Rogers, AR Motorcycle Accident Attorneys


It is the job of insurance companies and the adjusters they hire to settle your accident and injury claim for the least amount of money. It is our job at Caddell Reynolds to settle your insurance claim for the most money. It’s that simple. We are your advocate and will go the distance to represent your best interests at all times. You deserve maximum compensation for your claim and should not have to face the insurance company alone. The harsh reality is that many insurance agents are paid bonuses to keep claims low and do not always have your best interest in mind.

The most recent accident stats show that 88,000 motorcycle accidents occur annually in the U.S. causing injury. And 4,976 bikers lost their lives in accidents on the road. Motorcycle accident insurance claims can be more complex and require a highly experienced motorcycle accident lawyer to sift through the facts, investigate the accident, interview witnesses if available, and build a case on your behalf.


  • Motorist turns left in front of the motorcycle
  • Motorist switches lanes and hits the motorcycle
  • Motorist rear-ends the motorcycle
  • Motorist opens the door, hitting the motorcycle

Arkansas has a variety of laws to help protect riders, including making it mandatory to wear a helmet and eye protection. The law also states that a passenger cannot ride on the back of a bike unless there is a passenger seat. Children under the age of eight-years-old are prohibited from being passengers on a motorcycle.

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 motorcycle 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

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.

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.


Motorcycle Accidents: Is it Your Fault, or Theirs?


If you were recently injured in a crash while riding your motorcycle, you might be wondering if you can seek compensation from the other driver.

It’s best to get a consultation from a personal injury attorney if you are thinking about suing. But before you learn more about how to sue for personal injury after an accident, consider these details to help establish if the crash was your fault or someone else’s.


Motorcycle accidents are often devastating for motorcyclists. Without the same protection that cars give drivers, motorcyclists can be seriously hurt or killed in collisions. In general, collisions between cars and motorcycles are often considered the fault of the driver of the car. This is typically because drivers of cars don’t always see or even look for motorcycles on the road. That explains why one study found that in 66 percent of collisions involving motorcycles and cars, the car violated the motorcyclist’s right of way.

This is especially a problem at intersections, such as when a car takes a left and cuts off a motorcycle going straight. In fact, 42 percent of accidents between cars and motorcycles occur as a result of a car making a left-hand turn into the path of a motorcycle. If a car cuts you off as you were going straight, the accident may be ruled the fault of the driver of the car, which means your personal injury attorney may be able to help you get compensation for your medical bills and time off work.


In some cases, the motorcyclist is at fault in an accident. One study by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) discovered that 35 percent of motorcycle deaths in 2011 were due to the motorcyclist speeding. In addition, 33 percent were riding their motorcycle while under the influence of alcohol. If speed or alcohol were factors in your accident, you might have trouble proving that the collision was the other driver’s fault.

Regardless of the details of your crash, you can always talk to a personal injury attorney to find out if you have a lawsuit. If you want to learn more about how to sue for personal injury after your accident in Arkansas or Oklahoma, contact Nolan Caddell Reynolds at 866-242-0452 to schedule your free case evaluation.