Northwest Arkansas law firm, Keith Law Group, congratulates attorney Seth A. White for being named to the Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association (ATLA) Board of Governors.
Incorporated in 1963, ATLA has grown into an important, statewide voice that helps educated citizens about their legal rights.
ATLA’s members are committed to improving the quality of legal representation for Arkansas families by providing information and by keeping abreast of legislative and judicial activities.
The entire team at Keith Law Group celebrates this achievement and congratulates White for the well-deserved honor.
“I look forward to serving the families and people of the State of Arkansas through the position on the Board,” White said. “I was honored to be elected by my peers to this position and will do whatever I can to make Arkansas a safer place for its residents.”
White is a sixth-generation native of Northwest Arkansas who began his legal career working for large insurance companies in Little Rock.
He represented defendants in civil trials across the state, obtaining favorable verdicts for his clients.
Having worked closely with insurance companies, White decided he had an obligation to switch gears and assist people who were struggling to get fair treatment from the legal system.
He now focuses his practice on motor vehicle accidents, nursing home abuse and neglect, drug and device injuries and more.
He serves as Co-Chair of Protect AR Families (Benton County) and on the Arkansas Bar Association’s Board of Governors.
He is also a member of the Rogers Downtown Rotary Club, Benton County Bar Association, and the American Association for Justice.
Keith Law Group is dedicated to providing the region’s best legal counsel for those dealing with harmful vehicle and pedestrian-involved accidents, insurance disputes, wrongful death, medical device and drug injury, nursing home abuse and more.
The team at Keith Law Group congratulates White for the honor and is excited to continue working with him to provide the area’s best in legal counsel.