The Rock 'N Roll Highway Has A Dangerous Edge

Running from northeast to southwest Arkansas, Highway 67 is among the state's most historically significant thoroughfares. Music legends, including Elvis Presley, Roy Orbison, Jerry Lee Lewis and Johnny Cash once played at clubs that stood along it. Bill Clinton, who traveled Highway 67 frequently, designated a portion of it The Highway of Hope.

Yet the road is also one of Arkansas' busiest trucking routes, and the site of many serious auto collisions each year. Our state bears one of the worst auto wreck fatality rates in the nation; a disproportionate number of these fatalities occur on Highway 67.

We're Here To Help Victims Hold At-Fault Parties Accountable

This is why the attorneys at Mason Kelly & Collier offer legal support to individuals who have been catastrophically injured in such collisions. We understand the toll that a serious injury can take. Medical bills add up quickly; many victims are unable to return to work. With this in mind, we pursue financial compensation for our clients from every available source. With offices along many of Arkansas' main traffic corridors — including Highway 67, Interstate 40 and Interstate 30 — we serve throughout the state.

Our Firm Excels At Resolving Challenging Cases

Pursuing compensation from the party responsible for your injury is no easy task. There are strict deadlines for filing claims. Insurance companies and their counsel are likely to challenge your account. Likewise, trucking companies, auto part manufacturers and others are quick to discredit individuals filing charges against them.

This is where our firm excels. We have a demonstrable record of helping victims of serious trucking accidents and other collisions. We know how to accurately assess a claim and pursue compensation from all available resources. While in most cases we are able to obtain a fair and favorable settlement from the opposition, we are also skilled trial lawyers, and are unafraid to take matters to court.

Legal Support When You Most Need It

Our attorneys work closely with the individuals they represent, taking care to answer their questions, address their concerns and develop a customized strategy to obtain financial relief.

To learn more about how we can help, call us at 800-261-7037 or reach us online. Initial consultations are always free; if you retain us, we work on a contingency basis — you pay no attorneys' fees unless we recover compensation first.