Tag Archive: Little Rock personal injury attorney

What is a traumatic brain injury and how is it diagnosed?


With a recent rash of serious car crashes and with school football season now in session, I thought it important for my readers to know what a traumatic brain injury (TBI) is, and how it is diagnosed. Definition of a…
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How the “Rule of Seconds” could prevent an accident and perhaps save a life

Picture of truck who rear ended one car and crashed into another

The “Rule of Seconds” is used by commercial truck drivers to calculate a safe following distance. It’s a rule that you can apply when driving any vehicle, as well. It is a fact that big rig and bus accidents most…
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The importance of proper tire pressure and scheduled rotation

Mechanic rotating tires

Because tires are made to last longer than ever with marked improvements made over the years, many people tend to underestimate the importance of proper tire pressure and scheduled tire rotation. Even with the latest tire pressure monitoring systems in…
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How to determine who is at fault in a rear-end collision

Car with broken tail light

Typically, people tend to think that whoever rear-ended another car is the driver that is at fault. This is not always true. In this article I will discuss how to determine who is liable in a rear-end collision. WHEN THE…
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How to handle property damage when involved in a car accident

Photo of totaled car

Dealing with a lot of car accidents and resulting personal injuries in the course of my Little Rock law practice, I get a lot of calls about property damage. Some of them are very easy to answer and others a…
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Is your child being bullied at school?

Boy crying after being bullied

We’ve all heard about bullying in school. It has been going on for eons. Perhaps many of you were bullied when you went to school. I certainly know many people who were. The question today is, “Is your child being…
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New NTSB report says recall system for defective tires is broken

Worker looking at tires

A recent report from the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) said that the system for recalling defective tires is broken. Their study showed that only 1 in 5 faulty tires are being removed through the safety recall process because the…
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How are your medical bills paid for in a personal injury claim?

Pile of Bills

Many of my clients are concerned about mounting medical bills, after they have been hurt in an accident caused by someone else. They wonder how these bills are going to be paid. Some clients have health insurance they can rely…
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Soft tissue injuries: do you know the difference between a sprain and a strain?

Man with back strain

I was reviewing some medical records for two clients the other day. In one instance, the client was diagnosed with a sprained wrist, and the other with a cervical strain. It made me wonder if most people knew the difference…
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NHTSA report reveals 1 out of 5 drivers high while driving

Man driving taking medication

This year a report by the National Highway Traffic Safety Association (NHTSA) revealed that one out of five drivers is high while driving. While this statistic is stunningly disturbing, it is important to understand what types of drugs the drivers…
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