Caddell Reynolds Opens New Office in North Little Rock

Caddell Reynolds Little Rock Arkansas Injury Attorneys 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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Caddell Reynolds is Thrilled to Launch Our New Site and Logo!

Caddell Reynolds Law Firm Arkansas Oklahoma February 15th, 2018

After months of planning, we are excited to announce the launch of our new website! CaddellReynolds.com was designed with our clients in mind, creating an easy to navigate, user-friendly experience. Please use our website as a resource for information on all types of personal injury claims, as well as valuable safety prevention content. Take advantage of…

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Explaining the Lemon Law in Arkansas and Oklahoma

Arkansas Lemon Laws April 12th, 2017

Did you purchase a lemon? Drivers in Oklahoma and Arkansas who unknowingly purchase defective cars can contact attorneys experienced in lemon law litigation for a remedy. Lemon laws are meant to protect consumers who unknowingly purchase defective vehicles. If someone selling a vehicle advertises the vehicle as “dependable,” “in good condition” or otherwise represents the…

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October 24th, 2013

The recent increase in fracking as a method to get natural gas out of the ground has generated a controversy as to whether such approach is warranted.   Its supporters claim that it offers a great opportunity to secure a cheap source of domestic energy production and creates good jobs in the natural gas sector.  Its detractors claim that it has various adverse environmental consequences.   The…

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October 23rd, 2013

Recently a federal judge up in New York decided that the manner in which New York City police conduct their “stop-and-frisk” approach violates the Equal Protection Clause of the United States Constitution.   That clause of the Constitution requires that the police do not treat people of certain nationalities, races or religions differently in the way in which they enforce the law.   The decision vaulted the…

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