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Simpson & Simpson, P.A.

200 N. Spring Street
Searcy, Arkansas 72143
Tel: (866) 941-1875

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Personal Injury

Legal help for the injured in Arkansas

The Searcy, Arkansas personal injury attorneys at the law firm of Simpson & Simpson stand ready to champion your cause when you have been injured by the carelessness of another.  We recognize that your injuries may cause physical and emotional pain and inflict financial hardships that can negatively affect the rest of your life.

Lawyers at our firm have wide experience with cases involving injury caused by negligence and are thoroughly knowledgeable about how specifics of Arkansas personal injury law may apply to your case.  We are committed to vigorously pursuing fair compensation for damages such as:

  • Medical bills
  • Current and future lost wages
  • Rehabilitation
  • Permanent disability
  • Psychological trauma
  • Property damage

When necessary, we take your case to trial and we do not seek payment for our services unless or until you receive a money settlement or are awarded a favorable verdict.

Do you have a case?

There are many types of personal injury cases where victims may recover money damages from the person or organization at fault.  Personal injury claims resulting from motor vehicle accidents are the ones that our Arkansas personal injury lawyers see most frequently, but we handle all types of physical and psychological injury cases including—

  • Auto accidents
  • Construction site injuries
  • Dog bites/animal attacks
  • Infliction of emotional distress
  • Libel or slander
  • Motorcycle and bicycle accidents
  • Nursing home negligence
  • Premises liability
  • Products liability
  • Slip and fall
  • Truck accidents
  • Toxic tort
  • Uninsured motorist
  • Workplace injury
  • Wrongful death

Arkansas personal injury law

For you to collect on a personal injury claim under Arkansas law, those who caused your injury must be found negligent.  That is, we must establish that they did not exercise reasonable care to prevent the injury.  Because Arkansas has comparative negligence laws, you may be able to collect some damages even if you shared some of the responsibility, as long as the other person or business was more negligent than you.  Please contact us for advice on how the law applies in your particular case.

Wrongful death

Filing a wrongful death lawsuit cannot bring your loved one back to you.   But it can give you some consolation to know that the person or company at fault took responsibility for the untimely death.  It is also a way to get financial compensation for the economic losses you have suffered as a result.

You may be able to recover damages for intangible losses as well as for financial ones:

  • Medical costs associated with the death
  • Funeral and burial or cremation costs
  • Loss of the deceased’s expected future earnings
  • Other lost income, such as retirement fund or pension
  • Loss of companionship, protection, and care
  • Pain and suffering
  • Mental anguish
  • Punitive damages

Do not delay

Delays seeking help often result in loss of evidence supporting your claim.  When you contract with us, we work to preserve records, accident logs, connections with witnesses, and reports as well as ensure that legal authorities and the representatives of the offending party adhere to disclosure procedures.

Aggressive representation in personal injury cases

If you or loved ones have been injured through the negligence of another, put our experienced and determined personal injury lawyers to work on your case.

When we accept your personal injury case, we work on a contingency fee basis.  You owe us nothing unless or until we recover a money award or settlement for you.  Contact Simpson & Simpson online—or call 866-941-1875—today.