Jonesboro Car Accident Lawyers
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The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reported that in 2018 there were over 500 traffic fatalities in Arkansas. 134 fatalities were a result of alcohol-impaired driving, and 131 were speed-related. In the same year, the NHTSA reported that 86 fatal crashes involved a large truck, 151 involved a vehicle rollover, and 340 involved a roadway departure. In 2018 there were 71 intersection-related fatalities in Arkansas.
Many personal injuries throughout the country are caused by motor vehicle accidents. The failure to pay full attention to the task of driving is one of the highest contributing factors to fatal car accidents in and around Arkansas.
If you or a loved one has suffered injuries in an auto accident that was caused by another party's negligence, we can help you obtain the compensation you deserve. Contact our car accident attorneys in Jonesboro for the assistance that you deserve! You may be entitled to a substantial amount of compensation for the injuries that you have suffered.
- Damages that potentially can be recovered after a car accident include:
- Pain and suffering
- Lost wages
- Loss of earning capacity
- Medical expenses
- Costs of rehabilitation
You should not be silent and suffer alone if you have been injured because of the negligence of another driver. At Wells & Wells, we are professionals who can provide you with the time and attention you need to address your legal concerns.
We pride ourselves on offering caring and attentive legal guidance during this difficult time you are experiencing. When you trust in the representation that we offer, we can help you move forward with your life after a car collision.
Arkansas Car Accident FAQ
Our Jonesboro auto accident lawyers are here to answer your car accident questions. Don't see an answer to your question? You can always contact the Wells & Wells office to schedule a free and confidential consultation!
- When am I required to report a car accident in Arkansas? Arkansas Code § 27-53-202 requires motorists to report a car crash any time that someone is injured or killed, or the damage to any property appears to be in excess of $1,000. All accidents should be reported to the Arkansas Office of Driver Services. While a police officer will typically make the report for you, if one does not fill our the report at the scene you are still responsible to submit proper documentation.
- Are drivers required to carry car insurance in Arkansas? Yes, they are. At minimum, all motorists are required to carry liability insurance in the amount of $25,000 for bodily injury or death of one person in a single accident, $50,000 for bodily injury or death of more than one person in a single accident, and $25,000 for property damage in a single accident.
- How long do I have to file my auto accident lawsuit in Arkansas? According to Arkansas Code Annotated section 16-56-105, motorists have up to 3 years following the date of their accident to file a personal injury lawsuit against the responsible party.
Schedule a Free Case Evaluation
To learn more about how our firm can assist you with your auto accident claim, we encourage you to schedule a free case evaluation. During this complimentary assessment, our Jomesboro car accident lawyers can begin to develop a strategy for how to best advocate for your rights.
Our firm has credentials that set us apart. One of our attorneys has been selected to be included in the "Outstanding Lawyers in America" list and the Best Personal Injury and Workers' Compensation Lawyers feature by Arkansas Times.
Call (870) 782-4084 or complete an online form today for the powerful legal guidance you deserve.
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