Car Accident Lawyer
Little Rock and Helena, Arkansas
A car accident can be a traumatic experience in itself. Each accident also has the potential to cause severe injuries, even death. According to the Arkansas State Police Highway Safety Office, there were 58,449 total car crashes reported in Arkansas in 2013, of which 461 were fatal, which resulted in 499 total deaths. Based on the seriousness of a car crash, you may have lost a loved one or suffered injuries, and sometimes the extent of injuries suffered may not be immediately apparent.
If you were injured in a car accident because of the negligence of another in Arkansas or Virginia, you may be entitled to compensation. An experienced car accident lawyer can help you maximize your this compensation.
The attorneys at Knapp Lewis have the expertise and experience to pursue a claim on your behalf.
Need a car accident lawyer? We will aggressively advocate for you to be able to obtain the compensation that you deserve.
The process of investigating a car accident in preparation for a suit is a daunting task. Immediately after the accident and after the well-being and health of all those involved is confirmed, parties should have a police officer on hand and have a report created at the time of the accident. You should
take the time to gather all pertinent information from all those involved – names, addresses, driver’s license numbers, vehicle plate numbers, and insurance information. Additional information, such whether drivers involved were doing so for their employers, is also crucial. If there were any additional witnesses, their names and contact information should also be collected.
Photographs are incredibly important, and photographs of the accident scene are useful for proving liability later on. Photographic evidence of the condition of the vehicles involved, where the traffic signals are located, skid marks, and the condition of the parties involved, can play a role later on if the case goes to trial.
After the accident, evidence of the damages suffered should be collected. This includes medical treatment records from health care providers who provided treatment after the accident, records related to car repairs and car rentals, and any records pertaining to lost wages.
If you been involved in a car accident and are seeking compensation for your injuries, you should reach out to an experienced personal injury attorney immediately. The process of investigating and preparing for legal action should begin as soon as possible after the accident in order to preserve evidence accordingly.
The attorneys at Knapp Lewis are seasoned advocates that have helped clients in Arkansas obtain financial compensation for personal injuries suffered in car accidents.
You may contact us for a free initial consultation by calling (870) 338-3100 in Arkansas or (205) 409-4404 in Alabama.