Car accidents happen every day and have everlasting effects on the ones who have unfortunately been injured. In the last reported year approximately 70,000 people suffered personal injuries in car accidents in Arkansas.
What should you do if you've been involved in an accident? First of all, call the police and get the other driver's insurance information. If there were any witnesses to the accident, get their name and telephone numbers. If you have a camera or cell phone camera in your car, take pictures of the accident scene and the vehicles. Get medical attention as quickly as possible. DO NOT give any type of statement to the insurance company.
Following a car accident, families must determine how to pay hospital and doctor bills, how to be reimbursed for missed work, and how to recover from their injuries. Paul Pfeifer understands that traffic accidents cause serious financial and physical harm to the injured person and their families. Let a knowledgeable Arkansas car accident attorney help you and your family handle these hardships.
Unfortunately some people believe that insurance companies will pay their medical bills, lost wages, and settle their claim in a fair and judicious manner. However, insurance companies train their adjusters to minimize the value of the personal injury claim, thus maximizing the profit of the insurance company. Personal injury attorney Paul Pfeifer has been fighting for injured Arkansans for over a decade to make sure that his clients' rights are protected. Under Arkansas law there is a limited amount of time to file a claim for automobile accidents, so call today for a personal no-obligation consultation to discuss your rights and learn how you can recover fair and reasonable compensation for your injuries and losses.
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