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Arkansas Truck, Motorcycle and Car Accident Lawyers Who Care

In 2015, 531 traffic fatalities occurred in the state of Arkansas. Unfortunately, 2015 was not unique in this respect; there are thousands of injuries and deaths on our roads and highways every year.

Motor vehicle accidents can be life-altering. If you’ve been in an accident, you should be focused on recovering — not handling the ins and outs of the legal system. You might have medical bills piling up, as well as your other bills that you have a hard time paying because you’ve missed work. You may be dealing with a life-changing disability, such as a spinal cord injury or a traumatic brain injury.

You may also be dealing with psychological and emotional injuries like pain, suffering, and depression that can alter your life just as easily as a physical injury.

For those life-altering accidents, you can find help in the legal system. Unfortunately, navigating the legal system is very difficult by yourself, and the other side – the driver at fault, their attorneys, and the insurance companies behind them – won’t make receiving the compensation you deserve easy.

What Should I Do After a Motor Vehicle Accident?

First, it’s important to know what you should do after you are involved in a motor vehicle accident.

It’s normal to have a lot of questions after you’re involved in a wreck. After the accident, you should follow these steps:

  • Get medical care immediately.
  • Preserve any evidence that may be essential for your claim.
  • Give accurate statements to the responding law enforcement officer.
  • Get follow-up medical treatment as soon as you can.
  • Contact a motor vehicle accident attorney that can help you get compensation for your losses.

Be very careful about what you tell anyone – including friends, family, and co-workers – about the accident. Don’t agree to talk with insurance companies, the insurance company’s attorneys, the other driver, or the other driver’s attorneys without legal representation of your own. You could jeopardize your case or your ability to get maximum compensation.

Talking things over with a lawyer of your own will be the single biggest step you can take to make your life whole again.

What Can Arkansas Car Accident Attorneys Do for Me?

Arkansas motor vehicle attorneys can do something extremely valuable for you: represent you in your journey through the legal system to get adequate compensation for your injuries and suffering.

It all starts with the compensation you need. You may be able to receive payment for the following:

  • Medical costs
  • Pain and suffering
  • Loss of quality of life
  • Loss of skills necessary for your job
  • Physical disfigurement
  • Temporary or permanent disability
  • Loss of income from not being able to work
  • Property damage
  • Any impairment that affects your health or livelihood

The right attorneys can help you estimate how much you could receive if you have a good case. This usually comes in the form of either a settlement – in which you and the other side work out an agreement for compensation – or a verdict at trial, in which you can receive a payment for not only your actual costs, but for your pain and suffering.

The size of your payment could vary significantly based on whether or not you have representation. Researchers at the Insurance Research Council found that victims who are represented by an attorney received three times as much as those without attorneys. Needless to say, attorney representation is highly recommended.

How Hare Wynn Can Help

We investigate collisions that involve at least two motor vehicles in order to determine if another driver’s negligence and/or recklessness resulted in the injury or death of our clients.

Our auto accident lawyers help people who have suffered a number of injuries, including serious brain injuries, neck injuries, back injuries, spinal cord injuries, fractures, breaks, burns, dislocations, paralysis, and more. If any of these things happen to you, you want caring attorneys on your side, fighting for your rights.   

Specifically, Hare Wynn investigates the following types of crashes:

  • Accidents, collisions, and crashes involving alcohol and/or drugs
  • Hit-and-run accidents that result in personal injuries and/or property damage
  • Rear end collisions
  • Intersection accidents
  • Accidents, crashes, and collisions involving a motorcycle
  • Rollover accidents involving all types of motor vehicles
  • Crashes involving semi-trucks, 18-wheelers, and tractor-trailers
  • Uninsured and underinsured drivers
  • Wrongful death lawsuits

These cases often require an experienced engineer who’s trained to completely recreate the scene of the collision by determining the speeds of each car involved, calculating impact angles, and anything else deemed necessary to get the best possible compensation for our clients. We have great relationships with well-qualified professionals in this field, both locally and nationally.

Get Help Today from Lawyers Who Care

The Arkansas truck and car accident lawyers at Hare Wynn won’t let you continue to suffer because of another driver’s mistakes.

The bottom line: We won’t rest until we have examined every angle of the accident and uncovered the source of the fault.

Have you been injured in a motor vehicle accident? Contact the experienced lawyers at Hare Wynn. We are ready to help you get the compensation you deserve – because we care.

Contact Us

Practicing Attorneys

Shawn B. Daniels

Jason Earley

Sarah Jewell


2226 Cottondale Lane
Suite 210
Little Rock, AR 72202
Phone: 877-225-6312
Fax: 501-225-5501


129 West Sunbridge Drive
Fayetteville, AL 72703
Phone: 479-521-7000
Fax: 479-437-2007

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