Court Information for Circuit Courts In Arkansas
In the state court system of each state, there are circuit courts that handle civil matters, including personal injury claims, wrongful death claims, Workers’ Compensation and Social Security Disability claims. These courts are typically divided by county. The Cottrell Law Office serves many cities and counties within Northwest Arkansas, Southwest Missouri, Northeast Oklahoma and Southeast Kansas. Below we have provided some useful information regarding the various Arkansas courts that handle cases in this areas.
County Circuit Courts of Arkansas
Benton County, Arkansas Circuit Court
The Nineteenth Judicial Circuit West, located in Bentonville, AR, handles all civil matters, which would include personal injury cases, wrongful death cases, worker’s compensation and Social Security Disability cases. As of January 1, 2002, the Circuit Courts in Benton County are divided into five subject matter divisions: criminal, civil, probate, domestic relations, and juvenile. To see a parking map of the various court buildings, click here. The Benton County Court serves the cities of Rogers, Springdale, Bentonville, Bella Vista, Siloam Springs,
102 NE A St.
Bentonville, AR 72712
Washington County, Arkansas Circuit Court
The Washington County Circuit Court is located in Fayetteville, the third-largest city in Arkansas, and is presided over by seven circuit judges. The Washington County Court serves several cities, including Fayetteville and Springdale. Washington County has two law library locations open to the public, one on the Fifth Floor of the New Courthouse located at the corner of Dickson St. & College Ave., and the other on the First Floor of the Historic Court House located at the intersection of Center St. and College Ave.
280 North College, Suite 302
Fayetteville, Arkansas 72701
Sebastian County, Arkansas Circuit Court
Sebastian County has six Circuit Judges presiding over the circuit courts in Fort Smith and Greenwood, Arkansas. The Sebastian County Court serves the city of Fort Smith, Arkansas. No food, drink or firearms of any kind are allowed in the courthouses. Cameras are also not allowed and all cell phones must be turned off while on the premises.
Sebastian County Courts Building
901 South B Street, Rm 205
Fort Smith, AR 72901
301 E. Center, Room 103
Greenwood, AR 72936
Crawford County, Arkansas Circuit Court
The Crawford County Circuit Court is located in Van Buren, Arkansas. The court is presided over by Judge Gary Cottrell and Judge Mike Medlock. Crawford County was the largest county in Arkansas when it was established in 1820. The Crawford County Courthouse is listed in the National Historic Register and is thought to be the oldest active county courthouse west of the Mississippi River.
300 Main St # 22
Van Buren, AR 72956
Carroll County, Arkansas Circuit Court
Carroll County is located in the heart of the Ozark and the Boston mountain ranges. There are two county seats in Carroll County, which are located in Berryville and Eureka Springs. All court cases and filings east of Kings River are filed in the Berryville office, while cases originating west of the Kings River are filed in the Eureka Springs office.
210 W Church Ave
Berryville, AR 72616
44 S Main St.
Eureka Springs, AR 72632
Boone County, Arkansas Circuit Court
The Boone County Circuit Court is located in Harrison, nationally recognized as one of the “Best Small Towns in America.” The home of North Arkansas College, the county lies entirely within the Ozark Mountains. Contrary to popular belief, it was not named for frontiersman Daniel Boone. Four circuit judges preside over the Boone County Circuit Court: Hon. John Putman, Hon. Shawn A. Womack, Hon. Deanna “Suzie” Layton, and Hon. Gordon Webb.
100 N Main St #200
Harrison, AR 72601
Madison County, Arkansas Circuit Court
Madison County, located in Northwest Arkansas, was named for James Madison, President of the United States. The county seat is Huntsville, Arkansas, at city named after Huntsville, Alabama (also in Madison County, AL). Madison County is in the fourth judicial district of Arkansas. The administrative duties of the circuit clerk are to maintain a record of all circuit court proceedings and to prepare the dockets for these courts.
201 West Main Street
Huntsville, AR 72740
Auto Accidents Attorney in Rogers, AR
The Cottrell Law Office is prepared to handle the common difficulties that typically arise after an auto accident, including the injuries and damages that can result from a collision. In Arkansas, there are specific rules and regulations that govern insurance claims and sometimes complicate the recovery of damages for things like, pain and suffering. In order to ensure you receive the compensation to which you are entitled, it is important to contact an Arkansas auto accident attorney who is experienced and knowledgeable of Arkansas-specific laws relating to auto accident claims.
The Cottrell Law Office is ready to serve Arkansas citizens with personal injury issues due to the negligence of others, as well as those injured at work or can’t work and are in need of social security disability benefits. If you have questions regarding a civil legal matter, contact us online or call the Cottrell Law Office at 800-364-8305.