573-449-2613
3210 Bluff Creek Drive, Columbia, MO 65201-3525

Ford, Parshall & Baker

Ford, Parshall & Baker provides a full range of legal services to individuals, companies and public entities throughout the state of Missouri. We value the high opinions of our clients and peers and we pledge to continue our practice of providing high quality legal representation in a wide variety of practice areas. 

  • Experience. FPB attorneys are passionate about the law.  Each of our attorneys has a unique experience and skill set, which results in unparalleled advocacy in complex cases.
  • Reputation. Ford, Parshall & Baker is nationally recognized for our success, professionalism, and our attorneys’ legal expertise and services.  We are very proud of the awards and recognition we have received, including being named a “Best Law Firm” by U.S. News and World Reports since the award’s inception in 2011. 
  • Dedication.  We represent individuals, charitable foundations, family-run businesses, large corporations, insurance companies, medical and educational institutions.  Our clients are our number one priority and we are committed to serving their best interests.

Distinguished Honors

Ford, Parshall & Baker has been continually named a “Best Law Firm” by U.S. News & World Reports and enjoys a top-tier ranking as one of the best professional malpractice defense firms. 

For decades, Ford, Parshall & Baker has held an AV Preeminent Rating – the highest rating a law firm can receive.  It is a reflection of our attorneys’ expertise, experience and integrity.  

Ford, Parshall & Baker is one of A.M. Best’s Recommended Insurance law firms. 

Three FPB attorneys have been recognized by their peers as “Top Lawyers” in Columbia, Missouri.  Hamp Ford was recognized for his expertise in medical malpractice cases.  Jeff Parshall was acknowledged as one of the best trial lawyers.  David Walker was recognized for his expertise in education law.

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