Mountain Home, AR:

Frederick S. Spencer, P.A.

Frederick S. Spencer, P.A.
  • Mountain Home, AR
  • Mountain Home, AR 72653
  • Peer Reviews
    4.4/5.0
    Client Reviews
    50% Recommended (4)
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Office Details

Office Size:
1
Year Established:
1975

Areas of Practice (31)

Specific Areas of Practice for our Mountain Home office:

  • General Civil Practice
  • Federal Practice
  • Personal Injury
  • Social Security Disability
  • Workers Compensation
  • Products Liability
  • Insurance Claims
  • Trial Practice
  • Toxic Torts
  • Employment Discrimination
  • Probate
  • Trust Law
  • Estate Planning
  • VA Claims
  • Wrongful Death
  • Semi
  • Tractor Trailer
  • Multiple Vehicular Accidents
  • Railroad Accidents And Injuries
  • Longshoremen
  • Maritime Law
  • Jones Act Cases
  • Administrative Law
  • ERISA
  • Victims of Civil Rights Violations
  • Election Campaign
  • Political Law
  • Employment Law
  • Medical Law
  • Nursing Home Malpractice
  • Professional Malpractice

Peer Reviews

  • 4.4/5.0

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Client Reviews

  • 3.6/5.0 (4 reviews)
  • (2 recommendations)
  • Communication

    3.8/5.0
  • Responsiveness

    4.3/5.0
  • Quality of Service

    3.8/5.0
  • Value for Money

    2.8/5.0
  • Recommended 5.0/5.0 Review for Frederick S. Spencer, P.A. on 01/13/11 in Social Security.

    He is a highly recommended lawyer from everyone in Mountain Home, AR. He is a nice and understanding person, makes no judgements, and is up to date on all client information.

    He is a highly recommended lawyer from everyone in Mountain Home, AR. He is a nice and understanding person, makes no judgements, and is up to date on all client information. Read less

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  • No Recommendations   4.0/5.0 Review for Frederick Strawn Spencer on 12/05/10 in Social Security.

    There is suppose to be no charge unless he wins the case. Yet there are hidden fees in the contract.

    There is suppose to be no charge unless he wins the case. Yet there are hidden fees in the contract. Read less

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