The legal process can appear complex and intimidating, especially for those without substantive legal training or experience. At Nahon, Saharovich & Trotz, our Malvern personal injury lawyers guide injured people through the legal process on a daily basis, and our goal is to make their lives easier while aggressively fighting for their rights. We handle personal injury cases throughout Arkansas such as motor vehicle accidents, slip and fall, product liability, dangerous drugs, medical malpractice, nursing home abuse, and inadequate security. Call us today for a free consultation with an attorney, and let us show you why NST is the way to go.Arkansas Lawyers Who Handle Car and Truck Accident Cases
Malvern, Arkansas, also known as the “Brick Capital of the World,” is one of the top tourist destination spots in all of Arkansas, serving as home to multiple National Register of Historic Places listings. Whether whitewater rafting on the Ouachita River, ziplining through the forests, or hitting the golf course, there is not a dull moment in Malvern. Residents of Malvern and those across the southeast travel from near and far to enjoy its scenery and activities. As a result, U.S. Interstate 30 and the nearly 10,000 residents of Malvern observe increased traffic at times, especially during holiday seasons.
Whether you are driving through Malvern for a vacation or simply commuting home from work, it is important to drive safely. This is the law in Arkansas. Unfortunately, despite how carefully you may drive, other drivers may not be as diligent. If you have suffered an injury or other damages as a result of an automobile accident, you will need to show another driver acted negligently in order to get your vehicle fixed, be reimbursed for your medical bills and lost wages, and be compensated for pain and suffering. Our personal injury lawyers can help Malvern residents satisfy this legal burden by proving negligence, which may include speeding, following too closely, making an improper turn, or driving while distracted.Our Law Firm Represents People Injured on Someone Else’s Property
Slipping on a slick surface. Tripping over a hidden object. Falling on an uneven surface. What do all of these have in common? They come under the umbrella of an area of the law known as premises liability. One in control of the premises, whether an owner or property manager, may be liable for two types of negligence in failing to keep the premises safe: injuries arising from an activity on the premises, and injuries arising from a premises defect. Generally, a plaintiff on another’s property is classified as an invitee, a licensee, or trespasser. While an invitee or licensee may recover for injuries caused by the owner’s negligence, trespassers face a difficult time recovering in premises liability and slip and fall cases.
If you were hurt due to a dangerous condition on another’s property, you may be able to recover compensation for your injuries or damages. In order to establish liability, a plaintiff must show: (1) a condition on the premises created an unreasonable risk of harm; (2) the party in control of the property knew of the condition; (3) the injured party did not know of the condition; (4) the party in control of the property failed to exercise ordinary care in protecting the injured party from danger; and (5) the party’s failure to exercise reasonable care was a proximate cause of the injury. To ensure evidence supporting your claim is identified and preserved, our personal injury attorneys can help Malvern residents conduct a thorough investigation.Attorneys Standing Up to Big Corporations for Unsafe Products
Every day, consumers suffer injuries and damages due to products that fail to work as intended. This area of the law, known as product liability, aims to provide consumers an avenue to compensation for these injuries and damages. A product or medical device may be deemed defective, for product liability purposes, if it is not reasonably fit, suitable, or safe for the ordinary or foreseeable purpose for which the product is sold. In a product liability case brought pursuant to Arkansas law, the plaintiff must prove that the product was defective, that the defect existed when the product left the manufacturer’s control, and that the defect was the proximate cause of the plaintiff’s injuries.
While proving those elements may seem relatively simple in theory, product liability cases often involve complex details, expert witnesses, and a host of unique legal issues. Large pharmaceutical companies and product manufacturers are known to devote significant resources into defending these claims. Therefore, it is critical to retain an experienced Malvern personal injury attorney as soon after the incident as possible, as it may take time to gather evidence and develop a strategy to pursue your rights.Speak with an Attorney to Discuss Your Injury in Malvern
The personal injury law firm of Nahon, Saharovich & Trotz has 30 years of experience helping clients recover compensation for their injuries and damages. We have already recovered over $1 billion for our clients located throughout Arkansas, Tennessee, Mississippi, Missouri, and Kentucky. Contact our office toll-free by calling 800-529-4004 or by completing our online form to set up a free consultation with an attorney. After speaking with our legal team, you will see why NST is the way to go if you need legal representation after an accident in Malvern.