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  1. Jason Hatfield Testifies at the Arkansas State Capitol

    In the 2017 Arkansas Congressional Session, the insurance industry and big business proposed six new bills to limit injured worker benefits. One of the bills proposed would have limited death benefits to widows and their children to only 450 weeks. Obviously young children would still…

  2. Best Lawyers Recognizes Workers’ Compensation Attorney Jason Hatfield in 2018 Edition

    Jason Hatfield was recently named to the 2018 Edition of Best Lawyers, one the oldest and most respected peer review publications in the legal profession. Lawyers on the Best Lawyers list are selected by conducting exhaustive peer review surveys in which tens of thousands of…

  3. Super Lawyers Recognizes Attorney Jason Hatfield for Fourth Time

    Jason Hatfield was recently named for the fourth time one of the year’s Super Lawyers by superlawyers.com. Only the most qualified attorneys across the country are selected to this prestigious group. To be considered, an attorney must be nominated anonymously by a peer, an independent…

  4. Why You Should Immediately Report Workers’ Compensation Injuries

    Always immediately report any work comp injury to your employer. If you do not, the insurance company will likely deny your claim and will certainly investigate the injury with more scrutiny than normal. Many times people tell me they didn’t immediately report a workplace injury…

  5. Car Wreck in Fayetteville, Arkansas

    After getting into a vehicle accident call the police.  Insurance companies require that you have a police report before considering your claim.  Do not agree to simply exchange insurance information with the other party and leave the scene.  The other party could easily give you…

  6. Auto Accidents in Springdale, Arkansas

    Why having a lawyer on your side is important. If you have been hurt in a car accident you likely have questions about who is responsible for your medical bills and expenses, your lost wages and your pain and discomfort resulting from these injuries.  The…

  7. When a Work Comp Claim is Denied

    If you have been hurt at work in Arkansas, you are probably already experiencing some aspect of the workers’ compensation system.  Unfortunately, insurance adjusters do not always fairly explain your rights under Arkansas law. If the doctor determines that you are unable to work as a…

  8. Social Media & Injury Claims

    Innocent Posts on Social Media Can Negatively Impact Your Personal Injury Claim Most of us have a social media account, and many regularly post status updates, pictures, and videos online.  Facebook and Instagram allow us to keep in contact with friends and relatives; however these…

  9. If Your SSDI Claim has been Denied

    Denied Social Security Disability Claims How an Attorney Can Help. When people apply for Social Security Disability benefits, it’s typically because they do not have a lot of other options.  At the Law Office of Jason M. Hatfield, P.A., we understand that receiving a denial…

  10. Social Security Disability

    If you have been injured or are otherwise unable to work, you may be eligible for SSDI (Social Security Disability Insurance) or SSI (Supplemental Security Income).  At the Law Office of Jason M. Hatfield in Fayetteville, Arkansas, we help people secure the benefits that they…