Personal injury is the broad area of law which covers harm such as auto accident injuries and injuries caused by slip and fall. Personal injuries can result in lifetime costs beyond what you may imagine right now, and you may not be able to return to work or to get back to earning what you were before your accident. If you have been injured as a result of the negligence or wrongdoing of others, you need full and fair compensation for your expenses and losses. Attorney Phillip J. Milligan is here to fight for justice for you.
You Can Afford a Personal Injury Attorney
One of the biggest mistakes that injury victims make is forgoing legal representation because they think they cannot afford it. You can.
We represent injury victims on a contingency fee basis, which means we only get paid if you get paid. We know that injury victims cannot afford to gamble on their cases. We do not ask for money up front. There is no retainer and there are no hourly fees. Our fee is a percentage of what we win for you, so if we do not win compensation for you we do not charge you attorneys’ fees.
Types of Personal Injury
Milligan Law Offices represents Arkansas injury victims in a wide range of accident and types including:
- Car accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Trucking accidents
- Pedestrian accidents
- Slip and fall
- Negligent security
- Other premises liability accidents
- Construction accidents
- Drug injuries
- Defective products
- Wrongful death
Compensation for Your Injuries
After an accident, you know that you are facing financial turmoil, but you may not realize just how high the lifetime costs of your injuries can really become. We are here to make sure that you recover full and fair compensation to cover the costs of your injuries for the rest of your life. You may be able to recover economic and noneconomic damages including:
- Existing and future medical expenses
- Rehabilitation and therapy
- Home health care
- Custodial care
- End of life care
- Medical supplies and medications
- Special equipment
- Prosthetic devices
- Home modifications to accommodate disability
- Adaptive vehicle, such as wheelchair van
- Cost of hired help for tasks you can no longer perform
- Lost income and future lost income
- Diminished earning capacity
- Physical pain and suffering
- Mental anguish
- Loss of enjoyment of life
- Diminished quality of life
- Loss of consortium
- Punitive damages in rare cases
There is a time limit for filing a personal injury lawsuit, called the statute of limitations. If you let the deadline pass, you will lose your right to compensation, so please, do not wait until it is too late.
To learn more about your rights and how we can help if you or someone you love has been injured in Fort Smith, Arkansas, please call Milligan Law Offices at 479-783-2213 or contact us online today and schedule your free initial consultation.