Meet the attorneys of McMath Woods P.A in Little Rock, Arkansas.
James Bruce McMath and Phillip H. McMath
Phillip Hal McMath is a Little Rock trial attorney, an award-winning writer, a Marine Corps Vietnam War veteran, and an ardent advocate for preserving and promoting Arkansas literature and history. Former president of McMath Woods P.A., he remains of counsel with the firm. Phillip McMath is a member of the International Society of Barristers and was named by the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette as one of the best lawyers in Arkansas. In a case before the U.S. Supreme Court, Finney v. Hutto (1978), he represented inmates in the Arkansas prison system. During the case, the court found that the inmates’ living conditions were unconstitutional.
James Bruce McMath is a trial attorney, legal community leader, lecturer, and advocate of the civil justice system. He specializes in personal injury matters, especially those relating to product defects, dangerous pharmaceuticals, toxic substances, medical negligence, pollution and pesticide-related damages and injuries, and motor vehicle accident cases relating to passenger restraint system failures and highway construction accidents. He serves on the American Board of Trial Advocates and is a lecturer at numerous organizations and colleges including the Hastings College of Advocacy and Hastings Law School. Currently, James Bruce McMath serves as of counsel of the firm.