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What is the Average Settlement for an 18-Wheeler Accident in Arkansas?

Trucking accidents can leave victims with serious injuries, totaled cars, and long-term recovery needs.  When your car gets hit by an 18-wheeler, the injuries you suffer are often far worse than the injuries from a car crash, and you could need months or years of...

What is Considered “Pain and Suffering” in Arkansas?

“Pain and suffering” is a term that is often thrown around in the context of injury cases.  Pain and suffering damages are one type of damages that you might be able to claim in your personal injury case, and it is important to understand what these...

Do Semi Truck Accident Cases Go to Trial in Arkansas?

The aftermath of an accident with a semi truck can be devastating.  Drivers and passengers hit by semi trucks often face severe injuries because of the size and weight of the truck.  In many cases, negligent truckers and trucking companies can be held...

How Does an Accident Affect a Car Lease in Arkansas?

If you get into an accident in a car that you own, insurance or a lawsuit will help you recover expenses for the vehicle damage, and you can repair or replace the car (whichever is appropriate).  Then, you can hopefully get back to your life after recovering from...

What Happens When a CDL Driver is Injured in an Accident in Arkansas?

Generally, when people hear about a truck accident, they may automatically assume that the truck driver is responsible for the crash. Truck drivers with a Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) are supposed to exercise more caution on the road due to the size and...

Can You Represent Yourself in a Car Accident in Arkansas?

After a car accident, it is natural to look for ways to help you recover all of your losses. For this reason, many may attempt to take over their case and represent themselves in court. Over our years of experience practicing law, we have learned that this may not be...

What to Do if the Insurance Injury Settlement is Too Low in Arkansas

If you were involved in an accident in Arkansas, you might have already talked to the insurance companies. You have a clear understanding of the details of your case and how much your claim may be worth. An offer from an insurance company after your accident may seem...

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What Do Disability Doctors Look For in Arkansas?

When you file a Social Security Disability application, the Social Security Administration (SSA) will utilize a team of medical professionals to review your claim to determine if your claim is approved or denied. This team of healthcare experts will complete a...

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Can You Sue After an Insurance Settlement in Arkansas?

Most personal injury victims will fight to get compensation after an accident. Insurance companies are aware of this, and they will always strive to solve the matter. To achieve this, insurance companies will come up with a settlement offer in an effort to solve...

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What To Do After a Truck Accident in Arkansas

Truck accidents are frightening experiences. People involved in crashes involving large commercial vehicles are often seriously injured, scared, and confused. Accident victims should focus on their health and the health and welfare of any passengers in their vehicle...

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