Attorney Ken Osborne has been in private practice since 1988, while attorney Sammi Wilmoth has been a partner in the firm for five years. Today, Osborne & Wilmoth Law Firm is passionate about helping “the little guy.” Located in Fayetteville, AR, we represent clients throughout Northwestern Arkansas in a wide range of accident, workers’ compensation, disability, criminal defense, family law and civil law cases. Our knowledgeable and well-prepared attorneys always keep clients informed of the law and their rights throughout the entire case. We will fight our hardest for you!
Fighting for Our Clients
Being the son of a military officer, Ken Osborne grew up all over the United States before settling in Arkansas. He has made Fayetteville his home since 1979. He graduated from the University of Arkansas with a BSBA, majoring in marketing. Ken continued his education at the University of Arkansas School of Law, earning his law degree in December 1986.
Since opening his private practice in 1989, Ken has been dedicated to helping individuals: “the little guy.” He has represented countless clients injured in automobile, accidents, motorcycle accidents, 18-wheeler accidents and on-the-job accidents. Over the years, Ken has handled complicated insurance cases involving severe automobile accidents, motorcycle accidents, and serious on-the-job accidents. He has recovered millions of dollars for his clients. These accidents are often disabling and Ken has helped hundreds of clients win their Social Security Disability cases.
In addition to handling personal injury cases, and workers’ compensation cases, Ken has practiced criminal defense in Washington, Benton and Madison County District and Circuit Courts, as well as the United States District Court for the Western District of Arkansas. He has argued cases for his clients before the Arkansas Supreme Court and the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Ken is married, a father of three and grandfather of two.
Attorney Sammi Wilmoth is a native of Springdale, Arkansas. She began working at the Osborne Law Firm immediately after graduating high school as a receptionist. She worked her way up to Office Manager. Having been inspired by the firm’s work, Sammi decided to pursue her law degree. While juggling three small children and a full-time job, Sammi earned her undergraduate degree from John Brown University, graduating with distinction, in December of 2006. Still juggling marriage, motherhood and a demanding full-time job, Sammi earned her Juris Doctorate from the Arkansas School of Law in May 2012. During law school, Sammi won the 2011 Ben Altheimer Best Brief Award in Moot Court Competition.
So when she began practicing law in 2012, she already had 12 years of experience assisting Ken and helping thousands of clients. Sammi passionately represents each of her clients, providing quality legal services while keeping open lines of communication with each client. She is licensed in State and Federal Court. She has been very successful in court, fighting hard for her clients as they pursue their family law cases of divorce and custody.