St. Francis County Personal Injury Lawyers
Injured in Arkansas? Call Us!
Injuries can occur for a variety of reasons and in any location. However,
when you are hurt due to someone else’s negligence or wrongdoing,
it is important that the at-fault party is held accountable. You can pursue
a claim for compensation to help you when you are recovering.
Awards from personal injury claims can help you:
- Pay your medical bills
- Compensate you for lost wages from time off work
- Pay you for pain and suffering
- Help compensate you for a loss of support
- Give you money for everyday expenses
At Easley & Houseal, PLLC, our St. Francis County personal injury lawyers
have collected one of the largest personal injury punitive damage awarded
in Arkansas history and our verdicts are listed in
The National Law Journal’s Top 100 Verdicts for 2003.
Learn how we may be able to help you by
calling our firm at (870) 330-0015 today.
How an Attorney Can Help You
At our firm, we strive to provide clients with a prompt, responsive service
that explains their legal options during every step of the process. Easley
& Houseal, PLLC has a strong reputation with judges, physicians, and
other attorneys, which is why clients from all over the state of Arkansas
seek out our personal injury services.
We can help if you’ve been injured from any of the following:
Easley & Houseal, PLLC can also help you when you’ve been denied
compensation. We only represent victims, never companies or insurance
providers! This means you can be confident knowing we are one your side
when seeking to settle your
claim disputes and get you the compensation that your case deserves.
Compassionate & Comprehensive Representation
At Easley & Houseal, PLLC, our personal injury attorneys understand
the trauma and grief associated with injury and we make sure to take the
utmost care with you and your case when you come to us. Whether you need
help in or out of court, count on our high-standard of representation
to help you when you need it most.
free initial consultation today!