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What Does Accidental Death Insurance Cover in Arkansas?

Accidental death insurance is also known as accidental death and dismemberment (AD&D insurance). This insurance is different from a whole life insurance policy or a term life insurance policy and covers death only in the case of a serious accident. Many people...

Does Homeowners Insurance Cover Accidental Death in Arkansas?

Homeowners insurance covers many types of damages from accidents, fires, and other issues. In many cases, homeowners insurance could pay you damages if a loved one died in an accident. The property owner is often liable if negligence on their property injuries you or...

Can You Collect Social Security and Disability in Arkansas?

The Social Security Administration (SSA) pays both Social Security and disability to any qualifying recipients across the country. Disability is paid to people with serious injuries that prevent them from working, whereas traditional retirement benefits are available...

How Are Wrongful Death Proceeds Divided in Arkansas?

The law in Arkansas limits who can receive benefits from a wrongful death lawsuit. Under the Arkansas Wrongful Death Statute, only the surviving spouse, children, parents, or siblings of the deceased can receive damages for a wrongful death lawsuit. There are also...

How Long Does it Take to Settle a Wrongful Death Claim in Arkansas?

A lawsuit for the death of a loved one is likely something you want to get behind you quickly. There may be opportunities to settle your case and end it more quickly, but these opportunities do not always result in complete compensation and may leave your family...

How Long Does a Car Accident Lawsuit Take in Arkansas?

If you were in a serious car accident, you might be wondering how you are going to afford your medical bills and any other financial issues that may arise after the accident. The length of a car accident lawsuit can vary depending on the severity of the victim’s...

Are Car Accidents Public Records in Arkansas?

After a car accident happens, a lot of moving parts come into play. Things like reporting your crash to the police, giving a statement, contacting your insurance company, and filing a claim against the at-fault party can be overwhelming. Your driving record may become...

Is Workers’ Compensation Denied if You Quit Your Job in Arkansas?

Workers’ compensation is designed to get workers the medical care and wage coverage they need while they recover from short-term or long-term injuries. Since the system is designed to get you back to work and back into the workforce, you may jeopardize your...

The Average Work Injury Settlement in Arkansas

Fayetteville workers’ compensation lawyer Ken Kieklak has handled thousands of workplace injury and other personal injury lawsuits. One of the most common questions clients have revolves around what their case will be worth or what the average settlement is for...

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Can You Get Disability for Lupus in Arkansas?

Disabilities come in the form of extremely varied conditions, injuries, and health problems. Your ability to claim disability depends, in part, on the condition you have, but it depends primarily on the severity of your condition. Lupus is listed as a condition that...

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