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Little Rock Arkansas Workers' Compensation Law Firm
We understand that when our clients are injured at work, insurance companies try to direct their initial medical care, sending them to doctors sympathetic to the company's bottom line. Hart Law, however, actually cares about our clients' health. One of our major goals is to develop the medical portion of claims, using the law to get our clients quality treatment from fair, competent physicians who likewise care about their health.
With over two decades of experience, Neal L. Hart and our law firm have an eye for managing workers' comp claims and maximizing clients' recoveries. We take the time to fully analyze and value each claim, taking into consideration the client's age, education and background. We thoroughly explore all potential benefits:
• Temporary disability
• Permanent disability
• Wage loss disability
• Vocational retraining
• Future medical care
At Hart Law Firm, L.L.P., we realize that our clients probably have many questions about workers' compensation law. From our initial free consultation to the conclusion of a claim, we believe it is our calling and duty not only to guide clients through the process, but also to help them understand how workers' comp law works.
We tell it like it is. We do not believe in artificially inflating the potential value of any claim. We give honest answers using a combination of known information, probable legal outcomes and decades of experience.
About Hart Law Firm, L.L.P.
- Arkansas Workers' Compensation Law 95%
- Arkansas Personal Injury Law 5%
- English (Primary)
- Rebecca D. Scott, 501-978-5444, Administrator
415 North McKinley StreetSuite 330 Little Rock, AR 72205
- (501) 978-5446
Offers Free Initial Consultation
Monday through Friday 8:30AM-4:30PM; Closed Saturday & Sunday
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