In Arkansas, if you suspect that your family is withholding settlement money from a personal injury case, it's important to take immediate action. First, verify whether a settlement was indeed reached in your case. This can typically be done by contacting the attorney who represented you or...View More
Thanks and you cannot be fired simply for being a medical marijuana patient if you are in a position that hasn’t been designated as safety sensitive. In other words, if the type of job you do hasn’t been listed in writing as no medical marijuana because it is safety sensitive, an employer...View More
An Arkansas attorney would be in the best position to answer, if there are state-specific laws involved. But your question remains open for a week. As a general matter in any jurisdiction, you are free to separate from your attorney. At the same time, your attorney could be entitled to compensation...View More
Anything is possible. They may be in court, they may have needed to take time off, there may not be developments to report on, etc. But still, you are entitled to have your calls returned. You could follow up with email and let them know that you have been trying to reach them. Good luck...View More
I’m 27 now been in and out hospital for last year, seeking answers on what was wrong with me. Was very healthy until this all started. Worked there for 4 years in extremely dusty chemical factory (alumina dust). Company takes no blame but I don’t see how they can possibly not. I’m... View More
You want to contact an attorney who is a member of the Arkansas Assn for Justice/Trial Lawyers Association who handles workers comp & occupational disease claims. You should apply for Social Security Disability. If denied appeal. If the time has run file a second application.
Yes. You have a right to recover your lost wages, have your medical expenses paid and will likely have a right to receive payment based upon a disability rating the physician will assign to your injury. The disability ratings vary greatly by physician and are often low if the physician regularly...View More
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