Throughout the years, many people have asked Cearley what their biggest case has been. Today, Bob Cearley recalls the case that ended in a multi-million dollar settlement in Arkansas!
“The misconduct highlighted in this report is a stark reminder that corporations will stop at nothing to protect their profits – even if that means putting consumers and workers at risk,” said Kathleen Nastri, President of AAJ. “As this report clearly illustrates, Americans need access to the courts so they can get justice and stand up to the onslaught of misconduct.”
We firmly believe that you deserve more than just an attorney. Anyone can stand up in court and list a few reasons why you should get justice. That's not hard. People do that on the internet all the time. That's not what Cearley Law Firm is about. We want to be more than just your lawyer; we want to be your advocate.
Doctors are trusted with the lives of ourselves and our loved ones. It's hard to ever consider that a hospital or individual doctor could've made a grave mistake or committed professional negligence, and it's even harder to get the justice you deserve once you've made the decision to pursue a case. That's why Cearley Law Firm is here to help.
Many motorcycle accidents can be prevented simply by knowing basic road rules and driver etiquette. Each state has different laws for motorcycle riders, so we pulled together Arkansas’s motorcycle driver laws and some tips to keep everyone safe on the road.
In forced arbitration, a company requires a consumer or employee to submit any dispute that may arise to binding arbitration as a condition of employment or buying a product or service. The employee or consumer is required to waive their right to sue, to participate in a class action lawsuit, or to appeal. Forced arbitration is mandatory, the arbitrator’s decision is binding, and the results are not public.
Article sourced from: https://www.justice.org/news/long-awaited-rule-curb-wall-street’s-use-forced-arbitration-released
Motorcycles are everywhere, yet many riders and drivers are unprepared to share the road safely. In Arkansas, motorcycle accidents happen at least once a week. We wanted to help educate the public on road rules, safety measures and motorcycle awareness, so we created the "Look Twice. Save a Life." campaign.