Serving clients in Fayetteville and all of NW Arkansas
Ken began his legal career serving as a law clerk to the Honorable Mary Spencer McGowan in Little Rock, Arkansas. He moved to Fayetteville, Arkansas in 1994 to begin private practice primarily focusing on personal injury, wrongful death, social security disability, and workers’ compensation law. His practice has always focused on representing injury victims and injured workers in Arkansas.
Ken is a member of the Washington County and Arkansas Bar Associations, and the Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association.
A Good Lawyer And A Good Man…
Ken spends most of his free time with his wife of 24 years, Michelle, and his two daughters, Bella and Mia. His family enjoys travel and supporting the Arkansas Razorbacks. He is also an avid mountain biker, and enjoys fly-fishing and grilling nearly anything on his Big Green Egg.
Ken has a strong work ethic, but still finds time to fish, mountain bike, coach his daughter’s soccer team, call the Hogs and grill just about anything.
Ken Kieklak, Attorney at Law is a personal injury and disability attorney in Northwest Arkansas with more than twenty years of experience practicing law. Ken is known to provide quality legal services and is extremely knowledgeable of his legal practice areas. This knowledge has enabled Ken to recover millions of dollars for his clients across the state of Arkansas and throughout the United States.
Ken has more to offer as an attorney than his legal experience. His client commitment is just as important as studying the law. Ken has been married for eighteen years and has two wonderful daughters. His family always comes first, and he treats each of his clients as an extension of his family. He listens to their stories, feels their pain, and advocates for them against large insurance and manufacturing companies. With Ken Kieklak as your attorney, you will never feel like a burden or just another file in his office. You will be listened to, and he will fight for you through every stage of your lawsuit.
Ken Kieklak is committed to serving his clients, and he is also dedicated to serving the Northwest Arkansas Community. Specifically, Ken sponsors First Thursday on the Fayetteville Square and supports two youth baseball teams, a local elementary school, missionary work through a local church, the Northwest Arkansas Workers’ Justice Center, Trout Unlimited, and the Arkansas State Police. Ken served five terms as a Justice of the Peace on the Washington County Quorum Court and was the Personnel Committee chair. He was on the Jail Law Enforcement Committee and the chair of the committee to build a new jail in Washington County. Ken has also supported his alma mater, the University of Arkansas School of Law, by serving as a guest lecturer and judging various law school competitions. Finally, he has given back to the community’s youth by coaching a youth soccer team. Ken’s community involvement reveals his true dedication to the community in which he and his clients live.
If you are looking for an attorney with vast legal experience, who is committed to his clients and dedicated to improving his community, contact Ken Kieklak for your legal needs.
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