Car wreck

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 […]

What To Do After a Car Wreck

Posted on June 29, 2017 by Sean T. Keith

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 […]

He Said, She Said, The Police Said – How The Jurors Decide Who Is At Fault In A Car Accident

Posted on May 24, 2016 by Sean T. Keith

Who is at fault for a car accident is probably the most important part of any car accident. So who is to blame, you or the other driver? Who is at fault is relevant to each party in an accident. If you are at fault your insurance premium might rise, and no one wants that. […]

What NOT To Do After An Accident

Posted on April 5, 2016 by Sean T. Keith

Car accidents happen and given the construction on I-49 in Northwest Arkansas you may just find yourself in a car accident. Usually you will do several things before contacting an attorney. This is a list of the things you should NOT DO after you are in an accident. 1. You SHOULD NOT post on social […]

Pedestrian Accidents In NWA

Posted on March 16, 2016 by Sean T. Keith

On Wednesday night, March 9, 2016, in Rogers, Arkansas, a pedestrian was hit by a car and transported to the hospital. This comes just two weeks after a woman, who was jogging in Bentonville, was hit and killed by a car. In Northwest Arkansas there are many bike paths and walking trails that cross roadways […]

When should I contact a personal injury attorney if I’m injured in a vehicle accident?

Posted on July 7, 2015 by Sean T. Keith

“As soon as you are physically able,” said attorney Sean Keith. Injured parties that are involved in car accidents may have many questions and need to ensure that those are answered in a way that doesn’t hurt their case.  One of the many benefits of contacting an attorney early is it allows the client to […]

I was injured due to negligence, what are my rights?

Posted on August 13, 2014 by Sean T. Keith

Contributed by Sean Keith Your rights are to file a lawsuit and to have a jury in front of your peers in the community.  This is the most important weapon that we have as attorneys that represent people.  Typically, however, most cases settle without a trial.  In fact, I would estimate that over 90% of […]

GM Considering Payment to Those Injured or Killed as a Result of Ignition Malfunctions

Posted on July 2, 2014 by Sean T. Keith

Facing intense public criticism and federal scrutiny, General Motors is moving forward with determining the scope of injuries and deaths caused by an ignition defect that the company has known about for more than 13 years. To date, GM has not made public the full scope of injuries and deaths caused by this faulty product, […]

The Driver who Caused the Accident Left the Scene—Now What?

Posted on February 13, 2014 by Sean T. Keith

Contributed By: Anna Betts You have been in a car accident that you did not cause; and to make matters worse, the other driver did not even stick around?  You are left with a damaged car and injuries wondering how you are going to handle this.  After a hit and run collision, there are several […]

What If The Car Wreck is Your Fault?

Posted on January 29, 2014 by Sean T. Keith

Contributed By: Anna Betts Although our firm represents only the people in Northwest Arkansas that are not at fault in a car accident I often think about those that are on the other side.  I have thought for a long time that people who are at fault whether it be in Rogers, Bentonville, Fayetteville or Springdale that they need […]

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