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The term “Personal Injury” can mean many things, including:

  • Car Accidents
  • 18-Wheeler Accidents
  • Motorcycle Accidents
  • Slip-and-Fall Accidents
  • Wrongful Death
  • Workplace Accidents

There is one thing that ties together all personal injury claims: Someone didn’t do what they were supposed to and someone else got hurt. It’s that simple. We’re here to make sure that you get the help you deserve.

When you are recovering from a car wreck, you need time to deal with your health issues. Calling everyone, dealing with paperwork, and police reports may turn into a full-time job. People hurt in auto accidents don’t have the time or energy to negotiate with insurance companies after their crash. Your time is better spent healing.

While you are healing, the help of a Arkansas car accident lawyer can be invaluable. We help so you can focus your energy on your recovery.

If you have been injured, please contact us for a free consultation

How can I get paid?

Lost Wages

If you are injured in a car wreck it can take a long time for you to get back to work. During this time, you may not get paid, making it hard to pay for your everyday expenses. Receiving Getting paid for any lost wages is important to getting back on your feet again and avoiding bankruptcy or financial ruin.

Loss of Future Wages

If your injuries are permanent, you may be unable to return to work at all or continue to work in your current job. When this occurs, the negligent driver is responsible for any future earnings you will lose because of your injuries.

Pain and Suffering

It can be difficult to put a dollar amount on your pain and suffering. But when your life has been changed by someone’s mistake, you should not have to deal with that alone. After a devastating wreck, accident victims’ lives are rarely the same. They may be unable to pick up their children, walk their dog or enjoy their regular hobbies. You should be compensated for that harm.

Property Damage

The majority of car wrecks also result in property damage. You are often entitled to recover the difference between what your car was worth before the accident and what it was worth after the accident. You are also entitled to have your car repaired and for the use of a rental car.

Medical Bills - Past and Future

After an accident, medical bills can be huge. All of the bills combined with medicine can easily cost tens of thousands of dollars. even with insurance.

When an injury becomes chronic or you are left with a permanent disability, you may endure high medical cost into the future. There may be surgeries, prosthetics, medical equipment, physical therapy and long-term care that need to be paid for throughout your lifetime.

Do I have a case?

One of the most common questions that people ask is: “How do I know if I have a case?” That is a hard questions to answer. In order to answer it, we typically need to do a consultation and review your medical records.

The next question people ask is “Do I need a lawyer?” The short answer is, YES.

Do I have to go to Court?

After a car wreck, the majority of people are hurt, tired, and trying to put everything back together. The last thing on their minds is going to court. Luckily, the majority of personal injury claims are finished and paid without ever having to go to trial.

Although most claims are do not go to court, it’s important to choose a law firm that tackles each case as if it were going to trial. If the insurance company denies your claim or does not offer a fair settlement, then you can rest assured we will take them to court.

We can help you present your claim to the insurance company, before filing suit, in a way to get you the most recovery from the s. If beginning. If we need to file a lawsuit because you have not been offered a fair settlement, we can prepare your case and help you obtain maximum compensation, without ever having to go to court. If that does not work, we will take them to court.

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