Arkansas's Roads Are Among The Nation's Most Dangerous

Arkansas owns one of the nation's five worst car crash fatality rates. As such, it is no overstatement to say that drivers in the state face a heightened risk of serious injury when they take to the roads; according to Arkansas State Police reports, an average year yields more than 25,000 injuries — more than 3,000 of which are classified as "incapacitating."*

It is important to exercise caution, but remember that you share the road with negligent drivers. When one of these drivers causes your devastating accident, the attorneys at Mason Kelly & Collier can help you obtain compensation to pay for ongoing medical care and other needs.

With headquarters in Little Rock, we have offices along the (particularly dangerous) I-40 corridor, as well as on I-30 and Highway 67. We've recovered millions of dollars on behalf of our clients and, with more than 75 years of combined experience, we have the knowledge and the preparation to help you, too.

The I-40 Accident Attorneys: We Maximize Your Compensation After An Injury

Recovering from a catastrophic car accident — if recovery is possible — is a long and arduous process. There are the immediate effects of physical pain. There will be prolonged regimens of physical therapy. Many individuals and their families have to adjust to a completely new way of life — one more limited than before.

While our lawyers are unable to mend physical damage, our aim is to provide a measure of comfort by obtaining the resources accident victims need to cover medical expenses and other considerations. Specifically, we seek compensation for concerns, including:

  • Hospital bills
  • Doctors' fees
  • Ongoing medical care
  • Lost wages
  • Property damage or loss
  • Pain and suffering
  • Emotional distress

An accident can happen to anyone. By their very nature, they are unexpected occurrences. Our aim is to make our clients whole again.

Let Us Shoulder Your Legal Burden

To learn more about how our firm can assist, schedule an appointment with one of our lawyers. You can reach us online or call us at 800-261-7037. Initial consultations are free of charge; as we proceed, you will only pay attorneys' fees if we recover compensation first.