David H. Williams

Over the years, David Williams has represented hundreds of injured victims and recovered millions of dollars in compensation for his clients. He is licensed in Arkansas and admitted to practice in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern and Western Districts of Arkansas, and the U.S.Court of Appeals for the Eighth and Third Circuits. His tireless efforts on behalf of his clients have also earned him extensive recognition from his peers. David has been named an Arkansas Trial Lawyer of the Year by the Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association, one of "The Best Lawyers in Arkansas" annually since 1998 by an Arkansas Times Readers Poll, a Mid-South Super Lawyer in 2008 and more. In addition, he is AV rated by Martindale-Hubbell, the highest rating given by that prestigious directory. In 2010 he received the Henry Woods Lifetime Achievement Award.

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Men Using Testosterone Supplements May be at Risk for Heart Attack or Stroke

As men age, their testosterone levels naturally decline.  Testosterone supplements are prescribed to combat this decline.  They often increase sexual function and bone mineral density and fat mass and strength. But recent studies show a more ominous effect of testosterone supplements: increased risk of heart attack or stroke.  A study in the November 6, 2013, […]

FDA evaluating risk of stroke, heart attack and death with FDA-approved testosterone products

Safety Announcement [01-31-2014]  The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is investigating the risk of stroke, heart attack, and death in men taking FDA-approved testosterone products. We have been monitoring this risk and decided to reassess this safety issue based on the recent publication of two separate studies that each suggested an increased risk of […]

The Police Accident Report Indicates I Am at Fault: What Are My Options for Financial Recovery?

Most people involved in motor vehicle collisions like SUV rollovers, rear-enders, motorcycle crashes and other types of collisions recognize that the report prepared by the police officer who investigates the accident constitutes an important document memorializing evidence and witness observations.  The accident report often even provides conclusions about which driver is responsible for causing the […]

Arkansas Trucking Accidents Caused by Runaway Trailers

There are few scenarios more terrifying when traveling the highways of Arkansas than to see a big-rigs trailer careening out of control over the roadway . . . without a cab.  While runaway trailer accident accidents may be fairly uncommon, trucking crashes caused by the disconnection of the trailer from the cab because related to […]

Factors Making Teen Driving Accidents in Arkansas Especially Common

Motor vehicle accidents constitute the leading cause of death of teenagers in the U.S.  There is a range of factors that contribute to the high collision and fatality rates involving teen drivers.  While graduated driver’s license (GDL) programs have been designed to neutralize these risk factors, many teenagers are delaying the process of seeking a […]

How Does an Attorney Evaluate My Personal Injury Claim? [Part II]

This is the conclusion of our two-part blog post in which we explain some of the variables that impact the estimated value of a personal injury claim.  The  list of factors discussed   illustrates the complex process involved in determining the value of a personal injury or wrongful death claim  in Arkansas.  If you have specific […]

How Does an Attorney Evaluate My Personal Injury Claim? [Part I]

Arkansas personal injury attorney David H. Williams recognizes that one of the most prevalent questions asked by wrongful death and personal injury victims concerns the value of their claim.  Many of those who suffer catastrophic injuries or loss of a beloved family member feel frustrated when they get vague “lawyerly” answers that indicate that such […]

Named one of “Soirée Best Lawyers” by Little Rock Soirée Magazine

David Williams was recently named one of “Soirée Best Lawyers” by Little Rock Soirée Magazine. Here is a preview of that article: I grew up during the ’60s. We had Elvis, the Beatles and Jimi Hendrix. I remember seeing the assassinations of President Kennedy, Martin Luther King Jr. and Bobby Kennedy on TV. We had […]

Punitive Damage Caps Do Not Mean Lower Health Insurance Premiums

Tort reform efforts to limit punitive damages has swept across the country fueled by the powerful combined lobby of insurance carriers, the business sector and professional groups like the American Medical Association.  These tort reform efforts have resulted in many states placing caps on punitive damage awards by imposing limits as low as $250,000 in […]

Why Distracted Driving Laws Have Had Limited Success in Preventing Arkansas Car Accidents [Part II]

This is Part II of our two-installment blog post analyzing the reasons that laws aimed at distracted driving have had limited success in making those who travel the roads of Arkansas safer.  While Part I of this blog focused on the limited effectiveness of efforts that exclusively target cell phone use as opposed to other […]