Serving clients in Fayetteville and all of NW Arkansas
Ken Kieklak, Attorney at Law is an Arkansas attorney practicing personal injury law, workers’ compensation law, and Social Security Disability (SSD) law. In over 20 years of practice, Ken has handled numerous cases for Arkansans. Ken’s practice is based out of Fayetteville Arkansas, but his main practice range also reaches places like Bella Vista, Benton County, Bentonville, Crawford County, Fort Smith, Rogers, Sebastian County, Springdale, Washington County, and beyond.
In Arkansas, most personal injury attorneys do not also handle workers’ comp. and SSD cases. If you are looking to refer-in a personal injury case from out-of-state, Ken Kieklak can certainly work with you. Alternatively, if you are an Arkansas personal injury attorney, but your case involves workers’ compensation or SSD claims you do not handle, Ken can step in and handle those elements of the case. Contact Arkansas personal injury lawyer Ken Kieklak today at (479) 251-7767 to discuss potential referrals.
Fayetteville Personal Injury Referrals
Ken Kieklak, Attorney at Law, represents clients on a wide array of personal injury claims. With experience handling serious injury cases, Ken has the experience necessary to help your client with any number of personal injury claims. Our attorney practices in all of the following areas of personal injury cases:
- Burn injuries,
- Car accidents,
- Catastrophic injuries,
- Construction accidents,
- Daycare injuries,
- Head and brain injuries,
- Insurance disputes,
- Medical device injuries,
- Medication errors,
- Motorcycle accidents,
- Nursing home abuse,
- Product liability
- Slip and fall injuries,
- Spinal injuries,
- Truck accidents,
- Workplace injuries,
- Wrongful death,
- And more.
We also handle unique or novel cases that may not fit into any of these categories, and cases that reach across a number of these areas. Whether your client’s accident was caused by a private individual, the employee of a large company, or a manufacturing or design defect, Ken Kieklak may be able to help.
Referrals for Workers’ Compensation Cases in Arkansas
Ken Kieklak also handles workers’ compensation cases. Many personal injury attorneys understand the complications associated with suing a business or large corporation for injuries, but may not be prepared to handle workplace injury or workers’ compensation cases. Since many Arkansas workers must initially file with the Arkansas Workers’ Compensation Commission, and are barred from filing a claim in state court, it is important to refer your cases to an attorney who can handle the workers’ comp claims.
Workers’ compensation cases are one of the three pillars of Ken Kieklak’s legal practice. Because of this, he understands the processes and rules surrounding workers’ comp for a number of industries, including some of the largest in Arkansas, like agriculture.
Ken Kieklak helps clients apply for workers’ comp. benefits, fight insurance and employers who deny or short workers on their benefits, and handle matters between clients and the Arkansas Workers’ Compensation Commission.
Referrals for Social Security Disability
In some cases, personal injury victims may call your office with report of a severe injury. Upon close examination, it may become apparent that there is no clear defendant to hold liable, or the injuries were the result of the client’s own negligence. In these cases, they may be unable to recover compensation through a personal injury suit, products liability action, or another negligence case. If the injury did not occur at work and was not work-related, this may leave them with few options to have their medical expenses and ongoing wages paid.
In many of these cases, the injury victim may be able to resort to Social Security benefits to maintain a living wage. Social Security Disability is available to severely injured workers throughout the country, as well as disabled individuals who meet certain income thresholds. In some cases, it may be beneficial to the client to pursue SSD filing as supplemental income alongside pursuing payments through a negligence suit or workers’ comp. claim.
Because SSD can often be combined with other routes to recovery, referring your clients to Ken Kieklak for help with their SSD rules and fighting SSD denials may be important.
Ken Kieklak – An Experienced Personal Injury Attorney for Your Client
If you are seeking an attorney to refer an Arkansas injury case to, consider Ken Kieklak, Attorney at Law. Ken has decades of experience practicing personal injury law. In addition, Ken’s experience in worker’s compensation and Social Security cases allows him to help his clients seek broader paths to compensation.
All attorney referral agreements we use will comply with the Arkansas Rules of Professional Conduct, and other applicable professional ethics rules for lawyers. If you are an out-of-state attorney, referring your case to an Arkansas attorney may be the simplest and surest way to get your client the legal representation they need. For in-state attorneys who need to refer-out workers’ compensation or Social Security cases, Ken Kieklak is willing to help.
Contact Ken Kieklak, Attorney at Law today to discuss case referrals. Ken offers free consultations for clients, and is willing to discuss referral cases as well. To discuss your case, all (479) 251-7767 today.
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