Get Expert Legal Representation

The insurance company will likely try to settle with you quickly, pressuring you into signing paperwork before you are ready. Before signing your rights away, call the Law Offices of Miller & Mallett to speak with one of our car accident lawyers in Little Rock, AR. We would be happy to learn more about your experience and walk you through your potential options. The insurance company is not looking out for your interests, but we would be grateful to be your trusted advocate.

Access Comprehensive Legal Support

The Miller & Mallett team understands the challenges faced by accident victims and their families – we’ve been there too. We are here to be your compassionate guide through the legal system, always advocating vigorously for your rights. From investigating the cause of the accident to negotiating with insurance companies and litigating in court, we are ready to fight for you.

No Two Car Accidents Are Exactly Alike

Every car accident comes with its own set of complex circumstances and legal considerations. That’s why it is vital to have a legal professional on your side looking out for your interests. The insurance company will not take care of you. We will make sure they have to. Some common types of car accidents we handle include:

Rear-End Collisions 

These accidents occur when one vehicle crashes into the back of another vehicle. Rear-end collisions can cause whiplash, spinal injuries, and other serious injuries.

T-Bone Accidents

Also known as side-impact collisions, T-bone accidents occur when the front of one vehicle collides with the side of another vehicle. These accidents can result in severe injuries, especially for passengers on the side of the impacted vehicle.

Head-On Collisions

Head-on collisions involve two vehicles crashing into each other front-end to front-end. These accidents are among the most severe and can result in catastrophic injuries or fatalities.

Hit-and-Run Accidents

Hit-and-run accidents occur when a driver leaves the scene of an accident without stopping to exchange information or render aid. Our attorneys can help victims of hit-and-run accidents pursue compensation through their own insurance policies or pursue other legal avenues.

Multi-Vehicle Accidents

Also known as pile-ups or chain-reaction accidents, multi-vehicle accidents involve three or more vehicles colliding with each other in rapid succession. These accidents can result in complex legal proceedings involving multiple parties and insurance companies.

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Seeking Compensation

After a car accident, victims may be entitled to compensation for a variety of damages, including:

  • Medical expenses
  • Lost wages
  • Property/car damage
  • Pain and suffering
  • Emotional distress
  • Permanent disability or disfigurement

Our Little Rock car accident attorneys work diligently to assess the full extent of our client's damages and pursue maximum compensation on their behalf. We understand the financial strain that car accidents can place on victims and their families, and we are committed to helping them recover the compensation they need to rebuild their lives. Remember, we don’t get paid unless and until you get your settlement. We are here to relieve your stress, not add another bill to the pile.

Contact us today for a free consultation and let us help you get the compensation you need for your injuries and losses. We’d love to invite you to visit us at our unique and beautiful office: a 9,000-square-foot Victorian mansion in historic downtown Little Rock. We hope to show you why they call us, “the Firm with a Smile!”

What Should You Do If You’re in a Car Wreck?

As mom used to say, “An ounce of preparation is worth a pound of cure.” While we all hope to avoid having a car accident, it makes sense to have a plan should one occur. Sit down with your family and commit to following these steps together should you ever be involved in a car accident, even one that seems relatively minor at first.

Following this advice can help protect your legal rights and ensure you get the compensation you deserve. 

  1. Call 9-1-1 or the police and report the collision immediately so any serious injuries can be treated right away, and a police report will be made.
  2. Take photos of the collision or have someone take them for you. Make sure to take pictures of all the vehicles involved.
  3. Write down the names and phone numbers of any witnesses. The police do not always do this.
  4. Get the other driver’s insurance information.
  5. Get the police report number.
  6. Call the Law Offices of Miller & Mallett to get an experienced personal injury attorney working for you today. 
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Distracted Driving Accident

Distracted Driving Accident

Distracted driving accidents have become increasingly prevalent in recent years, posing a significant threat to road safety. Whether it's texting, checking social media, adjusting the radio, or eating behind the wheel, many people don’t realize what serious consequences distracted driving can have on the road. 

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Drunk Driving Accident

Drunk Driving Accident

Drunk driving accidents are not only tragic but also entirely preventable. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration tells us that 37 people are killed every day by drunk drivers. In each case, families are shattered due to the reckless decision to drive under the influence of alcohol. If you or a loved one has been involved in a drunk driving accident, you understand the devastating impact it can have on your life.

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Fatal Car Accident

Fatal Car Accident

The death of a loved one forever alters the lives of their friends and families. The sudden loss of life is emotionally devastating and that recovery can take a lifetime. When their death is sudden and caused by the negligence or carelessness of someone else, the loss can carry additional pain. 

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Rear End Accident

Rear End Accident

Did you know that rear-end accidents are among the most common types of car accidents, often resulting from a driver's negligence, distraction, or failure to maintain a safe following distance? Despite their frequency, these accidents can cause significant injuries and property damage to those involved. If you've been injured in a rear-end accident, it's crucial to understand your rights and legal options.

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T-Bone Accident

T-Bone Accident

T-bone accidents, also known as side-impact collisions, occur when the front of one vehicle strikes the side of another vehicle, forming the shape of a "T." These accidents often result in serious injuries and property damage due to the significant force of impact on the vehicle's side.

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