About Ken Kieklak
Ken Kieklak, Attorney at Law is a personal injury and disability attorney in Northwest Arkansas with 20+ years of experience practicing law. Ken is known to provide quality legal services and is extremely knowledgeable of his legal practice areas. This knowledge has enabled Ken to recover millions of dollars for his clients across the state of Arkansas and throughout the United States.
Our goal is to understand every aspect of your case as early as possible so that we can provide you with the most competent and well-considered representation where you are informed every step of the way.
Actual Case Results
- $1,500,000Negligence Case
- $1,500,000Negligence Case
- $1,200,000Wrongful Death
- $937,500Trucking Accident
FIND OUT WHY
YOU WANT KEN KIEKLAK TO FIGHT FOR YOU
Ken Kieklak is an attorney with more than 20 years of experience practicing law in the local, state and Federal Courts in Northwest Arkansas. He is also very active at his alma mater, University of Arkansas School of Law.
History of Success
Ken Kieklak has been successfully fighting for hard-working Arkansans for more than 20 years. During that time, he has recovered millions of dollars for his clients.
Quick to Act
If you are out of work due to your injuries or disability, you may be anxious about how you will ever work again or pay your bills. We will act quickly on your behalf and provide concise and clear explanations so that you understand your legal rights every step of the way.
Disability Resource Center
Social Security Disability Representation In Arkansas
If you’re challenged with obtaining Social Security in benefits Arkansas, you deserve representation by an experienced disability attorney and a fair resolution of your case. While past results do not suggest or guarantee future outcomes, Ken Kieklak has a proven track record of success and the experience necessary to secure the compensation to which you are entitled. If you need to apply or have been denied, we can assist you with applying for benefits from the Social Security Administration including Social Security Disability Insurance (SSD/SSDI), Supplemental Security Income (SSI), or both.
A Determined Personal Injury Attorney Available To Fight For You
Suffering an injury that keeps you from doing the things that you like can be extremely frustrating. However when the injury was caused by the recklessness, carelessness, or the negligence of another person the injury can quickly become infuriating. As an experienced Arkansas personal injury attorney, Ken fights for those injured by handling the third-party, insurance company and any other involved parties. We work on securing a favorable settlement or favorable jury verdict so that you can focus on recovering from your injuries. To improve the likelihood that you will receive the maximum amount for your injury, we always prepare your case as if it was going to trial.
Arkansas Wrongful Death Claims
While death is part of life, there is nothing worse and more tragic than the preventable death of a family member. When their death is caused by an intentional act, recklessness, negligence or carelessness their loss can be impossible to accept. To make matter even worse you may be facing impossibly high medical and hospital bills, funeral and burial expenses, the loss of income due to missed work, and perhaps your loved one’s income. These damages undoubtedly barely scratch the surface of your loss, but they are illustrative of many of the considerations an already grieving family must make. We work to hold those responsible for your loved one’s wrongful death accountable.
Experienced Arkansas Workers’ Compensation Attorneys
Most people who are injured at work in Arkansas are entitled to Workers’ Compensation benefits. This is true regardless of what caused the employee’s injury to occur. However, the Arkansas Workers’ Compensation process can be confusing and difficult to navigate, especially while you are in recovery from a debilitating injury. Hiring an experienced Arkansas Workers’ Compensation attorney increases your chances of receiving full benefits.
Your eligibility for Social Security Disability benefits if you have previously committed a crime depends on a number of factors. If your disability stems from the commission of a crime or if you are evading arrest and prosecution, you will not be eligible for...
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Car accident victims in Arkansas have a right to hold the responsible party financially liable for their medical costs, lost income, and pain and suffering. When determining what party or parties should be held accountable, our experienced Fayetteville car accident...
Everyone who applies for Social Security Disability benefits will have their own unique story. Every applicant has a different work and medical history. Unfortunately, many of these stories are tales of frustration, long waits, and denials. Obtaining an approval for...
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Fayetteville, AR 72703