Eric Wewers is of counsel with Reddick Moss where he focuses his practice on nursing home abuse and neglect cases. He owns his own practice, The Law Offices of Eric D. Wewers. He has managed the litigation for two clients for the entire state of Texas that involved over 40,000 plaintiffs in toxic tort cases. Eric has had settlements totaling in excess of 25 million dollars.
Eric Wewers graduated from the UALR School of Law in 1990. After graduation, he moved to Dallas, Texas and began working for the prestigious firm of DeHay & Blanchard. There he worked under the guidance of Carlyle DeHay and Gary Elliston. In 1992, Eric left DeHay & Blanchard to form the law firm of DeHay & Elliston. During this time, Eric tried cases in Dallas, Corpus Christi, San Antonio, El Paso, Waco, Austin, and Houston. On January 1, 2001, Eric resigned from the partnership of DeHay & Elliston to open the Texas office for the nationally known firm of Wilkes & McHugh representing victims of nursing home abuse and neglect. Eric’s areas of practice focused on representing those victims of nursing home abuse and neglect in both Texas and Arkansas. In October 2002, Wilkes & McHugh moved Eric back home to Little Rock to work in their office here. There he was responsible for cases in both Arkansas and Texas. On November 1, 2003, The Law Offices of Eric D. Wewers was formed. In early 2014, Eric started working as of counsel with Reddick Moss where he focuses his practice on nursing home abuse and neglect cases.
- Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect
- Toxic Tort Litigation,
- Legal Negligence
- Product Liability
- Medical Malpractice
- Small Businesses including:
- start up
- business consulting
Awards, Honors & Accomplishments
- AV rated by Martindale Hubbell for the last 18 years
- Mid-South Super Lawyer for 2018
- Wilkes & McHugh Texas he managed over 30 cases and had total settlements totaling in excess of 25 million dollars.
- Partner at DeHayes & Elliston where he managed the litigation for two clients for the entire state of Texas involving over 40,000 plaintiffs in toxic tort cases.