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Searcy, AR

Dedicated Personal Injury Attorneys Representing Searcy Residents

Searcy, Arkansas – located in White County and less than 60 miles from Little Rock. Those injured in an accident in the area or due to someone else’s carelessness have legal rights, even if the responsible party did not intend to cause the harm. Nahon, Saharovich & Trotz is a large regional law firm, and our Searcy personal injury lawyers represent people in White County and throughout Arkansas. We handle cases arising from all types of accidents, including motor vehicle collisions, slip and falls, inadequate security, medical malpractice, nursing home neglect, and more. Our firm has fought for the rights of injured victims for more than 30 years, and we are available 24/7 to take your call and help point you in the right direction.

How to Protect Your Rights If You Have Been Injured in Searcy

If you are involved in a car or truck wreck, you should call the police to the scene. Officers may be dispatched from the Searcy Police Department at 101 N. Gum Street, Searcy, AR 72143. The sooner the police can arrive, the sooner they can begin speaking with witnesses, investigating, and documenting what happened. In Arkansas, the victim of a car wreck has the legal burden of proving the responsible driver’s negligence, which means showing that person breached a duty owed to the victim, causing the victim to suffer damages. An example would be you traveling on Race Avenue through the green light at Main Street when you are rear-ended by the car behind you driven by someone texting instead of paying attention.

A personal injury lawyer in the Searcy area will tell you that properly investigating an accident in a timely manner is critical, as witnesses may move and their memories could fade over time. If the at-fault driver was operating a commercial truck, valuable evidence like GPS data, dash cam footage, log books, and drug test results could be destroyed or lost if steps are not taken. You should also have someone on your side who is well-versed in Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) regulations which govern interstate trucking companies and their employees. Identifying relevant evidence will give you better odds of recovering full compensation for your losses such as vehicle repairs, medical bills, lost wages (past or future), and pain and suffering.

The investigation into a car wreck could reveal a potential product liability action. Malfunctioning brakes, ignition problems, or unsafe component parts may have contributed to the accident either occurring or made things worse. Similarly, if your airbag failed to deploy as it was supposed to, you may have a claim against the manufacturer. An airbag’s failure to deploy can cause catastrophic injuries if striking the steering wheel caused permanent brain damage, for instance. Theories of liability commonly asserted are defective design, defective manufacturing, and defective warnings.

Product liability laws also extend to prescription drugs and medication. Big drug manufacturers and pharmaceutical companies are supposed to conduct extensive testing to make sure their products are safe. They are also supposed to comply with FDA regulations and disclose adverse testing data. Some companies try to skirt around these rules and hide results showing dangerous side effects. Thus, when consumers use them, they suffer unintended harm to which they were not aware would be a possibility.

If a medication injury was caused by a doctor prescribing you an incorrect drug or an unsafe dosage, you may have a valid medical malpractice claim. This would require you showing the doctor failed to meet the relevant standard of care in treating you, like prescribing an incorrect dosage, making an incorrect diagnosis, and prescribing medication that may produce negative consequences when combined with another drug you are already taking. Expert proof is almost always needed in these cases, and an experienced injury attorney in Arkansas will be able to consult with these professionals as needed.

Call NST for a Free Consultation with Our Searcy Personal Injury Attorneys

Searcy is a regarded as a great place to live, but that doesn’t stop accidents from occurring. Most accident victims only want one thing – to be made whole, as if it never happened in the first place. Allow Nahon, Saharovich & Trotz to assess the facts of your situation and help make sure no stone goes unturned in your case. We have helped injured clients throughout the South get their lives back on track following car crashes and other incidents, recovering over $1.5 billion in compensation on their behalf against large insurance companies, businesses, and corporations. Contact NST for a free consultation on your case by calling 800-529-4004 or completing our online form. NST is the way to go if you were injured in Searcy, Arkansas.