Speed Limits to Increase on Arkansas State Highways and Interstates

Posted on July 28, 2020 by Sean T. Keith

Whether you are making the morning commute on Interstate 49, traversing the state on Interstate 40, or find yourself on an Arkansas State Highway just to get out of the house during the coronavirus pandemic—the Arkansas Department of Transportation (ARD) has determined that you can legally drive a little bit faster. Last month, the Arkansas […]

Sean Keith named to the Mid South Super Lawyer List

Posted on July 23, 2020 by Seth A. White

Our very own, Sean Keith, was named to the Mid South Super Lawyer list for the 9th consecutive year. Fewer than 5% of all attorneys are selected as Super Lawyers list. We congratulate Sean on this great accomplishment and are excited that Keith Law Group’s attorneys continue to receive such honors. Join us in celebrating […]

GEICO Motorcycle Insurance: 15 Minutes or Less Could Ruin Your Life

Posted on July 1, 2020 by Seth A. White

GEICO is the second largest auto insurer in the United States—offering motorcycle insurance policies throughout the United States and right here in Northwest Arkansas. With routes like the Pig Trail and Highway 62 to Eureka Springs, coupled with events like Bikes, Blues & BBQ—Northwest Arkansas sees hundreds of thousands of miles ridden every year. Because […]

Motorcycle Accidents – 5 Main Causes

Posted on June 9, 2020 by Seth A. White

Northwest Arkansas is home to many beautiful scenic highways for motorcyclists. Whether you are riding on the Pig Trail or heading to Bikes, Blues, and BBQ, Northwest Arkansas is one of the greatest places in the country for riders. While riding a motorcycle can be a thrilling experience, it does come with many risks. The […]

How the Coronavirus Could Impact Personal Injury Claims

Posted on May 13, 2020 by Seth A. White

The world is currently being confronted with unprecedented shifts in human behavior. One would be hard pressed to find a person, social group, business, or charitable entity that has not been impacted in some form or fashion by COVID-19 and the quarantine measures aimed at reducing its spread. Northwest Arkansas is certainly no exception to […]

Teens No Longer Required to take Road Tests…Fallout from the Coronavirus Pandemic

Posted on May 1, 2020 by Seth A. White

As one of the first states to begin re-opening from the COVID-19 quarantine, Georgia Governor Brian Kemp issued an executive order temporarily waiving the requirement for most automobile road tests. Specifically, if an individual holds an instructional permit, they now qualify for their driver’s license without taking the “comprehensive on-the-road driving test.” This action means […]

What To Do After a Car Wreck

Posted on April 24, 2020 by Seth A. White

First and foremost, do NOT leave the scene of the collision. Arkansas law states that all drivers have a duty to give information, remain at the scene, and render aid. Ark. Code Ann. Sec. 27-53-103. Failing to adhere to this duty could result in serious criminal charges. Make sure to check on all drivers and […]

Car Insurance Companies Rebates: Too Good to be True?

Posted on April 22, 2020 by Seth A. White

One significant impact for the Coronavirus quarantine was an immediate decrease in the number of cars on the road.  With less cars on the road, it means less wrecks and less liability for insurance companies.  But what about those premiums many of the customers had already paid? Insurance companies like Allstate quickly began running commercials […]

What Happens When Another Driver has an Accident in Your Car

Posted on January 29, 2020 by Seth A. White

Accidents happen. You’ve let your friend, roommate, or family member drive your car and you get a phone call informing you there has been a wreck. People often become understandably worried about the insurance and the legality surrounding these accidents. While it can sometimes be confusing to understand who is covered to drive your vehicle, […]

Honda and Toyota Recall Millions of Vehicles

Posted on January 29, 2020 by Seth A. White

Airbag woes have forced Honda and Toyota to recall 6 million vehicles this past week. Toyota announced it would recall 3.4 million cars, 2.9 million of which are in the United States, over concerns of defective equipment that may malfunction in the event of a collision. In a separate announcement on the same day, Honda […]

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