At the Morris Bart law firm, we believe that individuals and companies that hurt others with their negligence should be held responsible. Not only do you stand to recover compensation for your losses but holding reckless or negligent parties accountable can also prevent injury to other innocent people in the future. Do not delay. Arkansas personal injury cases have a statute of limitations of three years from the date the incident occurred. If you do not take legal action in your personal injury case before this deadline, you may lose the right to recover compensation in court. There may be exceptions to the time limit in some cases. If you hire us to represent you in your Little Rock personal injury case, there are no upfront costs to you. Our firm works on a contingency-fee-basis, meaning we only take payment if you receive a settlement or ruling in court. Reduce your risk of being unable to be fairly compensated by working with a Little Rock personal injury lawyer and the Morris Bart law firm.

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