About Davidson Law Firm
40 Years of Lawyering in the River City
In 1978, Charles Darwin “Skip” Davidson started the Davidson Law Firm to better serve his real-estate and banking clients. Since that time, he has expanded his firm with new lawyers to handle construction litigation, personal injury, medical malpractice, family law, bankruptcy, intellectual property, Social Security and Veterans’ claims, and a variety of other areas.
Skip has seen or heard everything you can imagine. He knows how to fight and knows how to win.
Davidson Law Firm maintains relationships with leading Central Arkansas legal professionals outside of the firm.
David Westbrook Doss, Jr. (West)
A dedication to community service and social justice is a foundational principle of Mr. Doss’ practice. He has been very active in community affairs, holding various offices of the Washington County Bar Association, including president. Further, he served as chairman of the board of YouthBridge, Inc. for eight years. YouthBridge provides counseling and shelters for troubled and homeless teenagers across an eight county area. In addition, Mr. Doss also serves as the Director and General Counsel for Potter’s House Justice Center, an organization that represents underserved and poverty-stricken citizens that cannot speak for themselves, as embraced in Proverbs 31:8-9. The Center also advocates for common sense solutions to a broken justice system. Further, Mr. Doss serves the State of Arkansas and its citizens as a commissioner of the Arkansas Educational Television Network (“AETN”). He also serves on the AETN Foundation Board.
Prior to joining the Davidson Law Firm as a counsel advisor, Kitty was a Staff Attorney at the Public Service Commission, where she represented the ratepayers on general rate cases, formula rate plan cases, rulemaking, merger/acquisitions, investigatory, and other regulatory dockets, such as the Tax Cut and Jobs Act. While at the PSC, Kitty also represented the PSC Tax Division. Kitty has also practiced at the Caldwell Law Office, and was a staff attorney at Disability Rights Arkansas, where she litigated special education, civil rights, access, and employment matters. While in law school she clerked for Magistrate Judge Beth Deere, the Attorney General’s Office- Civil Division, and the Public Service Commission.
The Davidson Law Firm Mission
Offer One-on-One Service
Create Long-Term Relationships
Adapt, Improvise, Overcome
Davidson Law Firm prides itself on serving clients in a highly effective and cost-conscious manner – offering personal, one-on-one service. Our clients are never thought of “just another case.” Instead, we view them from a legal and practical business perspective, understanding that each one has unique needs that require personalized attention. This ensures clients achieve the best possible outcome.
Our attorneys and staff are focused on creating long-term relationships with our clients, regardless of whether they are an individual, a family, or a large business. It is this personal approach that sets us apart from other firms. We understand that the decisions you make today will have a real-world impact on both your personal and professional future and that is not something we take lightly.
There is a reason Davidson Law Firm has been a trusted and well-respected law firm for so long. We have spent decades earning the trust of our clients and our community through diligent, one on one, personalized care.