Gary Green

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Attorney at Law

Born:

Texarkana, Arkansas

Education:

University of Arkansas at Little Rock School of Law; graduated 1978
Hendrix College – Conway, Arkansas; graduated 1975

Admitted to Practice:

Arkansas State and Federal Courts, Texas State Courts (licensed in 1988), Missouri State Courts, Oklahoma State Courts, United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas, 8th Circuit Court of Appeals, United States Court of Federal Claims and the U.S. Supreme Court

Practice Areas:

Professional Associations:

American Association for Justice, Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association, Pulaski County Bar Association, Arkansas Bar Association and Past-President of Southern Trial Lawyers Association.

Professional Ratings:

Martindale-Hubbell – Rating: AV
The AV rating, which identifies a lawyer with very high to preeminent legal ability, is a reflection of expertise, experience, integrity and overall professional excellence. Martindale-Hubbell ratings, established by attorneys for attorneys, clearly indicate an attorney demonstrates the highest professional and ethical standards.

I am proud to have on my staff some of the best lawyers in the states of Arkansas and Tennessee; some of the best support personnel one could hope for; proud of the work we do suing drunk drivers and proud that we represent people, not insurance companies, who, without our taking percentage fees, probably would not be able to hire a lawyer. I am proud of our people’s practice.

1001 La Harpe Boulevard
Little Rock, Arkansas 72201
Phone: 501-224-7400
Fax: 501-224-2294
gary.green@gGreen.com

Personal Biography:

My wife, Patricia, and I are happily married and have four children between us, Kayce, Alexia, Meggie, and Brice. Kayce and her husband Matt Price gave us our first grandchild, Rhys, on November 30, 2013. Zelda guards the house.

Texarkana, Arkansas is where I was reared by my parents, Donna and Ronald Green. Sister Kimi Cox lives in Washington State. Brothers Clark Green and Ronnie Green live in Texarkana.

In my spare time I fancy myself a farmer tending to a recently planted pecan grove and a vineyard. I’m also experimenting with an internet sales company, HeMan Tools, and with a wine distributorship, De Nux Distributors. I find that by running fledgling companies and operating small farms I can better understand and communicate what my clients are going through. I do a little bird hunting and a little trout fishing. I walk for exercise and lately spend time developing the Woodglen Park subdivision which is down the street from our home in Little Rock.

A typical day for me begins at sun up and winds down with dinner at 7:00 p.m. I enjoy work and would work too much but for Patricia’s insistence from day one that I be at the dinner table by 7:00. That is a tradition which she instilled in me and our children – one that I very much appreciate and to which I attribute much of our success as a couple and a family.

What are a few things I have learned in over thirty years of practicing law? I was lucky early on to learn that if I earnestly try to help my clients, others will help me do that; that if I take care of my clients, they will take care of me. I know that clients who call on me have been knocked down and need help to get back, as much as possible, to where they were. Sometimes it is as easy as helping a little old lady cross the street, and sometimes it calls for all out war. I enjoy both. I have learned from mentor John Ward that to be successful one needs, most of the time, to be the first one to arrive at and the last one to leave the workplace. From mentor Miles Hale I learned that a people’s practice is an honorable calling. I was taught by my parents and grandparents to follow the golden rule, and then by my law school professors and judges not to mention it!

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