Car Accident Lawyer in Arkansas
From Interstate 40 (I-40) to Arkansas Highway 10 to U.S. Route 70 (US 70), Arkansas has no shortage of major roads that see massive volumes of regular traffic. The number of residents and visitors alike who use these roads inevitably means that some people will be involved in motor vehicle collisions.
Car crashes in the Natural State can have dramatic effects on the lives of all people involved. In some cases, the results may be fatal.
Need an Injury Lawyer Arkansas represents clients who sustained serious injuries and the families whose loved ones were killed in automobile accidents. Our firm represents clients in communities throughout Washington County, Garland County, Benton County, Pulaski County, Sebastian County, Craighead County, Jefferson County, Saline County, Faulkner County, and many other nearby areas of Arkansas.
Types of Car Accidents in Arkansas
Car crashes can involve a variety of different causes. In many cases, one driver’s negligence is usually to blame, but there can be certain other contributing factors in some accidents. An experienced attorney can conduct a diligent investigation to determine the cause of your crash and hold all negligent parties accountable.
Some of the types of car accidents that Need an Injury Lawyer Arkansas handles most often include, but are not limited to:
- Distracted Driving Accidents
- High Speed Accidents
- Side-Impact Collisions
- Head-On Collisions
- Rear-End Accidents
- Driving While Intoxicated (DWI or DUI) Accidents
- Ridesharing (Uber or Lyft) Accidents
- Hit and Run Accidents
- Uninsured Motorist Accidents
When a person is involved in any kind of automobile collision—even a seemingly minor “fender bender”—he or she should still seek medical attention. Some injuries do not involve immediate symptoms but can lead to very serious consequences later on.
Additionally, insurers for negligent parties frequently use any delay in medical treatment as evidence that a victim’s injuries are not as serious as they claim. It is always in your best interest to see a doctor or some other kind of medical professional just to be sure and have that person perform some kind of routine check to ensure your health and also create a medical record that will bolster the strength of your personal injury case.
Arkansas Car Insurance Requirements
Under Arkansas Code § 27-22-104, all motorists operating motor vehicles in the state are required to have automobile insurance policies that carry the following minimum liability amounts:
- $25,000 — Bodily injury/death for one person in one accident;
- $50,000 — Bodily injury/death for two or more persons in one accident; and
- $15,000 — Property damage.
If a driver happens to be uninsured or underinsured (meaning he or she lacks sufficient limits to cover the costs relating a victim’s injuries), it does not mean that a victim is out of luck. In many cases, victims can file claims with their own insurance companies to seek compensation for the amounts that the negligent party is unable to cover.
Find an Arkansas Car Accident Attorney
Were you seriously injured or was your loved one killed in an automobile accident in Arkansas? Make sure that you contact Need an Injury Lawyer Arkansas before you speak to the negligent party’s insurance company or sign any kind of paperwork.
Our firm handles these types of cases on a contingency fee basis, so you will not pay us anything without receiving a financial award. You can contact us 24 hours a day, seven days a week to arrange a free, no obligation consultation at which our experienced personal injury attorneys will provide an honest and through evaluation of your case.