Arkansas Car Accident Lawyers in Jonesboro
Caring and aggressive advocates for those injured in car accidents
There were more than 62,800 car accidents in Arkansas in 2009 with 529 fatal crashes, according to the Arkansas State Police. Accidents can happen to even the safest and most observant drivers. Whether it’s a fender bender or a catastrophic collision, if you suffer a personal injury in an auto accident or a loved one dies, the Jonesboro auto accident attorneys at Snellgrove, Langley, Culpepper, Williams & Mullally fight to get you just compensation.
A car accident can have a serious impact on an accident victim and his or her family. With more than 90 years of combined legal experience, we help victims of car crashes from northeast Arkansas and as far south as Little Rock with insurance claims and lawsuits in the following types of cases:
How we can help you
Our diligent lawyers at Snellgrove, Langley, Culpepper, Williams & Mullally research the details of your case. We interview witnesses, analyze police reports and work with healthcare providers to assess the short- and long-term medical aspects of your case. With our in-depth knowledge of Arkansas traffic, insurance and liability laws, we offer qualified advice that allows you to make the tough decisions necessary to navigate the legal process.
We always try to settle your claim out of court first by negotiating with your insurance company or the party or parties who caused your injury. If a settlement cannot be reached, we may advise you to file a lawsuit based on the specific circumstances of your case.
We always work to help you recover from the parties who caused you harm fair compensation for:
For those needing an experienced accident attorney in Jonesboro, Arkansas to fight for your recovery
If you or a loved one has been injured or killed in a car crash, we can help. Call us at 870-275-4678 or contact Snellgrove, Langley, Culpepper, Williams & Mullally online for a free consultation. We handle all personal injury and wrongful death cases on a contingent fee basis, meaning that we do not get paid unless a recovery is made.