Rogers, AR Car Accident Attorneys

GETTING THE RIGHT REPRESENTATION AFTER A CAR ACCIDENT

Receiving fair and just compensation is the goal when you have been in a car accident in Jonesboro, Fort Smith, Fayetteville or Rogers, Arkansas. With miles of freeways and back roads, an accident is certainly a possibility. When we represent a client in a car accident case, our goal is ensuring the compensation received for that accident is fair based on the damages.

Being injured in an automobile accident can be one of the most stressful events in your life. And having to deal with all of the insurance red tapes, just adds more stress to an already difficult situation.

While monetary compensation will not heal an injury or bring back a loved one, it can help pay for:

  • medical bills
  • lost wages
  • property damage
  • future medical care
  • pain & suffering

Contact us Today for Help, You’ll be Glad You Did.

Caddell Reynolds has been serving Arkansas & Oklahoma clients for many years. Our experienced Rogers car accident attorneys are dedicated to finding solutions to problems for our clients. Contact us at one of our offices near you for a free consultation.

Rogers Office:
211 Second Street, Rogers, AR 72756
800-671-4100

Contact us today to schedule a free consultation about your case at our Rogers office, which is located at 211 Second Street, Rogers, AR, 72756. We can also meet at a location that is more convenient for you.

To schedule a free consultation with one of our attorneys, fill out the contact form at the bottom of this page, or call Caddell Reynolds Injury Law at 800-671-4100.

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Rogers is a city in Benton County, Arkansas. Located in the northwest portion of Arkansas, it is part of the Fayetteville-Springdale-Rogers Metropolitan area, and contains a population of 55,964 citizens. This makes it the eighth most populous city in the state. The city gets its name from Captain Brent Elliott Rogers, who was vice president and manager of the Frisco Railway.

Rogers Legal Resources:

Arkansas Bar Association– The ArkBar represents its members’ interests, provides money-saving services, promotes the profession, and alerts members to the issues created by proposed legislation that affect their law practice.

Benton County Clerk – The Benton County Clerk is responsible for licensing and certifications, including marriage, in addition to voter registration and elections. The County Clerk also serves as the court secretary for the probate and county court, as well as additional duties to the quorum court.

Benton County Courts Office – The Benton County Courts Office handles data entry of files with regards to the court, maintenance of the files for all courts, and maintenance of the dockets for the Circuit Judges.

 

Take a look at our top 7 safety tips so that you and your family get to your destination without incident. And if you do end up in an accident, be sure to reach out to an attorney who is an expert in car accidents and personal injury so that you and your family are treated fairly.

1. BE EXTRA CAREFUL AT NIGHT AND DURING BAD WEATHER

For many people, it’s harder to see clearly at night. Even with your high-beams on, visibility is limited to about 500 feet, and the surrounding darkness can affect your depth perception and peripheral vision. Nighttime is also when teens, tired drivers, and intoxicated people may be on the road, so pay extra attention when you drive after sundown.

Additionally, driving in inclement weather dramatically increases your chances of having a car wreck. According to the Federal Highway Administration, there are nearly 1,259,000 weather-related car accidents in the United States alone. 73% of these accidents occur on wet pavement, which is reason enough to be extra mindful while driving in the rain.

2. WATCH OUT FOR DISTRACTED DRIVERS

One of the biggest dangers on the road is a distracted driver. If a car near you is swerving, going way under the speed limit or taking a long time to realize the light is green, avoid driving near them. The driver may be texting, impaired or even falling asleep. In 2015, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reported that 3,477 people in the United States were killed in distracted driving accidents. Keeping your focus on the road is a literal life-saver.

3. STAY IN THE RIGHT LANE

Most freeway collisions occur in the left lane, since that’s where people tend to speed. If you want to increase your changes of staying safe this summer, stick to the right lane. Not only are people more likely to drive the speed limit there, but you’re also closer to the shoulder in case you need to quickly get off the road.

4. BE AWARE OF PEDESTRIANS

Summer is also when more pedestrians are out due to the nice weather. People who are walking or riding a bike don’t always wear reflective clothing or stay in crosswalks, so be alert, especially when you drive through areas that are popular places for people to walk or ride a bike. The same goes for motorcyclists—be alert and always check your blind spots before changing lanes or turning.

5. KEEP YOUR CAR WELL-MAINTAINED

Over 65,000 car accidents occur every year due to poor car maintenance. Make sure your brakes and tires are in great shape. Tune-ups, battery checks, and oil changes can keep your car running smoothly, which should reduce your odds of getting stranded on the side of the road.

If you end up in a collision and need a personal injury lawyer to represent you, come to Nolan Caddell Reynolds for help. We’ll give you a free case evaluation and the support you expect when you come to a car accident lawyer after a collision. Call Nolan Caddell Reynolds at 866-242-0452.

 

The Top 6 FAQs We Get About the Car Accident Lawsuit Process

 

According to the most recent Arkansas State Police highway safety report, 60,947 crashes were reported on the state’s public roads in 2014. If you or a loved one is involved in one of the many accidents that happen every year, you may end up needing the help of a qualified car accident lawyer in Arkansas. The car accident lawsuit process can be lengthy and complicated, but with the help of an experienced legal professional, you can ensure the best possible outcome and compensation for your damages.

As members of Arkansas’ most experienced personal injury firm, the lawyers at Nolan Caddell Reynolds have helped thousands of people just like you and answered countless questions along the way. Below are the six questions we hear most frequently in the wake of a car accident.

  1. HOW WILL I BENEFIT FROM FILING A CAR ACCIDENT LAWSUIT?

If you were not at fault in the accident, you might need to file a lawsuit to cover the cost of your damages. For example, if the other driver has no insurance or if their insurance company does not offer a fair settlement, you may need to take the at-fault driver or even the insurance company to court. The process of filing a suit against an uninsured driver or an insurance company can be quite involved, depending on the extent of physical and emotional injury, and it generally requires the assistance of an Arkansas car accident lawyer.

  1. WHAT ARE COMPENSATORY DAMAGES?

Compensatory damages are awarded to compensate a person for their loss, detriment, or injuries. In addition to damage to your property, like your vehicle, you might be entitled to financial compensation for your medical bills. Also, you may be compensated for any treatment needed in the future if you were physically or psychologically injured in an automobile crash. Mental anguish, loss of wages, and pain and suffering are all considered compensatory damages. Additionally, you may be awarded punitive damages if the court finds that the at-fault driver’s actions were malicious or grossly negligent.

  1. DO I STILL HAVE A CASE IF I DON’T FEEL INJURED AFTER AN ACCIDENT?

If you suffer from whiplash as the result of a car accident, you may not experience pain immediately following the collision. Instead, your pain may come days later in the form of stiffness, headaches, dizziness, and a burning sensation around your neck. In addition to physical pain, you may also develop insomnia, fatigue, memory problems, and muscle spasms. In all likelihood, you will have grounds for a lawsuit as long as you file within three years of your accident.

  1. HOW CAN A CAR ACCIDENT LAWYER HELP ME WIN A CASE?

Over the course of the car accident lawsuit process, your lawyer will work to establish a burden of proof that substantiates your suit. To receive compensation, your lawyer must also prove your injuries are real, that you may need future medical treatments, or that your injuries are temporarily or permanently disabling. Each step of your case will require careful planning and legal insight that requires an in-depth knowledge of car accident law.

  1. WHAT IS A COUNTERCLAIM?

After your lawyer has filed a lawsuit, the defendant involved will have a few weeks to respond. The response may include a counterclaim, which is a claim made to rebut the initial claim you made. Your lawyer will help you fight a counterclaim and defend your original position.

  1. HOW LONG DOES THE CAR ACCIDENT LAWSUIT PROCESS TAKE?

Car accident lawsuits may be settled at any time, before or after your lawyer files the suit. On the other hand, your lawsuit could take anywhere from several months to a year or more, depending on actions taken by the defendant’s lawyer, such as counterclaims, varying motions, and other stalling tactics.

If you are looking for a car accident lawyer in Arkansas, contact Nolan Caddell Reynolds at 866-242-0452 to start the investigation into your case and work toward the compensation you deserve.