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1 Answer | Asked in Car Accidents, Insurance Bad Faith and Libel & Slander for Arkansas on
Q: Is it unlawful for city workers to park a vehicle on the left side of the road on a highway and impede traffic?

This was on a bridge were the left lane shoulder was not wide enough to the vehicle to be completely out of the left lane. There is a large shoulder lane on the right side of the road. There were also no signs indicating workers were present. This cause traffic to come to a complete stop on the... Read more »

Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar answered on Jul 9, 2021

An Arkansas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. As a general matter, something like that could possibly violate local vehicle and traffic/public safety regulations. But municipal vehicles also enjoy more leeway than ordinary vehicles in terms of performing... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Insurance Bad Faith and Insurance Defense for Arkansas on
Q: Should I plead guilty or not guilty to insurance fraud? Class D felony first time offender can't afford a attorney

Basically I got In a wreck a while back (was not at fault) and bought an insurance claim right after I got out of the car. The insurance investigator asked and I lied and said it was before. No money was ever given to me nor was the car fixed and I was making a statement that I wasn't trying... Read more »

Richard Lane Hughes
Richard Lane Hughes answered on Jun 19, 2021

I don't know if I completely understand the facts of your case. However, that alone is a reason for you to have an attorney. That is, to help you communicate with the prosecutor as well as the court.

Plead not guilty and advise the court that you cannot afford an attorney. You are...
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1 Answer | Asked in Insurance Bad Faith, Contracts and Personal Injury for Arkansas on
Q: My daughter is fighting with insurance company home owner. She was or still is a victim of theft vandalism on her home

Now they put her in motel for over two months. When she went to extend. Her stay the hotel said no because she had damaged to room. So now the insurance company say they will not get her any where to stay. She has six kids now no where to live on street

Peter N. Munsing
Peter N. Munsing answered on Feb 24, 2017

They may have a duty to reimburse her; they certainly have no duty to find a place for her. Has she contacted the red cross?

Also, if the state has a crime victims compensation act that may help.

1 Answer | Asked in Insurance Bad Faith, Insurance Defense and Probate for Arkansas on
Q: what to do when someone steals your half of life insurance policy

Cousin had my legal guardian (my aunt/adoptive mom) change her life insurance beneficiary to herself about three months before she passed from cancer then stole all of my insurance money and I lost everything because my mom had just died basically. My cousin lies and swears she didn't get ANY... Read more »

Ben F Meek III
Ben F Meek III answered on Feb 15, 2017

Contact some lawyers and hire the one you like best. Many offer free initial consultations. Good luck.

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