Everyday, countless lives are destroyed or seriously disrupted due to car accidents caused by negligent drivers. A driver is negligent when they do not demonstrate reasonable care while they are operating a vehicle, such as driving too fast for conditions, failing to stop at a stop sign or red-light, drunk driving, speeding, talking on a cell phone or anything else that distracts a driver or puts others unnecessarily at risk.
It is important to contact an attorney immediately after you are involved in an accident so that valuable time and resources are not wasted, and memories and witnesses are not lost. If you wait to contact an Arkansas car accident lawyer, it may ultimately affect your ability to receive fair compensation for your injuries.
Depending on the circumstances of your accident, you may have the right to collect for medical bills, loss of wages and ability to earn future wages, pain and permanent injuries (including disfigurement, broken bones and scarring, etc.) and more. Contact our Arkansas car accident lawyers at Easley & Houseal today to begin discussing what damages you are eligible for under law.