Employers face a complicated web of laws that impact employee leave.

Through negotiation, arbitration, mediation or at trial, we work to resolve claims effectively and efficiently.

3 attorneys

WLJ attorneys recognized by The Best Lawyers in America© for their work in workers’ compensation law.

1 tier 1 ranking

In workers’ compensation law in Little Rock by 2022 U.S. News-Best Lawyers “Best Law Firms.”

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We represent employers, self-insured companies and insurance carriers in workers’ compensation matters.

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Joseph H. Purvis


Little Rock, AR

After more than 40 years, clients continue to turn to Joseph H. Purvis for his legal skill, sound judgment and wise counsel.

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Attorney John D. Davis

John D. Davis


Little Rock, AR

John’s background as a construction project manager and business owner provides him with first-hand knowledge of the challenges faced by employers and human resource professionals.

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Attorney Lee J. Muldrow

Lee J. Muldrow


Little Rock, AR

Lee recently served as lead counsel in two cases where he successfully defended claims of toxicological exposure in the manufacturing industry. One of the state’s foremost attorneys in the area of workers’ compensation defense, Lee is a longtime member of the steering committee for the ALFA International Workers’ Compensation Practice Group.

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David L. Jones


Little Rock, AR

David Jones focuses his practice in the areas of business law and litigation, commercial litigation and construction law.

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Our labor and employment attorneys have vast experience representing workers’ compensation carriers, third-party administrators and self-insured employers in disputed claims before the Arkansas Workers’ Compensation Commission and the Arkansas appellate courts.

These team members also assist clients in evaluating and resolving workers’ compensation claims through binding settlements approved by the Commission.

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