We receive phone calls each day from innocent victims of injury throughout Arkansas. The most common questions we receive on each call include:
- How much money is a fair settlement for an Arkansas car accident claim?
- How can I negotiate a settlement with an insurance claims adjuster?
- How long does it take to get a settlement for an injury claim?
- Are personal injury settlements taxable?
- Who are the best injury attorneys in Arkansas?
- What are your attorneys’ fees?
- Should I sign an authorization to permit the insurance company to collect my medical records?
The “Best” Injury Attorneys In Arkansas
It is misleading for lawyers to give you grand opinions of what your case will settle for and how long the process will take. While some may claim to be the best personal injury attorneys in the state of Arkansas, It depends on the type of cases they have settled, your case specifics, and their personal injury experience. What we can tell you, is what Schultz & Myers Personal Injury Lawyers can offer.
Schultz & Myers Personal Injury Lawyers will be able to provide you with an idea of what your case is worth, but there are no guarantees in the practice of law. We would rather underpromise and overdeliver than set a potential client up for disappointment.
Our Personal Injury Specialties
We are recognized as having some of the best injury lawyers in Arkansas. That has been accomplished through hard work, dedication to protecting the rights of people hurt in accidents, and providing a level of personal attention that is not matched by other local law firms. In providing aggressive legal representation, we are able to obtain settlements in a shorter timeframe than other “high volume” law firms. We never charge attorneys’ fees unless we win your case. And even then, it is a percentage of your settlement, not some arbitrary number.
Negotiating with an insurance claims adjuster is difficult. Primarily because you are not in an equal position of bargaining power. They hold all of the cards, and most importantly, the money. And without the threat of a lawsuit by your lawyer, the big insurance companies have little incentive to offer you a fair settlement. Once an Arkansas injury attorney steps in, however, the scales of justice tilt in your favor.
If you have questions about the insurance claims process, ask for advice from an experienced injury attorney in Arkansas. Calling (314) 444-4444 is a good start to getting your legal claim protected. Consultations are always free of charge. Even if you do not require an attorney, the consultation will arm you with the information necessary to file a claim without a lawyer and obtain a settlement.