Little Rock Program to Raise Goodwill for Drivers, Bicyclists

July 20th, 2018

Little Rock recently announced plans to implement the Friendly Driver Program—a 90-minute course on traffic safety for both drivers and bicyclists. With the move, city leaders hope to promote overall safety—and empathy for both pedestrians and bicyclists. A full article on the proposal is available here. The Friendly Driver Program is an education effort that…

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Bill Reynolds Appears on Good Day NWA to Discuss Traffic Safety

July 17th, 2018

July is National Roadside Traffic Safety Awareness Month. With warmer weather upon us, more motorists are hitting to the roads of Arkansas. School is out—and many families are taking to the road for extended trips. With this in mind, Bill Reynolds of Caddell Reynolds Injury Law joined the hosts of Good Day NWA to discuss…

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Caddell Reynolds Represents Arkansas Man Jailed for Murder in False Imprisonment Suit

July 11th, 2018

A man accused of murder 12 years ago has recently filed a lawsuit for false imprisonment—including complaints against a police chief, criminal investigators, and a crime lab in Northwest Arkansas. A detailed article on the story is available here. After serving 1,121 days in prison for a 2012 murder, Rico Cohn was released in 2015…

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This Independence Day, Spark Fireworks Safely

June 29th, 2018

Fireworks are a traditional part of many Fourth of July celebrations. And, with our nation’s birthday approaching, we encourage Arkansas residents to be mindful of firework safety. You may have noticed firework stands across town set up ready to sell some grand fireworks. State law allows vendors to sell fireworks from June 20 and until…

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Social Security Disability Hearings: Short Staffed, Long Waits

June 25th, 2018

If you have a medical or mental condition that affects your daily life, you’re not alone. Nearly 1 in 5 adults are classified as disabled. But while disabling conditions are relatively common among the adult population, the process of applying for federal disability benefits prevents many from getting the help they need. A recent article in…

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Attorney Tony Pirani Appears on Good Day NWA to Discuss Summer Safety Tips

June 22nd, 2018

With summer just beginning, many people will soon enjoy time out on our beautiful Arkansas lakes or rivers in their boats or personal watercrafts. Many people look to beat the heat by boating with more than 200,000 boats registered statewide, according to the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission. Tony Pirani, attorney at Caddell Reynolds Law…

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Bill Reynolds Appears on Good Day NWA to discuss Motorcycle Safety

May 25th, 2018

May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month. With warmer weather, it’s time to remind everyone to be on the alert and to share the road with motorcyclists. Motorcyclists are much more vulnerable to crashes than other drivers. Many accidents happen because motorcycles cannot be seen in a vehicle’s blind spot. Drivers should always check for motorcyclists…

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Chapter 12 Bankruptcy: Is It the Answer?

May 24th, 2018

Farmers have been hit hard by new tariffs. Many find themselves denied loans—and about to lose their hard-earned family businesses. These good men and women face bankruptcy—forced to walk away from land they’ve worked with their own hands. Bankruptcy may be the solution… but you need to understand your legal rights. Bankruptcy law is complicated…

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Arkansas Police Participate in Click It or Ticket Campaign

May 18th, 2018

The Fort Smith Police Department will take part in the upcoming Click It or Ticket campaign, which begins on May 21. The campaign will take place next week from May 21 to June 3. This comes as the busy summer travel season begins. To read the full story, click here. “Buckling up is such a…

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Arkansas Children’s Hospital Studies App to Promote Child Car Seat Safety

May 15th, 2018

Did you know that three out of every four car seats are not used or installed correctly? The Arkansas Children’s Hospital concluded a smartphone app could be an effective way to promote car seat safety. The goal of the experiment was to find a way to cut down child injuries and deaths by promoting car…

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Former University of Arkansas Football Star Files Lawsuit

May 2nd, 2018

Our lawyer, Bill Horton, is representing former University of Arkansas Fayetteville football star Rawleigh Williams after he filed a lawsuit alleging breach of contract against Insurance company Lloyd’s of London. Rawleigh Williams is suing Lloyd’s of London for breach of contract, claiming they have not paid on a $1 million disability insurance policy. “The reason…

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Caddell Reynolds Opens New Office in North Little Rock

April 25th, 2018

Caddell Reynolds—a leading personal injury, social security disability benefits, and bankruptcy law firm serving Arkansas—is excited to announce the opening of our new office in North Little Rock. Our new location is: Caddell Reynolds 5515 JFK Boulevard                                    …

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