Experienced Attorneys Helping Injured People
Our firm is directed by attorney John W. Barron, Jr., who has decades of experience in handling hundreds of cases, ranging from wrongful death to slip and fall accidents. He understands your claim may be the first time you have ever needed legal guidance. He handles every aspect of your claim to ensure that you can focus on healing. Jay graduated from the University of Arkansas School of Law as a member of the Law Review. As a member of the Arkansas Bar, he has served as a Special Justice of the Arkansas Supreme Court and is a member of the Pulaski County Bar Association, Arkansas Bar Association, Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association (Member, Board of Governors 1979-1982), Trial Lawyers of America, American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA) and the Arkansas Chapter of ABOTA.
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Jeanie Barron has worked as Business Manager for Jay for 23 years, managing accounts payable and payroll. She works actively with client files in relation to the management and acquisition of medical records and disbursement of settlement funds. Each client’s needs are unique and always receive top priority from each member of the team at the Barron Law Firm.
Carol Anne has worked with John Barron since 2003. Prior to joining the firm, she held positions as a legal assistant and paralegal for various Little Rock area law firms, is experienced in administrative and law firm management, and holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice and Master’s Degree in Technical Writing. For more than 40 years Carol Anne has been primarily involved in the areas of personal injury and medical malpractice and has come to identify and empathize with plaintiffs who have been injured or have lost loved ones and works to help resolve cases for clients in their time of distress and pain.