Tag Archive: Little Rock personal injury attorney Peter Miller

Will Smith’s movie “Concussion” sheds light on NFL brain injuries

Skelton image displaying highlighted brain injury

“Concussion,” which stars Will Smith as a doctor troubled by findings in an autopsy of a former pro-football player, brings traumatic brain injuries to the forefront of the public’s understanding of the phenomenon. In the film, Smith plays the real-life…
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Insights into truck accident statistics

Truck carrying hazardous materials on fire

As a Little Rock truck and car accident attorney, I’ve dealt with a lot of personal injury accidents involving big rigs. Truck accidents are serious business because they have the potential to cause so much harm. Sometimes they carry hazardous…
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The Volkswagen scandal and how it affects its car owners

Volkswagen Logo

It may be hard to believe, but Volkswagen, an icon of innovation and fuel-efficiency in the world of cars, has been lying through its teeth. Dubbed the “diesel dupe” and “dieselgate”, VW has been systematically putting high levels of carbon…
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Walmart suing own insurance companies for “bad faith” in Tracy Morgan accident

Semi truck crash

In late October 2015, Walmart filed a lawsuit against its own insurance companies claiming bad faith. The lawsuit states that the insurance companies refuse to pay their portions of the settlement reached with Saturday Night Live comedian Tracy Morgan. Walmart…
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The Legal Funny Bone

Witness testifying on the stand

There is so much pain and suffering in the world, that I think we all need to take a deep breath and find laughter wherever we can. That’s why, from time to time, I will be posting some humorous law-related…
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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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NHTSA seat belt recommendation on school buses seems like a no-brainer

Children looking out window of school bus

I respect our government agencies for the most part, but I have to take issue with the recent report from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) who now endorses three-point seat belts on school buses. I’m sorry, but a…
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Drunk Driving in Arkansas: BAC limits and jail time

Police administering sobriety test to drunk driver

In a recent article, I discussed Arkansas DWI and DUI penalties administered by the Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration. In this article, I will discuss additional aspects of driving while intoxicated. Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) limits in Arkansas Different…
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The psychology of bad driving behavior

Angry Driver at the wheel

Believe it or not, there is a decades-old branch of science called “traffic psychology.” It studies human and environmental factors that affect how we drive. Findings reveal that negative driving behaviors are shared by skilled drivers, as well as problem…
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Are municipal governments liable for slip and fall injuries on snowy and icy sidewalks?

Polar bear on icy snow

In a previous article, I discussed who might be liable for a slip and fall injury on snowy and icy sidewalks for home/property owners and businesses. In this article, I will address whether local municipalities are liable for such injuries….
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