Why Choose Us
Through no fault of your own, have you been injured by someone else’s carelessness?
The roads in Northwest Arkansas are extremely busy. Whether you are traveling from Fayetteville to Bentonville on Interstate 49 or from Rogers to Springdale on Highway 71, the roads are congested. Every day, people in Benton and Washington County are in car accidents. What if you are the person in that wreck? Now you have to deal with repairing or replacing your car, seeking medical treatment for your injuries, missing work and/or the daily grind of pain that no one understands unless they have gone through something similar. You need an attorney who can guide you through this process and fight for your rights if the insurance company makes it necessary.
For more than twenty years, Sean Keith has handled car wreck cases on behalf of clients.
Sean Keith knows what it takes to ensure that his clients get paid for their injuries. There are many different things that makes dealing with an insurance company difficult. Keep in mind that an insurance company is not your friend, they are for-profit corporations whose goal is to pay the very least for the injuries you have suffered. The less they have to compensate you, the more money that goes into the pockets of their shareholders.
Ultimately, you have the right to hold the other driver accountable for their actions in front of a jury.
You need an attorney who can help you do that.
The category of law called “personal injury” includes cases involving injury or death to a person as a result of the fault of another.
The most common types of cases are car wrecks, tractor trailer collisions, motorcycle accidents, construction site injuries, medical malpractice, pharmaceutical, and social security disability. Our law firm has handled hundreds of cases involving these type of cases including several that have resulted in significant money. These type of cases also include nursing homes and premise liability (people who have been injured at a business from the negligence of the property owner).