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Finding a Personal Injury Attorney in North Las Vegas, Nevada

You can pursue a personal injury case against either a private individual or a larger organization such as a business or government agency if you have been injured and believe that the injury was caused by an act of negligence.

Evidence is crucial if you hope to obtain valuable compensation that can help to pay hospital bills, necessary supplementary medical treatment, replace lost wages and the pain and suffering caused. A personal injury attorney can really help to ensure your claim is successful.

Choosing a Personal Injury Attorney in North Las Vegas

There are plenty of attorneys in North Las Vegas to assist with a personal injury claim. There were over 500 listed at last count. It is worthwhile selecting an attorney who is state licensed and has the relevant experience in dealing with the sort of claim you are intending to pursue.

Typical Injuries in North Las Vegas

North Las Vegas experiences typical injuries noted elsewhere in large, busy metropolitan areas. Injuries at work are largely covered by workers’ compensation and so are not liable for personal injury compensation. The most common injury causing accidents that might lead to a civil claim are as follows:

  • accidents on Las Vegas roads and streets;
  • slip, trip and fall accidents;
  • medical negligence;
  • dog bites and attacks;
  • defective products.

An example of a typical traffic accident is a rear end collision at a compulsory stop, such as an intersection. The vehicle behind you fails to stop, hits the rear end of your vehicle causing you to jerk forwards in your seat. Chest injuries and whiplash are common rear end collision injuries.

Slips and falls happen anywhere where the ground surface is untidy, uneven, loose or broken, wet, icy and slippery. Injuries commonly include broken wrist and arm bones, head injuries, cuts and bruises.

Finding a Personal Injury Attorney in North Las Vegas, Nevada

The Personal Injury Claim Process in Nevada

Nevada’s liability laws allow injured victims of an accident that was not their fault to sue the at-fault party to obtain compensation for medical expenses, lost earnings and pain and suffering.

There is a time limit imposed on personal injury claims and there must be sufficient evidence to link the at-fault party to your injuries.

The state’s statute of limitations imposes a two year limit on personal injury claims against private parties. There is a similar limitation on claims against a government entity such as the city of North Las Vegas, but an initial notice of claim must first be directed towards the government agency first before actually submitting a personal injury claim.

The state also has a comparative negligence rule that allows you to still obtain compensation even if has been decided by a court that you were partly to blame for the accident and therefore your injury.

This is only allowed if you are less than 50% to blame for the accident. Personal injury claims in North Las Vegas are filed through the North Las Vegas Justice Court in N Martin Luther King Blvd. It is open for enquiries about your claim from 7.15 a.m. to 5.45 p.m. every weekday except public holidays.

Use a Free Claim Evaluation to Find a Suitable Personal Injury Attorney

You may understand that a personal injury attorney can make all the difference when it comes to making a claim, but which one should you choose? North Las Vegas has a particularly large number of seemingly suitable attorneys.

With 500 attorneys to make a decision on, you can use our free claim evaluation form available form to help you make a sensible selection.

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