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Super Lawyers Recognizes Attorney Jason Hatfield for Fifth Time

Super Lawyer Jason Hatfield was named for the fifth time an honor reserved for lawyers who exhibit excellence in law practice. Only 5% of attorneys across the country are selected to this prestigious group. To be considered, an attorney must be nominated anonymously by an independent third party, a peer or someone on the Super Lawyers research team.

Once nominated attorneys are evaluated based on Super Lawyers’ rigorous qualifiers including: Experience, Verdicts, Settlements, Honors, Awards and Other Achievements. Lawyers that meet the qualifications are featured on the Super Lawyers website and in the Super Lawyers magazine, which is distributed to firms and law schools throughout the country.

Over his lifetime Jason has tried hundreds of cases and worked on appeals related to those cases at the Arkansas Court of Appeals, Arkansas Supreme Court, and the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals in St. Louis, Missouri.

In 2018, Jason prevailed in a construction injury case at the Arkansas Supreme Court. The case involved multiple issues and multiple injuries including a brain injury and resulting double vision. The Arkansas Supreme Court affirmed a ruling that the brain injury had been proved by a preponderance of the credible evidence and upheld a finding of total vision loss. Multi-Craft Contrs., Inc. vs. Yousey, 542 S.W.3d 155 (2018)

Jason also successfully tried and won multiple workers compensation cases securing medical benefits, lost wages, and permanent disability benefits injured workers that included:

  1. Medications for a school bus driver that sustained a brain injury and resulting migraine headaches after falling on ice in the bus yard. Allen vs. Rogers School District, AWCC# F600617, (2018)
  2. A low back fusion surgery for a City of Siloam Springs water and sewer worker that was injured in a car accident. Schatz vs. Centerton Water & Sewer, AWCC# G707397, (2018)
  3. An arthroscopic knee surgery for a City of Rogers building inspector that was injured in a trench on a construction site. Donahue vs. City of Rogers, AWCC# G60901, (2018)
  4. Surgery bills for a maintenance worker that sustained a hernia while installing cabinets in a new construction area of a hotel. McKenzie vs. S. Walton Suites LLC, AWCC# G708792, (2018)

Jason has lived in Northwest Arkansas since 1983 and has been representing injured Arkansans since 1997. In 2017 Jason moved his office to Don Tyson Pkwy in Springdale, Arkansas, where he practices primarily in the areas of personal injury, car wrecks, truck wrecks, wrongful death, workers compensation, social security disability, criminal defense and family law.

The Law Office of Jason M. Hatfield, P.A. in Springdale, Arkansas

Do you need the help of an experienced personal injury attorney? Super Lawyer Jason M. Hatfield has handled hundreds of workers’ compensation, auto accident, personal injury, premises liability and social security disability cases and is dedicated to helping his client’s receive justice by receiving the highest monetary compensation available. Give Jason a call today at 479-361-3575 for your free no obligation consultation.

Super Lawyers Recognizes Attorney Jason Hatfield for Fifth Time

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