Arkansas Personal Injury Lawyers

In Arkansas, if you or someone that you care about has been injured by a product or through the negligence of others, you have the right to learn about your legal options.

At Sokolove Law, we are a national law firm, and we've helped people in all 50 states, including Arkansas, obtain access to legal assistance. With 49 locations nationwide, Sokolove Law and our partners work to help the injured obtain the compensation they deserve. Together, we have the knowledge and experience to help you win the maximum settlement for your claim. Below is a list of some case types we focus on in Arkansas:

Arkansas Mesothelioma Lawyers

Sokolove Law is a national law firm, and we have helped people in Arkansas and throughout the country to access the legal assistance they need, particularly when it comes to mesothelioma and asbestos-related diseases. With locations nationwide, Sokolove Law works with our network of legal partners to help victims of mesothelioma as well as their families to obtain the compensation they deserve. Together, we have the knowledge and experience to help you win the maximum settlement for your claim.

Mesothelioma is a rare but deadly type of cancer that can occur after exposure to asbestos. We have handled mesothelioma and asbestos-related claims and legal cases for more than 40 years and we have helped those afflicted with asbestos-related diseases and their families receive the compensation they deserve for their injuries.

While Sokolove Law has a presence in the state of Arkansas, we are a national mesothelioma law firm, so we are not limited to filing mesothelioma lawsuits in the state of Arkansas. We will file your case in the court where your mesothelioma or asbestos-related claim can best be litigated, a strategy that can potentially maximize your case’s value.

Arkansas Birth Injury Lawyers

Tragically, a newborn child may suffer birth injuries when a medical error is made by the hospital, doctor, or other health care provider. The long-term care costs for a child with a birth injury are today estimated at around $1 million. For more than 40 years, Sokolove Law has been litigating cases of birth injury, and our birth injury lawyers have helped families get the compensation necessary to secure their child's future. In Arkansas, Sokolove Law has helped families receive $1.2 million in birth injury settlements.

Arkansas Nursing Home Abuse Lawyers

Nursing home neglect and abuse is a growing problem for the elderly. At Sokolove Law, we have more than 40 years of experience with providing legal assistance to families whose loved ones have suffered nursing home abuse. An experienced nationwide nursing home abuse lawyer can help you identify signs of abuse and neglect and work to get justice and compensation for your loved one.

Arkansas Dangerous Drug Lawyers

Sometimes medications prescribed to help those who are sick end up doing them more harm than good. Drugs prescribed inappropriately can cause adverse, life-threatening reactions. Pharmaceutical companies may underplay a drug’s side effects or fail to adequately test a product. With more than three decades of experience in litigating dangerous drug lawsuits, Sokolove Law has the experience to help you or your loved one to pursue compensation for a drug-related injury.

Arkansas Social Security Disability Insurance Lawyers

If you have had a claim for Social Security Disability Insurance denied, Sokolove Law’s nationwide network of Social Security Disability Insurance lawyers may be able to help. Sokolove Law offers free, no-obligation legal consultations. And, until you start receiving your monthly cash payments from the Social Security Administration, we don't receive any fees. Claims are reviewed 24 hours per day and we can assist clients in all 50 states.

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Last modified: September 10, 2020