Frequently Asked Questions
Should I accept the insurance company’s offer without consulting a personal injury attorney?
No. The insurance companies will do and say whatever they can to get you to settle for less than what you deserve as quickly as possible. You will no doubt benefit from consulting with an experienced personal injury attorney, and you're better off doing so before you discuss your accident in detail with any insurance company.
How much is my case worth?
It depends on the type and severity of your injuries, the particular actions of the negligent party, how your injuries affect day-to-day living and earning capacity, and much more. Generally, Arkansas law affords you the opportunity to recover both your economic (e.g., medical expenses, lost wages, etc.) and noneconomic (e.g., pain, suffering, and mental anguish) losses resulting from another's negligence.
What is your contingency fee policy?
As is typical, if we don’t recover compensation for you, you will not owe us anything. What sets Reed Firm apart, however, is that our contingency fee agreements are sure to be fair to the client. We care about what you put in your pocket.
Why do I need a personal injury attorney?
In this day and age, lawyers are known for practicing in specific areas of the law. Regardless of experience, many lawyers think they can work a personal injury case even if they've never worked one before. That fact is - personal injury cases can be complex. You will regret hiring a lawyer that has no expertise in personal injury cases, and you will suffer even deeper regret if you try to handle the case on your own.