Arkansas Hit-and-Run Trucking Accident Attorneys
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Arkansas Code Ann. § 27-53-103 requires that the driver of any 18-wheeler involved in an accident resulting injury to or death of any person or damage to any vehicle that is driven by any person shall give his or her name, address, and registration. Further, every driver in an accident resulting in injury or death must remain at the scene of the accident for a reasonable time. Failure to remain at the scene is a violation of Arkansas law.
If you have been injured in a trucking accident, it can be a shock to see a professional truck driver leaving you on the side of the road, but it happens far too often. Truck drivers leave the scene of an accident for any number of reasons, and there is almost always an effort to hide something they were doing wrong. Common reasons why a truck driver may leave the scene of an accident are: drug use, drinking and driving, texting and driving, breaking federal regulations regarding hours and weight limits, transport of illegal materials or drug, criminal trafficking, or operating without a commercial driver’s license (CDL).
Hit-and-run trucking accidents require victims to act fast and almost always require an attorney to rapidly investigate and work with law enforcement officials, insurance companies, and storage facilities to properly obtain and preserve evidence of any illegal activity.
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At Keith Law Group we have the knowledge and resources needed to secure full and fair compensation for your accident-related losses. When you hire us, we will take swift action to investigate your accident and preserve critical evidence in your case. Our lawyers will pursue an aggressive case strategy designed to win maximum compensation as quickly as possible.