Common Types of Personal Injury Cases We Handle
Our personal injury attorneys in Las Vegas have handled a wide variety of claims throughout Nevada. Some of the most common types of cases we see include:
How Much Is My Personal Injury Case Worth?
Every personal injury case is different, and we tailor our efforts to the needs of each client. The specific factors of each case make it difficult to say what any particular claim is worth until we have conducted a full investigation and understand the extent of the damages.
Depending on the facts of your case, you could recover compensation for:
- Your lost wages if your injuries caused you to miss time from work
- Any medical bills related to your injuries (including doctor’s visits, hospital stays, prescription medications, X-rays and other diagnostic imaging, lab work, surgeries, physical therapy, etc.)
- Your diminished ability to work and earn a living if you have a disability as a result of your injuries
- Your physical pain and suffering
- Any mental anguish or diminished quality of life you’ve suffered as a result of the accident
Don’t trust an insurance company to tell you what your case is worth. The insurance adjuster’s job is to minimize your payout and deny your claim whenever possible.
Let a skilled Las Vegas personal injury lawyer from Sam & Ash Injury Law pursue the full compensation you need ─ because you deserve What’s Right – We fight. YOU win.
How Long Do I Have To File a Personal Injury Lawsuit in Nevada?
It’s important to speak with a lawyer soon after an accident because you have a limited amount of time to take legal action. In most personal injury lawsuits in Nevada, the statute of limitations is two years from the date of your injury.
Two years might seem like a long time, but to keep your options for compensation open, you’ll want to speak with an experienced attorney who can help guide you through the process.
Insurance companies routinely deny compensation because a claim was mishandled. Even if you don’t intend to hire an attorney, it’s important to get some good advice as soon as possible after an accident has happened.
While most personal injury lawsuits are settled out of court, the statute of limitations still matters because the threat of a lawsuit may be necessary to get the other party to compensate you fairly for your injuries.
Your attorney will also need time to investigate your accident and build a strong case for fair compensation. So the sooner you speak with a lawyer, the better. Today’s Injuries need Today’s lawyers.