EUBANKS WELCH RAKER & SCHULZE.
Partners: Herman W. Eubanks, Morgan "Chip" Welch, Darryl E. Baker, Gerry Schulze
Address: 620 W. Third St., Little Rock
Phone: (501) 376-9900
Hours: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Start-Up: Oct. 1,2000
Little Rock attorney Herman Eubanks has left his brother Gary Eubanks' law firm to join Morgan "Chip" Welch, Darryl E. Baker and Gerry Schulze in forming a new law firm.
The firm of Eubanks Welch Baker & Schulze has its offices at 620 W. Third St., where Welch's previous trial law practice officed.
Eubanks, a board-certified civil trial layer with 27 years of experience, had practiced with his brother at Gary Eubanks & Associates since 1988. Schulze, who has 17 years of experience, practices appellate Relating to appeals; reviews by superior courts of decisions of inferior courts or administrative agencies and other proceedings. law, insurance and pensions law, and mass tort litigation mass tort litigation Mass injury claim Civil litigation A class of civil actions in which multiple plaintiffs are injured in a similar fashion by a defective product, hazardous substance, or disaster. See Asbestos, Breast implant, Class-action, Dalkon shield. . He also practiced at the Gary Eubanks firm.
Welch, a lawyer for 25 years, is a well-known personal injury lawyer and a former president of the Arkansas Trial Lawyer's Association. Baker, an attorney for 23 years, is certified See certification. as a civil trial advocate by the National Board of Trial Advocacy. He formerly practiced with the Baker Law Firm.
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"Herman and I have been friends for 27 years, and Gerry Schulze and I have worked together on mass, tort tort, in law, the violation of some duty clearly set by law, not by a specific agreement between two parties, as in breach of contract. When such a duty is breached, the injured party has the right to institute suit for compensatory damages. cases like breast implants Breast Implants Definition
Breast implantation is a surgical procedure for enlarging the breast. Breast-shaped sacks made of a silicone outer shell and filled with silicone gel or saline (salt water), called implants, are used. ... and I know them to be good lawyers," Welch said.
The firm will continue doing personal injury, medical negligence, product liability motor carrier and consumer rights law, Welch said.
"We are front-loaded in this firm with experience," he said.