What’s the Statute of Limitations for Arkansas Wrongful Death Claims?

When someone is killed as the result of another person’s negligence, the family of the victim may seek compensation for damages against the party responsible for their loss. But finding the evidence to build a strong case can take time, so victims’ families shouldn’t wait to file Arkansas wrongful death lawsuits.

The legal professionals at Rainwater, Holt & Sexton explain that Arkansas has a statute of limitations—or legal deadline— to file wrongful death claims. In Arkansas, the statute of limitations for wrongful death claims is generally three years from the date of the victim’s death.

There are very few exceptions to this law, so don’t delay getting help if you’ve lost a loved one in an accident. At Rainwater, Holt & Sexton, we have a compassionate and experienced team of Little Rock personal injury attorneys ready to help protect your family’s rights. Give us a call to get a free initial consultation—just dial (800) 767-4815 today.

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With four offices in Arkansas—Little Rock, Fayetteville, Conway, and Hot Springs—our Arkansas personal injury lawyers are easily accessible when you need help. If you were hurt in an accident and want the help of an experienced attorney with a proven track record, contact Rainwater, Holt & Sexton Injury Lawyers.

Fill out a free contact request form, which only takes a minute, or simply dial (800) 767-4815 and tell us about your accident.

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