Personal Injury Lawyers

Serving Arkansas

Other Types of Cases We Handle at McDaniel Law Firm, PLC in Arkansas

At McDaniel Law Firm, PLC, our civil trial practice involves the representation of people who have been injured or the families of those who have been killed in accidents of all kinds. A serious injury can lead to major medical bills and a lengthy rehabilitation period. You may be unable to work for weeks or months or even years. Yet in many cases, the insurance company may try to settle quickly before the full extent of your injuries is even known. You shouldn't have to suffer financial hardship because of somebody else's careless behavior.

Personal injury cases in Arkansas can cover a wide range. Our law firm has handled thousands of car accident injury cases, obtained million dollar verdicts on behalf of truck accident and medical malpractice victims, and has helped people dealing with other personal injury cases throughout Arkansas. We have the skills to represent you if you were injured in an accident or if you lost a loved one and need help preparing a wrongful death lawsuit.

We help clients fight for the compensation they deserve

Although the types of cases we handle are as varied as the ways that people can sustain injury or incur damages through the fault of others, our primary areas of practice are highlighted below. In many cases, victims are injured in accidents due to the negligence of other individuals or parties. Personal injury law in Arkansas allows individuals harmed by intentional or negligent acts to pursue financial compensation for their losses.

How can a Jonesboro attorney help?

The worst is over. McDaniel Law Firm, PLC is ready to set things right. Contact us today to get started. A delay may affect your rights. Call 1-855-524-4744 and schedule a free consultation today at our Jonesboro office. We proudly serve clients throughout Northeast Arkansas (including Jonesboro, Paragould, Craighead County, Lawrence County, Greene County, Mississippi County, Poinsett County), all of Arkansas, Southeast Missouri, and Memphis, Tennessee.