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Quick Tips for Workers’ Compensation Depositions

Employers and their insurance providers will often request to take the depositions of Claimants in Workers’ Compensation Cases. This essentially is just a question and answer period where the employers through their attorney’s take sworn testimony. Said testimony is recorded by a court reporter and a transcript is prepared. Having

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What is the Difference Between a Scheduled and Unscheduled Injury?

Arkansas divides. workplace injuries into two categories; Scheduled and Unscheduled Injuries. This distinction is very important in determining what rights and benefits you have with your workplace injury claim. Many injured workers’ are surprised to find out the limitations posed by scheduled injuries. What is a scheduled injury? It is

What next your employer fails to get workers’ compensation coverage

One frequent issue we run into at the Law Offices of Craig L. Cook is employers who fail to maintain Workers’ Compensation Insurance. While this does create difficulty, it is not the end of the road for an injured worker’s quest for compensation. When an employer fails to maintain insurance

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Estate Planning is a tough topic; let us make it easier.

Whether you are a young adult or elderly, Estate Planning can be an essential investment for one’s property and care for their loved ones. Whether land, material objects, money, or a loved one’s care, it all can be taken care of with proper estate planning. What helps is knowing what

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We Work for Working People

Hello, my name is Craig L. Cook, I am the owner and head attorney for the Law Offices of Craig L. Cook. I wanted to take the time to share with you a raw glimpse of just what our Law firm is all about. Many questions I get, as well

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FAQ’s on Workers’ Compensation in Arkansas

A very common question Claimants have following a workplace injury is why their weekly wages are so low. Arkansas law provides that Claimants are owed two-thirds of their average weekly wage while being off work. While there are exceptions to this general rule, it is well-established law. How are wages calculated? What is

The Benefits of Working With a Workers Compensation Attorney

If you’ve been injured on the job, you may be entitled to workers compensation benefits. Workers compensation is a system of insurance that provides benefits to employees who are injured or become ill as a result of their job. Benefits can include medical expenses, income replacement, and death benefits. If

What Assets Are Exempt from Bankruptcy in Arkansas?

If you’re drowning under the weight of debt in Arkansas, filing for bankruptcy might provide you with much-needed relief. While you might worry that you will lose everything by filing for bankruptcy, most people get to keep everything by claiming the proper exemptions. Scroll down to learn what assets are

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