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Can I Sue My Employer if I Slipped on Ice at Work in Arkansas?

Icy walkways are very dangerous, and a slip and fall accident might lead to severe injuries. If you slipped on ice at work, you typically cannot sue your employer, but you might have other legal options. Generally, employees cannot sue their employers after falling on...

Can You Collect Workers’ Compensation After Being Fired in Arkansas?

Injured employees rely on the Workers’ Compensation system in Arkansas to make ends meet while recovering from work-related accidents and injuries. If workers are injured at work and then fired, their Workers’ Compensation benefits might become complicated. You can...

Can You Get Fired for Getting Hurt at Work in Arkansas?

Unfortunately, it is not uncommon for employers to try to fire, demote, or otherwise punish employees who get hurt at work and attempt to claim workers’ compensation benefits. However, the State of Arkansas has laws that prevent employers from taking these actions...

Will I Maintain My Workers’ Comp If I Just Moved to Arkansas?

Life is rarely a straight and uninterrupted path. Events and circumstances pull folks in many directions. A work-related injury could easily impact your plans. Some people are required to move out of state for personal or economic reasons. Moving is a stressful event...

What Happens When Workers’ Compensation Runs Out in Arkansas?

Under Arkansas law, most employers are required to carry workers’ compensation insurance coverage to protect their employees if they are injured on the job. Many injured workers rely on these benefits to pay their medical expenses and provide income if they cannot...

Can You Get Workers’ Comp for a Neck Injury in Arkansas?

Neck injuries are common in the workplace. Unfortunately, many people will experience such an injury at some point in their careers. Neck injuries can be severe enough to prevent you from returning to work and doing the things you used to do. Injured workers may ask...

What Qualifies for Workers’ Compensation in Arkansas?

Arkansas’ workers’ compensation law provides injured workers financial benefits if they were hurt during the course of their employment. Under this system, an injured worker only needs to prove that their injury occurred while they were working. Unlike a personal...

Can an Individual be Sued for a Workplace Injury in Arkansas?

Individuals who are hurt at their workplace in Arkansas are typically permitted to collect monetary benefits under Arkansas’ workers’ compensation law to cover their medical expenses and their lost wages. However, there are situations when a worker is entitled to file...

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What is Considered “Negligence” in Arkansas?

As an Arkansas victim, it’s important to learn whether or not you can bring a compensation claim against the person that caused your injuries. If an at-fault party acted negligently, the answer is most likely yes. But what’s considered negligence in Arkansas? Any...

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What Are Punitive Damages in Arkansas?

When an injured plaintiff files a lawsuit, they must claim damages very specifically. In some cases, punitive damages might be available, although they are different than typical compensatory damages. Unlike compensatory damages, punitive damages are designed to...

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