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Ray B. Schlegel, Associate Attorney
Personal Injury; Wrongful Death; Tractor Trailer Accidents; Products Liability; Medical Malpractice; Criminal Defense; Family Law
Phone:479-782-5297, 479-782-5184
Web:http://www.justicetoday.com
Address: 122 North Eleventh Street P.O. Box 184, Fort Smith, AR 72902
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Law Firm:Nolan, Caddell & Reynolds, P.A.
Lawyer:Ray B. Schlegel
Phone:479-782-5297, 479-782-5184
Fax:800-709-5297
Lawyer Title:Associate
Practice Areas:Personal Injury; Wrongful Death; Tractor Trailer Accidents; Products Liability; Medical Malpractice; Criminal Defense; Family Law
Bio:During law school, Mr. Schlegel participated in numerous skills competitions and was a Semifinalist in the 2000 Ben J. Altheimer Moot Court Competition and won second place for Best Brief. Mr. Schlegel was also member of the Arkansas Law Review before serving on the Editorial Board as a Note and Comment Editor during his final year. His work has been published in the Arkansas Law Review and Arkansas Law Notes, which are circulated to all Arkansas attorneys. Following law school, Mr. Schlegel worked for a firm handling insurance defense and complex commercial litigation. Feeling that he was on the wrong side of these matters, Mr. Schlegel joined NCR in 2004, where he now specializes representing individuals in the areas of personal injury, wrongful death, social security disability, and family law. He is licensed to practice in both Arkansas and Oklahoma. Since 2004, he has recovered millions of dollars for his injured and disabled clients, and he has successfully tried numerous bench and jury trials. Mr. Schlegel has been active in community organizations, including Big Brothers/Big Sisters and Lifestyles Inc., and serves as legal counsel for his property owners association. Mr. Schlegel works in the Northwest Arkansas office, and he lives in Springdale with his wife, Cheri, and his two daughters, Peyton and Laney. Member, W.B. Putnam American Inns of Court. Author: Zinger v. Terrell: The Collateral Estoppel Effect of Criminal Judgments in Subsequent Civil Litigatio
Admitted:2002, Arkansas, Oklahoma, U.S. District Court, Eastern and Western Districts of Arkansas and U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Oklahoma; U.S. Court of Appeals, Tenth and Eighth Circuits
College:University of Central Arkansas, B.S., 1997
Law School:University of Arkansas School of Law, J.D., cum laude, 2001
Membership:Benton County, Arkansas (Member, North and West District Representative; Executive Council, Young Lawyers Section, 2001-2003) and Oklahoma Bar Associations; Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association.
Web:http://www.justicetoday.com
Languages:English
Born:Arlington, Texas, July 28, 1975

Lawyer Ray B. Schlegel, graduated from University of Central Arkansas, B.S., 1997 University of Arkansas School of Law, J.D., cum laude, 2001, is now employed by Nolan, Caddell & Reynolds, P.A. at 122 North Eleventh Street P.O. Box 184 Fort Smith, AR 72902.

While being a member of Benton County, Arkansas (Member, North and West District Representative; Executive Council, Young Lawyers Section, 2001-2003) and Oklahoma Bar Associations; Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association., Ray B. Schlegel is one of the more than one million lawyers in United States. Before choosing Ray B. Schlegel as your lawyer, you should consider whether Ray B. Schlegel is a member of American Bar Association (ABA), how much he or she charges for the services, if there is any hidden attorney fee, what's the fee schedule, whether he or she has good community reputation and is able to provide a list of good references. You can also contact the Board of Professional Responsibility of the state bar, to find out if Ray B. Schlegel has ever been placed under any disciplinary actions. If there is any such disciplinary action, avoid using his or her services. Please be aware that, though Ray B. Schlegel's office is located at Fort Smith, AR, he or she might belong to the bar association of other states.

Focus of Lawyer's Practice and Years Practice are also very important factors in your evaluation process. The more focused the lawyer's practice areas, the better service he or she could provide. Length of practice, however, can be both positive and negative for an attorney. So do not make decisions solely on one or two factors. Ray B. Schlegel has been admitted in 2002, Arkansas, Oklahoma, U.S. District Court, Eastern and Western Districts of Arkansas and U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Oklahoma; U.S. Court of Appeals, Tenth and Eighth Circuits. His or her practice areas include Personal Injury; Wrongful Death; Tractor Trailer Accidents; Products Liability; Medical Malpractice; Criminal Defense; Family Law.

Ray B. Schlegel's college education includes University of Central Arkansas, B.S., 1997, law school degree was from University of Arkansas School of Law, J.D., cum laude, 2001, other biographical background includes During law school, Mr. Schlegel participated in numerous skills competitions and was a Semifinalist in the 2000 Ben J. Altheimer Moot Court Competition and won second place for Best Brief. Mr. Schlegel was also member of the Arkansas Law Review before serving on the Editorial Board as a Note and Comment Editor during his final year. His work has been published in the Arkansas Law Review and Arkansas Law Notes, which are circulated to all Arkansas attorneys. Following law school, Mr. Schlegel worked for a firm handling insurance defense and complex commercial litigation. Feeling that he was on the wrong side of these matters, Mr. Schlegel joined NCR in 2004, where he now specializes representing individuals in the areas of personal injury, wrongful death, social security disability, and family law. He is licensed to practice in both Arkansas and Oklahoma. Since 2004, he has recovered millions of dollars for his injured and disabled clients, and he has successfully tried numerous bench and jury trials. Mr. Schlegel has been active in community organizations, including Big Brothers/Big Sisters and Lifestyles Inc., and serves as legal counsel for his property owners association. Mr. Schlegel works in the Northwest Arkansas office, and he lives in Springdale with his wife, Cheri, and his two daughters, Peyton and Laney. Member, W.B. Putnam American Inns of Court. Author: Zinger v. Terrell: The Collateral Estoppel Effect of Criminal Judgments in Subsequent Civil Litigatio. You should contact other lawyers and law firms nearby before choosing your legal representatives.

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