreover, our clients have been injured on the highway, at railroad grade crossings, in hospitals and offices of medical care providers, in aircraft and boats, on all terrain vehicles (ATV’s), in gun accidents, and by numerous defective products.

If you have been injured by the mistakes, negligence, recklessness, defects, or intentional conduct of another, we encourage you to protect your legal options in a world of legal and insurance pit falls.  Many of us have insurance protection in the event that we make a mistake.  Insurance companies should honor their obligations.

Unfortunately, it can be a real struggle to get some insurance companies to pay what they agreed to pay. We strongly encourage you to:   

  1. Seek the advice of an experienced lawyer or attorney immediately. Topics to discuss may include the following:
  • Preservation of all evidence before it is lost; 
  • No payment of attorney fees and expenses unless you make a recovery; 
  • How legal reputation and experience can affect your chances of a fair settlement;  
  • What percentage of cases actually go to trial and what is the success rate of the firm at trial;   
  • What insurance is available and how should dealing with adjusters be handled;
  • Should recorded statements be given;
  • When is the proper time to consider settlement;
  • How much is my case worth;
  • How do I deal with medical and other bills while my case is pending;
  • What are the deadlines for filing my claims;
  • Who will handle my case personally; and
  • What firm is the best choice for me and why?

Here is a little more information about Gene Ludwig.

  • Graduate of the University of Michigan Law School.
  • Clients hold the Arkansas Record for a Punitive Damage Verdict affirmed by the Arkansas Supreme Court and collected: $37,381,725.21.
  • Nominated National Trial Lawyer of the Year in 2003.
  • Clients were the first known successful nursing home class action representatives seeking restitution of sums paid to the homes in question for violation of resident rights.  A class settlement in the sum of $18,900,000.00 was approved by the Court. 
  • Nominated National Trial Lawyer of the Year again in 2006.  Also nominated Arkansas Trial Lawyer of the Year in 2006.
  • Well over $100,000,000.00 in gross recoveries for clients.
  • One of our cases was reported by a New York Times reporter who received a Pulitzer Prize regarding this and similar railroad grade crossing tragedies.
  • Gene Ludwig is a jet pilot for Angel Flight. 

If you are a good person with a real injury, I would like to help. Please call to learn more about joining our legal family.


Gene Ludwig