Tag Archive: Arkansas personal injury attorneys

Teen passengers likely to mimic impaired drivers

Teen booked for DUI

As if you didn’t have enough to worry about now that your teen driver has a driver’s license….a new study conducted by the Health Behavior Branch of the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development reveals that teens who…
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Who is liable in Uber ridesharing accidents?

Uber driver in car showing smart phone smiling happily

Uber ridesharing has reached the shores of Little Rock, despite the anger and controversy surrounding its initial appearance by local taxi companies. Many customers extol Uber’s virtues, while others like to stay with the tried-and-true taxi cab services that have…
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Pedestrian safety tips

Mother and son waiting to cross road at a crosswalk

A while back, I wrote an article on liability in a pedestrian accident, but in this article I’d like to focus more on pedestrian safety tips. In 2013, there were 45 fatal pedestrian accidents in Arkansas, certainly not as many…
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True or False: Arkansas Personal Injury Quiz

Stick drawing showing two divergent roads saying true or false

There are a lot of misconceptions many people may have about personal injury law in Arkansas, so I’ve devised a little “True or False” quiz to help dispel them. Here goes. I was in a car accident and received injuries…
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Gas explosions pose risk for Arkansans

Firemen fighting gas explosion

Arkansans use natural gas and propane (LP gas) in their homes and businesses for such purposes of heating, cooking (including barbeque propane), and other uses. Unfortunately, they have the potential to cause gas explosions in both the workplace and the…
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