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Bryant, AR

Legal Representation for People Injured in Bryant, AR

The personal injury lawyers of Nahon, Saharovich & Trotz have legal experience in a variety of areas of Arkansas law. For more than 30 years, our firm has focused on representing injured victims to the best of our ability, helping them get through tough times in their lives. To speak with our Bryant personal injury attorneys concerning a potential personal injury or accident case, call us today. Our practice areas include car accidents, truck accidents, catastrophic injuries, medical malpractice, negligent security, nursing home negligence, products liability, wrongful death, and premises liability. We have multiple Arkansas offices to best serve our clients’ legal needs.

Car and Truck Accidents

Located in Saline County, Bryant, Arkansas is home to many city parks, including Bishop Park, Mills Park, and Ashley Park. In addition, there are a number of golf courses and other outdoor recreation activities. These attractions, combined with U.S. Interstate 30 and U.S. Routes 67 and 70 running through the heart of the city, lead to the 16,000+ residents of Bryant being subject to automobile wrecks. In 2014, Saline County saw nearly 2,000 automobile accidents, according to a report prepared by the Arkansas State Police.

In the blink of an eye, everything can change if you are struck by another car as a driver, passenger, or pedestrian. It takes just a single moment for someone not paying attention to injure you or a loved one. If a careless driver has injured you or a loved one, you may be legally entitled to compensation in the form of damages, such as lost income, pain and suffering, and reimbursement of medical expenses. Do not hesitate; call a personal injury lawyer in the Bryant area today. One of our car accident lawyers can hit the ground running by conducting a thorough investigation into your accident and fighting for your rights.

Premises Liability

Every day, we rely on property owners to safeguard their premises as best they can. For example, when we go to the grocery store or go shopping, we trust that property managers and landowners will diligently inspect their properties and remove any known dangerous conditions which may cause us harm. This area of the law is referred to as premises liability. While different states maintain different premises liability laws, Arkansas imposes a duty upon landowners to take reasonable steps to protect individuals who are lawfully on their property.

If a landowner or property manager’s failure to clear his or her property from dangerous conditions leads to an injury, you may have a claim entitling you to some form of compensation. Examples of incidents that may occur include elevator and escalator accidents, slip and fall accidents, toxic fumes or chemicals, and otherwise defective conditions on the premises. Just because you have suffered an injury, however, does not automatically mean you win. You likely need to show the individual in control of his or her property (or an employee) acted in a negligent manner. Therefore, retaining an experienced Bryant personal injury lawyer is critical in pursuing your rights to the fullest extent.

Unsafe or Defective Products

With the increase in mass manufacturing, products do not always work as designed or intended, as even a well-designed product can still harm consumers. Every year, nearly 35 million people are injured or killed by defective products nationwide. For instance, in the realm of the auto industry, product liability cases have been asserted against large companies such as General Motors (ignition switch defects) and Takata (unsafe airbags). Product liability laws provide those injured at the hands of a defective product the opportunity to pursue the compensation to which they are legally entitled for their bodily injuries, which could include medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering.

Product liability cases are usually complex, involving expert witnesses and highly technical information. Therefore, building a case and devising a strategy usually takes significant resources. Since Arkansas imposes a statute of limitation on bringing these claims in a timely manner, it is critical that you consult a personal injury attorney in or around Bryant as soon after the incident as reasonably possible.

Speak with One of Our Arkansas Lawyers Today

Let the legal team of 30+ attorneys at Nahon, Saharovich & Trotz help you or your loved one. To set up a free consultation with an experienced attorney, call 800-529-4004 or complete our online form. Having already recovered over $1.5 billion for our clients, we know what it takes to pursue your rights. Whether you need assistance with an auto accident, medical malpractice, slip and fall, product liability, or premises liability case, NST is the way to go. With offices in Little Rock and Jonesboro, we are well-equipped to handle cases throughout the Natural State.