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8 Ways to Protect Your Child From Vehicle-Related Heatstroke in Arkansas

by June 22, 2016 » Add the first comment.

Summer in Arkansas can get fairly steamy. Our climate, like most of the South, is hot and humid from June until September, making heat exhaustion and heatstroke a real risk. As the temperatures rise, read this refresher on child safety and driving during the summer. If your child has suffered Read more »

Arkansas Road Work Zone Driving Safety Tips

by June 14, 2016 » Add the first comment.

In today’s world, you may feel like you see those familiar orange traffic cones on the road more often than not. While work zones often create traffic headaches, they ensure our roadways stay safe for years to come. As you drive through these areas throughout Arkansas, remember that driver safety Read more »

Wrongful Death Claims

by March 8, 2012 » Add the first comment.

Most people are aware of wrongful death cases because of the famous case against Michael Jackson’s doctor. The trial was publicized so much that it almost made the issue seem isolated from reality. Surprisingly, deaths caused by medication errors total around 7,000 each year. Other causes of wrongful death include Read more »

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