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Arkansas Razorbacks running back Rawleigh Williams, who suffered a career-ending neck injury in April 2017, was taken from the field in Fayetteville a year and a half earlier after suffering a herniated disk in his neck during a game against Auburn University.
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Former Razorback Settles Lawsuit with Insurance CompaniesLock Icon

Rawleigh Williams III recently settled his suit in Washington County Circuit Court against the underwriters at Lloyd’s of London for allegations of breach of contract and other misconduct. read more >
Monte Johnson, president of Automatic Auto Finance, the subject of a lawsuit filed by Attorney General Leslie Rutledge.
Banking & Finance / Business Services / Government & Politics / Media & Marketing

The Full Monte: Suits Cite Spiral of AbuseLock Icon

Monte Johnston was a successful Springdale businessman with several lucrative companies, a wife and four daughters, a big house and write-ups in local publications. But in 2015, his life started falling apart, personally and professionally. read more >
Arkansas Razorbacks running back Rawleigh Williams, who suffered a career-ending neck injury in April 2017, was taken from the field in Fayetteville a year and a half earlier after suffering a herniated disk in his neck during a game against Auburn University.
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Former Razorback, His Career Ended by Injury, Sues InsurerLock Icon

Former Arkansas Razorback Rawleigh Williams III thought a $1 million sports disability insurance policy would protect him financially if an injury derailed what promised to be a lucrative pro football career. read more >
Attorneys Bill Horton of Caddell Reynolds and Randy Pulliam of Carney Bates & Pulliam successfully argued that State Farm shouldn't have taken money awarded to its customers through third-party settlements.
Health Care / Insurance / Legal

Arkansas Law Firms Awarded $6.5M in Fees from State Farm Suit

Two Arkansas law firms will share an award of $6.5 million in attorneys’ fees for representing plaintiffs in a class-action lawsuit against State Farm Mutual Auto Insurance Co. It’s one of the largest awards in Arkansas in recent memory. read more >
A lingering insurance dispute remains after Edwards Commons at Lyon College was destroyed by fire on Oct. 26, 2010.
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Insurance Claims Increasingly Fought in Court

U.S. District Court records show that in the Arkansas federal courts in 2011 there were 93 lawsuits related to insurance claims. In 2012, the number rose to 99. And through Oct. 31, 77 lawsuits involving insurance claims have been filed. read more >