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Understanding Shared Fault Laws

A serious car accident can leave you physically hurt, emotionally traumatized, and financially broken. If you were partially at fault for the crash, you may be wondering whether you have any legal recourse for compensation. In this article, we will consider the comparative negligence laws in Arkansas and how they impact vehicle accident claims. We […]

Emerging Technologies and Personal Injury Law

No one knows for sure when the first wheel was invented. Yet, most people would agree that this invention changed the world of transportation forever.  No matter your generation, you can likely remember a new gadget that has affected your life. Who could have predicted the birth of self-driving cars hundreds of years ago? As […]

Being Sued for Car Accident – What Can They Take?

Being involved in a minor car crash can be frustrating and time-consuming. However, serious car accidents that result in substantial property damage or personal injury can be life-altering events with far-reaching effects.  If you have been involved in a car accident, what can you expect of your case? Each state has different laws relating to […]

Common Questions About Catastrophic Injuries

A catastrophic injury is a severe injury to the skull, spine, spinal cord, or brain that has a permanent, long-lasting effect on the victim. Unfortunately, catastrophic injuries can be a common result of car accidents, personal property injuries, or negligent acts. If you or a loved one has sustained a catastrophic injury in Arkansas, contact […]

Little Rock Police Officer Hits Pedestrian With Patrol Car

On May 22nd, 2021, Arkansas police officer Rashaud Williams hit a pedestrian, Tony Harrison, with his patrol car. Harrison claims the officer was driving distracted. Traffic camera footage shows at 3:12 PM at the intersection of 12th Street and Peyton, Little Rock police officer Rashaud Williams turned a corner and struck Tony Harrison. The police […]

What Are the Long-Term Effects of a TBI?

A traumatic brain injury, or TBI, is an injury caused by a bump, blow, or jolt to the head that affects the way the brain works. TBIs can be mild, moderate, or severe. Those who suffer from mild TBIs may be able to recover safely at home, but unfortunately, a moderate or severe TBI can […]


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