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Arkansas Personal Injury LawyersHave you or someone you love been seriously injured in an accident? Did someone’s negligent actions cause your injuries? If so, you may be owed compensation.

When you suffer significant injuries in an accident, the impact of those injuries and your recovery can be felt in all areas of your life. Your injuries can affect your ability to work and your future employment prospects, and the excessive costs of your recovery can ruin your finances. If someone else hadn’t caused the accident that you were hurt in, then you wouldn’t have the financial, emotional, and physical weight of your injuries placed solely on your shoulders. You shouldn’t have to carry that weight. The person who injured you should be held responsible.

The Arkansas personal injury lawyers of McCutchen Napurano - The Law Firm can help you get the compensation you’re owed for your injuries. Over the past 30 years, we have helped the people of Arkansas who were injured in accidents hold the people who hurt them accountable. We may be able to help you pursue the compensation and justice that you deserve. Call us today at (479) 783-0036 or contact us online for a free consultation.

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    What We Can Help You With

    McCutchen Napurano - The Law Firm offers top-notch legal representation for people who have suffered the following types of injuries or been harmed in the following types of accidents:

    We can also help you pursue Social Security benefits or appeal a denial of Social Security benefits that you may be owed.

    Why Choose McCutchen Napurano - The Law Firm to Handle Your Injury Case?

    Arkansas Personal Injury LawyersWe were founded over three decades ago by one of our partners, Joey McCutchen, to represent the people of Arkansas who were injured in accidents. We’ve never sought to represent big businesses or insurance companies. Instead, at McCutchen Napurano - The Law Firm, we’ve fought them to seek justice on behalf of our clients.

    During the years that we’ve been serving clients in Arkansas and Oklahoma, we’ve won some of the largest accident settlements and awards in those states for our clients. The millions of dollars in compensation that we’ve helped our clients obtain for their injuries are due to our highly-skilled, hard-working attorneys. We’ve built our reputation on dedication, tenacity, and using every resource we have to obtain full and fair compensation for our clients. While we can’t promise any particular outcome in your case, our record shows that our attorneys are fully capable of achieving excellent results for our clients.

    McCutchen Napurano - The Law Firm is here to help you in your time of need. We understand how difficult it is to try to recover from your injuries while also facing financial strain. Our goal is to help you get the compensation you deserve, not add to your worries. That’s why we work on a contingency basis. This means that we only get paid for the work we do for you when you get money for your injuries. Our initial consultation is free, and there are no other upfront fees.

    At McCutchen Napurano - The Law Firm, we’re here to fight for you. Whether we can settle your claim or have to take your case to court, we’re prepared to help you seek what you’re owed.

    Compensation You May Be Entitled to Receive

    After you’ve been injured in an accident that was caused by someone else, you have the right to seek full compensation for your injuries from the person who injured you. A determination has to be made as to who was at fault for your injuries because the at-fault party is the one who would have to compensate you.

    There are two types of compensation, or compensatory damages, that you may be entitled to receive from the person who injured you: economic damages and non-economic damages. These damages would cover a number of the financial and emotional costs that you have been burdened with as a result of your injuries.

    Economic damages cover your:

    Non-economic damages cover your:

    • Pain and suffering
    • Mental anguish
    • Loss of enjoyment of life
    • Loss of personal relationships (referred to as loss of consortium)
    • Loss of quality of life

    A third type of compensation that you may be awarded is punitive damages. These damages are only awarded in trials in certain cases where the responsible party acted with malice or reckless disregard or intentionally sought to harm you or your property. When these aggravating factors exist in an accident, the court will seek to punish the responsible party to deter them and the public from ever repeating the same actions and possibly injuring others as a result. Your McCutchen Napurano - The Law Firm attorney will advise you whether your case meets the qualifications for punitive damages.

    In Arkansas, your share of fault for the accident is taken into account when determining how much compensation you may be entitled to. This is due to Arkansas’ modified comparative fault law. This law states that you may still be able to recover damages if you are injured in an accident that you share some responsibility for. But your compensation will be reduced by your percentage of fault in the accident, up to 50 percent. If you are more than 50 percent responsible for the crash, the law prohibits you from obtaining any compensation at all.

    For example, suppose you were seriously injured in a car accident. After an investigation into the accident, it’s determined that you were 30 percent responsible for the accident. Your compensation would be reduced by your percentage of fault, or 30 percent. So, if your total compensation should be $100,000, it would be reduced by $30,000 to $70,000.

    Call the Experienced Arkansas Personal Injury Lawyers at McCutchen Napurano - The Law Firm Right Away

    If you’ve been injured in an accident that wasn’t your fault, call McCutchen Napurano - The Law Firm at (479) 783-0036 today or contact us online for a free consultation. We can help you pursue the compensation you deserve for your injuries.