Richard Lane Hughes

Richard Lane Hughes

Hughes Law Office
  • Criminal Law, Civil Rights, Family Law ...
  • Arkansas
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Reviewed by James Powell June 15, 2020
This lawyer will not contact you or keep you informed.
This lawyer won't do his job. He will set you up for failure. He left me in jail 3 months longer than neccessary. He costed me my job. He hasn't once told me a court date. You will go to prison with this lawyer. I want to see my daughter and he won't file the motion with the courts.
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Summary

Litigation is our practice. If a case has the potential to go to a trial we want a chance to be engaged. If it is in our client's best interest to settle, we will do so, but only if it is the course chosen by the client.

Practice Areas
  • Criminal Law
  • Civil Rights
  • Family Law
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Nursing Home Abuse
Fees
  • Contingent Fees
    Contingency fees are available in many cases.
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Arkansas
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8th Circuit
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United States Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims
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Languages
  • English: Spoken, Written
  • Spanish: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Owner
Hughes Law Office
Current
G. ROss Smith & Assoc.
Current
Crumpler, O'Connor & Wynne
Current
Education
University of Arkansas - Little Rock
J.D. (1982) | Law
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Professional Associations
Arkansas State Bar
Member
Current
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Arkansas Bar Association
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Henry Woods Inn of Courts
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Legal Answers
17 Questions Answered

Q. Is it possible to investigate the cause of a fall at a nursing home to determine whether the staff was negligent?
A: Yes, that is certainly possible. I would need more information before I suggest what lengths to go to for an investigation. I will assume that you have some reason to believe that there are circumstances that may amount to either abuse or failure to take proper care. If you are the guardian of the individual, you should first ask the nursing home administration for their version of the facts regarding the fall. If you have a good relationship with an individual on staff there, I would first ask for their information of the event. If you have further questions, you may contact me directly at hugheslawoffice1@gmail.com Thank you, RIchard Hughes
Q. I noticed that my dad (in a nursing home) developed a bed sore. Is this a sure sign of neglect?
A: No. This is not a "sure sign" of neglect but it is a sign to watch for other things that suggest neglect. That is: first, listen to your Father (if he is able to communicate); next, watch for bruises, weight loss and generally signs of abuse; finally, increasing bed sores, infection(s) may suggest neglect. A bed sore should usually not occur with a patient but a single instance is not a "sure sign."
Q. he wants a divorce it's under the active ACA 9-1 2-3 0-1 V I can I di dispute
A: Yes. You can always dispute alleged grounds for divorce. The party that asserts grounds for and seeks a divorce or other relief bears the burden of proof. However, you must timely answer, in writing, denying that grounds or a particular ground exists or you may waive your right to contest the divorce.
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Contact & Map
Simmons Tower
425 W. Capitol Ave., Suite 229
Little Rock, AR 72201
Telephone: (501) 376-1112
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