Experienced Arkansas Personal Injury Lawyers Handle a Variety of Cases
Arkansas attorneys help injured plaintiffs recover damages
At Grayson & Grayson P.A., in Heber Springs, Arkansas, we understand that being injured in an accident takes a physical, emotional and financial toll on you and your family. As a firm in your own community, we can give your case the personal attention it needs to help you get the relief you deserve. We leverage decades of experience to hold negligent parties responsible for our clients’ damages.
Helping victims of slip and fall accidents
A slip and fall accident can result in broken bones, fractures, a traumatic brain injury and even death. Property owners have a duty to ensure that visitors are not at an increased risk of suffering an injury while on their premises. If a property owner violated that duty and you were injured, you are entitled to seek recovery for your damages with a personal injury claim. Note, however, that your recovery will be reduced in proportion to your own fault, if any, such as by ignoring posted signs or warnings about dangers on the property. We can explore the details of your case and help you seek compensation for the injuries you sustained.
Seeking compensation for those hurt in motor vehicle accidents
If you were injured in a car or motorcycle accident, you may be dealing with mounting medical bills, lost wages and possibly years of pain and suffering. Our firm can look carefully at the circumstances of your accident and explain what you might be entitled to. Arkansas is an “at-fault” state, which means you can file a claim against the driver who caused the accident and seek compensation for the full range of your damages.
Determining who is at fault in truck accidents
Damages following an accident with a large truck can be severe. In cases of catastrophic injury, such as brain or spinal cord damage, victims may need special equipment and care for the rest of their lives. In cases of death, family members may be entitled to make a claim for wrongful death and seek compensation for the damages they suffer as a result of the loss of their loved one.
While a truck driver who causes an accident that results in injuries can be held legally liable for the damages of the injured parties, the trucking company that employs the trucker, as well as the truck’s owner, lessor, loader and maintenance mechanic, can also often be held liable. As experienced truck accident attorneys, we will help you fight for all the compensation you are entitled to for your injuries.
Contact local and experienced personal injury attorneys today for a free consultation
If you need representation in a personal injury matter in Arkansas, Grayson & Grayson can help. You have a limited time in which to file a claim against the insurance company or to file a lawsuit against the negligent party. Call us at 501-302-0563 or contact us online for a free initial case evaluation.