Accidents can happen to anyone at any time. It’s bad enough when they’re nobody’s fault, but when they’re caused by the reckless acts of someone else, you have legal rights. You may be entitled to significant compensation for the medical bills, pain and suffering, trauma, lost wages, and other costs of your injury. To get the compensation you deserve, you’ll need a Fayetteville, AR, personal injury lawyer who’s prepared to fight for your rights. Call The Niblock Law Firm today at 479-521-5510 to get your free case review. You can count on us to be by your side every step of the way.
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Getting help from us is fast and easy. You don’t even need to get up off the couch. Just call us at 479-521-5510, and we’ll review your case right away.
We Fight for Your
You deserve an accident lawyer who will fight for your rights. We’ll fight to give you the best shot at maximum compensation for your losses.
We won’t charge you anything for the initial consultation, and if we don’t win your case, you won’t owe us a single dime.
You Can Count on Us to Be There for You
We know just how difficult and traumatic this experience has been for you. You didn’t ask for this injury, and you didn’t ask for the stress of trying to get the compensation you need to make ends meet. You deserve financial relief for your losses like your medical bills, your pain and suffering, and more. Above all, you deserve to be able to focus on recovering and getting your life back.
At The Niblock Law Firm, our Fayetteville, AR, personal injury lawyers have seen many people like you come through our doors, and we genuinely care about what you’re going through. That’s why we’re prepared to fight for your rights every step of the way, as a dependable partner in your fight for the compensation you deserve.
Do I Have a Case?
If you were seriously hurt in an accident and the accident was someone else’s fault, you have a right to seek compensation. Our team at Niblock Law Firm has represented various types of injury cases, including:
- Slip-and-fall accidents
- Premises liability
- Vehicle accidents
- Injuries resulting from faulty products
- Nursing home abuse and neglect
- Medical malpractice
- Prescription drug incidents
- And others
Even if your accident wasn’t listed above, you likely have a personal injury case if you were injured when someone else acted recklessly.
When we sit down to review your case, we will first look at the statute of limitations. This means we have a certain timeline during which we have to file your lawsuit. In Arkansas, the statute of limitations time limit is three years from the date of the accident.
We also need to be sure that we can prove negligence, a term that means we have to prove the other person acted unreasonably or irresponsibly, their acts in some way led to the accident, and the accident was the direct cause of your injury.
In Arkansas, we have a modified comparative fault rule. This means that your award will be reduced by the percentage of your responsibility. For example, if you are 15% responsible, the compensation you can collect will be reduced by 15%.
But, if you are found 50% or more responsible, you can’t collect any compensation. That’s why having an experienced Fayetteville, AR, personal injury lawyer, like the attorneys at The Niblock Law Firm, is so important. Our team knows what your case needs to build strong evidence for your case to prove who is responsible for your injuries.
Do You Need Help Getting Compensation in Your Case?
Your personal injury attorney at The Niblock Law Firm is here to help you fight for the compensation you deserve.
What Kinds of Compensation Can I Get?
You may be able to collect compensation for a wide variety of injuries. It’s hard to put a specific dollar amount on what your specific case will be worth unless you receive a free case review, but in general, injured people can seek compensation for:
- Medical bills, including doctor’s visits, surgeries, procedures, therapy, medication, and more.
- Lost wages, and your future lost earnings if you are temporarily or permanently disabled by your injuries.
- Emotional impact, including trauma, loss of comfort and consortium, loss of relationships, loss of enjoyment of life, anxiety, and more.
How Our Lawyers Can Help
When you are seeking compensation for an injury, learning how to file your case, collect all of the necessary evidence, and handle legal procedures is difficult. You’ve been through enough, and don’t need the additional stress. Plus, insurance adjusters often try to give you a lesser settlement, and you don’t want to make a mistake that could limit your compensation.
Hiring our experienced team of Fayetteville, AR, personal injury lawyers gives you the legal advantage. We handle the paperwork, the evidence, the negotiations, and the court on your behalf. With our experience in personal injury law, we can help you seek compensation for any of the losses you didn’t know you could recover. Our Niblock Law Firm is here to help you seek the fair settlement you deserve.
What Comes Next?
Contact us for a case review. We can even look over the details of your case and recommend your next best steps online or on the phone. You don’t have to leave the house.
Your Niblock Law Firm personal injury lawyer will gather all the necessary documents, medical records, witness testimony, and evidence we need to build the strongest case possible.
Then, we’ll negotiate a fair compensation for your losses with the insurance adjuster. This can take some time, but your lawyer will be pushing your case forward and keeping you updated along the way.
Going to court for a personal injury settlement is rare, but it can happen if the insurance company refuses to offer a fair settlement. If your lawyer suggests going to court, we will fight for your rights the entire way.
Once a settlement is reached, your Fayetteville personal injury attorney will get your check to you as quickly as possible so you can move on and focus on healing.
Did Someone Else’s Reckless Acts Cause Your Injury?
If you were seriously hurt by someone else’s careless or reckless acts, our attorneys at The Niblock Law Firm will fight for your rights to compensation.
Personal Injury FAQ
When you work with us, there are no upfront fees. You’ll pay nothing for your case review, and unless we win your case, you won’t pay anything at all.
Negligence is the core concept in almost all personal injury cases. What it means is that someone acted in a very irresponsible way, that their reckless act led to the accident, and that you got hurt in the accident. Those are the three things we need to demonstrate in your case in order to win compensation for you.
Contributory negligence in Arkansas says that the amount you can recover in your injury case is reduced by the percentage of fault you bear. So if you’re found to be 10% liable for the accident, you can only get 90% of the value. Also, if you’re at least 50% responsible, you can’t recover damages at all. That’s why having an injury lawyer matters so much in your case.
What you can receive varies from case to case, but, in general, you may be eligible to get compensated for your medical bills, pain and suffering, lost wages and future earnings, and more.
In Arkansas, you have up to three years after your accident to file a personal injury lawsuit.