Workers' Compensation

What is Workers' Compensation?

In general, when you are hurt on the job in Arkansas your employer and their insurance company is required to pay your medical bills, your lost wages, compensate you for any permanent injury, and either retrain you or pay you if you are unable to return to your previous job.

Theory Versus Reality

In theory, if you get hurt on the job your employer and their Workers’ Compensation insurance company will take care of you. This means that they will pay all of the following:

  • Medical Bills
  • Mileage
  • Prescriptions
  • Off-work benefits
  • Permanent injuries
  • Future medical expenses
  • Any difficulties you may experience when making the same or more money

In reality, our more than twenty years of experience in workers' compensation has shown us that insurance companies often do not pay the money and benefits to which injured workers are entitled. We have seen insurance companies refuse to pay for medical procedures recommended by a client’s treating physician as well as procedures recommended by the physicians the insurance companies have forced our clients to see. Time and time again, we see insurance companies do what is best for them and not what is best for the injured worker.

How Do We Help?

I've Been Injured, What Should I Do?

At Wren Law Firm, we believe that every injury in the workplace should be reviewed by our team. It is incredibly important workers to reach out as soon as possible after an injury to understand their options. As a general rule, workers who have suffered relatively minor injuries from which they will recover without any permanent injuries can handle their claim without the assistance of our team. However, serious injuries that cause missed days at work, extended recovery time and rehab, or those that cause permanent injury should be handled by a legal professional. Small mistakes and oversights made by injured workers and families can reduce or eliminate the benefits they may be entitled.

I Cannot Afford an Attorney

Wren Law Firm only gets paid if we receive a lump sum settlement on your behalf. In essence, if we do not get you a lump sum settlement, you do not owe us anything. Any fee we are awarded must be approved by an Administrative Law Judge. This risk-free approach is our way of assuring our clients they are receiving the highest level of care during their case.

What We Do for You

At Wren Law Firm, it is our goal to handle your claim and make sure you can focus on recovery. When insurance companies do not wish to cooperate and pay you what you are entitled, we will fight for our clients rights to:

  • Medical Care
  • Mileage reimbursement
  • Impairment Ratings
  • Vocational Rehabilitation
  • Change of Physician
  • and Any Other Medical Reimbursements Our Clients Deserve

Why Choose Wren Law Firm?

We began our law firm in 1997 to provide our community with the best legal consultation of any firm in the state of Arkansas. We know you have many options when it comes to legal representation, contact us now to learn how we can help you. 

24/7 Service

Injuries can happen at any time of day. We have 24/7 phone service so that you can feel secure in your time of need. Call Wren Law Firm at 501-523-1000 or toll free at 800-300-1775.


With over 20 years of experience in injury and employment law, we provide the highest level of expertise to all of our clients.

Risk Free

We believe nobody should have to worry about whether they can afford attorney representation. Therefore, We only get paid when we obtain a settlement for you.

Free Consultation

Unsure where to start? Call Wren Law Firm at 501-523-1000 or toll free at 800-300-1775 and we will evaluate your case to give you the best legal advice and next steps.

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