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Is Your Job Protected While on Long Term Disability in Arkansas?

Disability benefits can come from a few different sources.  If your disability insurance is paid through your work, you might be entitled to certain protections that keep you from losing your job.  Other disability programs, like the SSDI program paid by the...

How to Apply for Workers’ Compensation in Arkansas

Every worker wants to know that they are covered under their employer’s workers’ compensation insurance. Arkansas’ workers’ compensation program provides injured workers with a safety net should they suffer a serious injury while working....

Can You Work While on Workers’ Compensation in Arkansas?

Workers’ compensation is designed as a safety net for workers who are injured at the workplace. Some workers suffer injuries so severe that they cannot work at all for weeks or months at a time. However, some workers may feel that they are injured enough to...

What Benefits Are You Entitled to If You’re Disabled in Arkansas?

Severe disabilities leave many people unable to work a meaningful job and could make a disabled person feel uncertain when it comes to caring for themselves and their families. Fortunately, a disabled person may be eligible for a federal program like Social Security...

How to Pass a Continuing Disability Review in Arkansas

While receiving disability benefits through Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI), the Social Security Administration (SSA) may periodically check in on you to see if you are still disabled.  To continue receiving...

What is Permanent Partial Disability in Arkansas?

If you suffered an injury at work, you might be able to claim workers’ compensation benefits for your injury.  Workers’ comp. pays different amounts of coverage for different injuries based on what kind of injury you sustained and how...

Should You Go to the Hospital After a Car Accident in Arkansas?

If you were in a car accident, you should always call 911 to report the accident to the police.  If someone is injured, you should request an ambulance as well.  But how do you know if you’re injured enough for an ambulance?  When an ambulance...

Can You Sue for Pain and Suffering for Car Accidents in Arkansas

“Pain and suffering” is a term that lawyers and courts use to refer to damages you can receive in many injury lawsuits.  Instead of covering the costs of medical treatment, lost wages, or other results from injuries, pain and suffering damages...

Can You Sue a Hospital for Wrongful Death in Arkansas?

Losing a loved one is a terrible tragedy.  Many deaths occur in the hospital, whether after an accident or because of illness that was being treated at the time.  In many cases, the hospital and your loved one’s medical staff may have done everything...

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How to Apply for Workers’ Compensation in Arkansas

Every worker wants to know that they are covered under their employer’s workers’ compensation insurance. Arkansas’ workers’ compensation program provides injured workers with a safety net should they suffer a serious injury while working. However, a worker does not...

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Can You Work While on Workers’ Compensation in Arkansas?

Workers’ compensation is designed as a safety net for workers who are injured at the workplace. Some workers suffer injuries so severe that they cannot work at all for weeks or months at a time. However, some workers may feel that they are injured enough to receive...

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