Many times, the above issues lead to termination of a healthcare provider’s employment. This can lead to financial insecurity and other economic issues. If so, the healthcare provider might be eligible for unemployment benefits, which are compensation available to employees who are temporarily out of work through no fault of their own. Go to http://dws.arkansas.gov for more information about collecting unemployment benefits.
The Law Offices Of Darren O’Quinn has experience in prosecuting claims for personal injury and death caused by defective products. A defective product is one that is unreasonably dangerous for its intended use. All products are subject to this law. Some examples of the defective product cases we have handled include automobile tire rims, personal watercraft, boats, and medications. If you or a loved one has been seriously injured or dies as a result of a dangerous or defective product, we have the necessary experience and resources to evaluate and prosecute your product liability claim.
Mr. O’Quinn has been involved in numerous cases throughout Arkansas with insurance companies who refuse to pay and compensate their insured for legitimate claims. Insurance companies promise that claims will be covered under their policies, yet when it comes time, routinely fail to pay what is rightly due. The law provides that insurance companies may be liable for, in addition to what they owe, certain penalties and fees. Also, in some instances insurance companies are guilty of bad faith, which may subject them to punitive damages. We sue insurance companies to get them to pay what they owe.