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Personal Injury Attorneys
in Fayetteville, Arkansas

Accomplished Trial Lawyers Provide Strong Representation in Catastrophic Cases

When careless or reckless behavior causes life-changing accidents, justice requires compensation that “makes the victim whole again.” This means monetary compensation, or damages, for harm that includes medical bills, lost wages due to missed work, physical pain and mental suffering. At Gramling Estes Law Firm in Fayetteville, our accomplished Arkansas lawyers assist parties seeking to recover compensation for incidents that have resulted in lost limbs, quadriplegia, paraplegia and wrongful deaths. Drawing on decades of legal experience, we provide personalized counsel and determined advocacy no matter what caused your injury. Our duty is to pursue the maximum amount of compensation possible under the facts of your case, and we work tirelessly to fulfill that obligation.   

Why You Should Hire a Personal Injury Lawyer

Most injury cases involve negotiations with insurance companies, whose representatives might seem friendly when they first approach you. Because of the polite and concerned communication early in their case, many injured parties put off hiring an attorney. Unfortunately, the insurer’s goal is to provide as little compensation as possible. To do this, they might offer a quick settlement before you know what type of payment you could expect in a lawsuit. Alternatively, they might use their size and power to fight you every step of the way. A qualified personal injury lawyer levels the playing field between the injured victim and the insurance company. We can ascertain how much your case is worth and assemble the evidence necessary to present a convincing case in court. For this reason, insurers are more likely to negotiate in good faith, and you are more likely to get the proper level of compensation.

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Common Personal Injury Claims     

Personal injury cases can result from various types of events caused by negligent defendants, such as:

  • Auto accidents — In head-on collisions and other types of serious crashes, people are injured every day on the highways and streets of Arkansas. We represent drivers, passengers, pedestrians, motorcyclists and bicyclists and their loved ones in claims where victims have suffered paralysis and other types of catastrophic harm, as well as matters where the injuries were fatal.

  • Slip and falls — A hidden hazard on someone else’s property might cause you to slip or trip, leading to an injury that requires extensive medical treatment. Lawsuits associated with these incidents are referred to as premises liability cases because the property owner or tenant who controls the premises is generally responsible for making the place reasonably safe for visitors. Slip and falls frequently occur at supermarkets, restaurants, theaters, shopping malls and even private homes.

  • Defective consumer products — Companies that manufacture and market consumer goods have a duty to make them reasonably safe for use and even for foreseeable misuse. Yet, each year, tens of thousands of people are injured by defective auto parts, toxic food, dangerous drugs, and a wide range of faulty household products. Suing a large corporation can be a daunting task, but our skilled attorneys are up to the challenge.

In addition to injury cases where the victim survives, we also represent families of those who have been lost due to others’ negligence in wrongful death litigation. When you retain our services, you get a capable legal team devoted to providing highly professional legal services that deliver positive results.

Contact a Skilled Arkansas Personal Injury Lawyer for a Free Consultation

Gramling Estes Law Firm represents clients who have sustained injuries due to the negligence of other parties. To schedule a free initial consultation, please call us or contact us online. Our office is conveniently located at One East Center in Fayetteville.