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Can You Sue for a Car Accident if There is No Damage in Arkansas?

Car accidents often result in thousands of dollars of property damage and medical bills. However, there may be a time when you are involved in a car accident but sustain no damage to your vehicle. Even if your vehicle was not damaged, you should not assume that you...

How Long Does a Trademark Last in Arkansas?

A trademark is important when you want to protect your business from infringement. Therefore, you should know how long your trademark lasts and when you need to renew it. Under certain circumstances, your trademark may even lapse before the renewal date. If you or a...

Is Arkansas a No-Fault State for Car Insurance After an Accident?

After being in a serious car accident, one of your first thoughts is probably about how you will afford your medical bills or the damage to your vehicle. While some states have adopted no-fault insurance laws for people injured in car accidents, Arkansas is not one of...

Suing for Whiplash after a Car Accident in Arkansas

Car accidents are sudden and traumatic experiences. Victims of car accidents can suffer a wide range of injuries, including whiplash. Whiplash is a debilitating injury that may impact various aspects of a person’s life. A negligent driver who caused you to suffer a...