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Category: Auto Accidents

Car Accidents Caused by Autonomous Vehicles: Who’s Liable?

Over the past decade, there has been a boom in emerging technologies and implicitly, an increase in the study and use of autonomous vehicle technology. Companies like Google and Tesla have been developing and testing these so-called “self-driving cars.” Despite the many safety features put in place, these vehicles have their flaws.  A 2022 study by the […]

No-Fault Insurance and How It Impacts Car Accident Claims in Arkansas

Arkansas, like most states, requires drivers to maintain minimum insurance requirements in order to legally operate a vehicle on the state’s roads and highways. Some states follow “at-fault” car insurance rules while others operate under a “no-fault” insurance system.  When it comes to no-fault insurance, Arkansas is considered to be an “add-on” state. Driver’s license […]

The Auto Accident Trial Process

You have probably heard that most car accident lawsuits never end up in court. The Bolch Judicial Institute at Duke Law School noted that around 1 percent of civil lawsuits – which include car accident cases – filed in federal courts result in a trial. However, civil trials can and do happen, so it pays to get […]

What Does a Car Accident Lawyer Do?

Car accident lawyers work hard to help accident victims file personal injury claims to work for financial recovery. After a collision, you might be dealing with serious injuries, medical expenses, and lost wages, but experienced car accident lawyers can guide you through these challenges. A personal injury lawyer can help you communicate with the insurance […]

How Much Can Someone Sue for a Car Accident?

Car accident victims are often left dealing with medical bills, property damage, and other financial losses. According to the US Department of Transportation, the annual economic cost of car accidents in Arkansas is over $2.3 billion. If you were injured in an Arkansas car accident, you may be wondering how much your case is worth. […]


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