Arkansas Truck Accident FAQs
Settlements and verdicts are more than about money. They're about justice. They're about sending a message - loud and clear - that negligent behavior by big trucking companies will not be tolerated. McDaniel Law Firm, PLC is here to help sort things out.
Click on the following links to find answers to frequently asked questions:
- What if I can't reach the trucking company after my accident?
- What should I do if the trucking company says I caused an accident?
- What type of compensation am I entitled to after an Arkansas truck accident?
What if I can't reach the trucking company after my accident?
Trucking companies can be difficult to deal with for a number of different reasons. Often, they're located hundreds of miles away from where the accident took place. They may be located in a different state or even another country. Even after exchanging information with the truck driver involved in the crash, you may find the company difficult to find. Contact McDaniel Law Firm, PLC first. We have years of experience dealing with commercial truck accidents in Arkansas. We know how to track down truck companies and hold them responsible for your accident - regardless of where they are located.
What should I do if the trucking company says I caused an accident?
Don't make any comments about fault to the trucking company or an insurance adjuster investigating the accident. Contact a tractor-trailer accident lawyer at McDaniel Law Firm, PLC immediately.
What type of compensation am I entitled to receive after an Arkansas truck accident?
There may be a variety of damages or compensation available to accident victims. These damages are designed to help injury victims recover financially for their losses and get life back on track. Damages you may be entitled to receive may include medical expenses and cost of future medical care, lost wages from missing work, loss of future earning capacity, damages for pain, suffering and emotional distress, and punitive damages designed to punish drivers who acted with gross negligence or malicious intent.
Contact McDaniel Law Firm, PLC today
Contact us today. A delay may affect your right to pursue compensation. Call 870-336-4747 and schedule a free consultation 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.