Little Rock is the capital and the largest city of the U.S. state of Arkansas. The Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) had a population of 709,901 people in the 2011 census. The MSA is in turn included in the Little Rock–North Little Rock–Pine Bluff, Arkansas Combined Statistical Area, which had a population of 886,992 in the 2011 census, making it the 47th largest combined statistical area in America. As of the 2010 US Census, Little Rock had a population of 193,524, making it the 118th largest city in America. It is the county seat of Pulaski County.
Located near the geographic center of Arkansas, Little Rock derives its name from a small rock formation on the south bank of the Arkansas River called la Petite Roche (French: "the little rock"). The "little rock" was used by early river traffic as a landmark and became a well-known river crossing. The "little rock" is across the river from "big rock", a large bluff at the edge of the river, which was once used as a rock quarry. There have been two ships of the United States Navy named after the city, including USS Little Rock (LCS-9)
A number of highways converge near Little Rock. I-40 passes through North Little Rock to the north. US 70 parallels I-40 into North Little Rock before multiplexing with I-30 at the Broadway exit (Exit 141B). US 67 and US 167 share the same route from the northeast before splitting. US 67 and US 70 multiplex with Interstate 30 to the southwest. US 167 multiplexes with US 65 and I-530 to the southeast. Other highways include I-430, I-440, I-530, and I-630. I-530 terminates in Little Rock after originating in Pine Bluff, Arkansas.
" Little Rock, Arkansas is so beautiful during the spring and summer time. I own a 1969 Camaro SS and love cruising around the back roads of Arkansas. I like to take a few hours to drive around so I take numerous trips to Fayetteville and Ft. Smith. One Saturday afternoon I was headed out of Little Rock and some 18 wheeler cut right in front of me causing me to slam on my brakes; which caused this Ford F150 to rear end me. I was so furious I wrote down the license plate and description of the 18 wheeler who caused the collision. I called my insurance company to report it and also indicated how it happened and gave them the at fault parties information. After taking my classic Camaro to the body shop, I found out the repairs were almost $10,000. I knew this was going to hurt the value of my Camaro no matter how well they fixed it. So this made me do some research on Diminished Value. I found out that me being the non fault third party would be entitled to diminished value due to the accident. During all this my insurance company got a hold of the trucking company and they accepted liability. I than started calling around to appraisal companies asking them about the process and what their thoughts were on getting what I'm entitled to.
After calling around for several days, I got a hold of these guys Pinnacle Auto Appraisers. They were more than willing to help me understand the process and even gave me a ball park of how much diminished value of incurred because of the accident. These guys sounded very professional and also knew exactly what they were dealing with. The other companies couldn't really tell me anything definite and felt like they didn't want to do the appraisal knowing they were going against an insurance company. So I hired Pinnacle to the appraisal. Once the vehicle was fixed, they came and inspected the vehicle. Than just a few days later I received a report from them. The report was very thorough and even had an explanation to all repairs completed on my 1968 Camaro. I want to personal thank these guys for everything they have done. Not only did I receive excellent customer service but I also received the full amount of diminished value from the insurance company." James Hanson - Little Rock, AR
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