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How Do I Know if My Car Is Recalled, and What Do I Do Next?

by July 20, 2016 » Add the first comment.

Vehicle recalls often make the national news, and they’re happening at a higher rate than usual. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 22 million vehicles were involved in recalls in 2014 alone. Big names like GM and Toyota have been involved in massive recalls in the past few Read more »

Distracted Driving Laws in Arkansas

by July 14, 2016 » Add the first comment.

Distracted driving leads to many auto accidents that result in death and injury of thousands each year. As technology becomes increasingly ubiquitous, the amount of distractions around us increase. To combat the rate of injury, many states are implementing distracted driving statutes. What are the rules in Arkansas, and what Read more »

Summer Break Child Safety Tips and Guidelines in Arkansas

by June 23, 2016 » Add the first comment.

Summer is an exciting time for children who can enjoy an extended break before heading into the next grade at school. However, rising mercury can also spell trouble for youngsters who like to play outdoors. Heat exhaustion, sunburns, car heatstrokes, bugs, and other risks can take away the fun of Read more »

Drunk Driving in Arkansas: The Facts

by June 10, 2016 » Add the first comment.

In the state of Arkansas, a law enforcement officer can pull someone over on suspicion of DUI if he or she is engaged in any form of reckless behavior, including weaving and accelerating and decelerating erratically. According to the most recent information about drunk driving fatalities in Arkansas from, Read more »

5 Reasons Your Accident Insurance Claim Was Denied in Little Rock

by June 8, 2016 » Add the first comment.

When you sign up for an insurance policy, you expect coverage availability when you need it. The claims process, unfortunately, is not as simple as collecting money from a savings account. You must prove certain things to secure rightful benefits, and insurance representatives are often incentivized to keep payouts as Read more »

One dead in early morning car and truck collision

by November 14, 2012 » Add the first comment.

Insights regarding vehicle accidents in Arkansas – David and Goliath is a story that has been read and reread to generations of men and women over a millennium. The smaller, weaker warrior can triumph over the bigger, stronger giant with faith, determination, and ingenuity. Let’s translate this story into different Read more »

What to do if you are involved in a serious vehicle accident

by January 3, 2012 » Add the first comment.

If you are involved in a serious car accident, you need to know your legal rights and what actions to take. Car accidents can cause you to be upset and forget about the most logical things you must do. Even if you are lucky to escape without bodily injuries, a Read more »

Should you call an attorney after an auto accident?

by November 18, 2011 » Add the first comment.

Why is it important to call an accident attorney if you have suffer an injury in a car crash? A car accident attorney can help you decide what to do after an accident. Simply calling does not mean that you will need an attorney for a trial. You may be Read more »

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