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BRIAN C. HOGUE
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Brian began his law practice in Little Rock, Arkansas working primarily in insurance defense litigation. Seeking an opportunity to help individuals and businesses faced with many Read More

DAVID M. HOGUE
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David Hogue was born and raised in Fayetteville, Arkansas. He attended the University of Arkansas School of Law and worked as a deputy prosecuting attorney here in Washington County Read More

JOSHUA L. BAILEY
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Growing up, Josh always thought he would move to the Rocky Mountains and live the itinerant life of a fly fishing guide or ski bum. He made it as far as the Ozarks, Read More

JAMES H.SHAW JR.
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Jim Shaw is a third generation Trial Lawyer and collector of stories. His interest in fighting for the accused and the injured go back as far as he can remember. Read More

Personal Injury

Never settle for an insurance company’s offer when you or your family are seriously injured. At Hogue Law Firm we represent all types of Auto Accidents, Trucking Accidents, Wrongful Death, Motorcycle Accidents, Severe Injuries and more. Insurance companies are not looking out for your best interests. Contact us today for expert personal injury representation.

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BRIAN C. HOGUE
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Brian began his law practice in Little Rock, Arkansas working primarily in insurance defense litigation. Seeking an opportunity to help individuals and businesses faced with many Read More

DAVID M. HOGUE
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David Hogue was born and raised in Fayetteville, Arkansas. He attended the University of Arkansas School of Law and worked as a deputy prosecuting attorney here in Washington County Read More

JOSHUA L. BAILEY
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Growing up, Josh always thought he would move to the Rocky Mountains and live the itinerant life of a fly fishing guide or ski bum. He made it as far as the Ozarks, Read More

JAMES H.SHAW JR.
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Jim Shaw is a third generation Trial Lawyer and collector of stories. His interest in fighting for the accused and the injured go back as far as he can remember. Read More