There are many circumstances where you or your loved one could incur injuries. While some injuries are trivial and small, others are more severe and can cause long-term pain and suffering.

Minor injuries are like straining the back when you lift bulky goods in an improper manner or spraining your ankle when you stumble over the ground. Ankle sprains cause little pain and heal without much medical attention.

Again, there are more severe injuries that can cause life-long harm, discomfort, or pain. These include brain damage, spinal cord injuries, severe burns, and many more.

The severe injuries, also referred to as catastrophic injuries, change your life forever. Not only do they affect the victims but also their loved ones. The victims of catastrophic injuries face lots of challenges adapting to new experiences afterward.

Major causes of catastrophic injuries are slip and fall accidents. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, each year, more than 22,000 senior adults succumb to damages caused by falls.

In 2010, the Nevada Department of Transportation recorded over 18,000 catastrophes injury cases following road crashes.

There were 41 drowning cases (fatal and non-fatal) within Nevada in 2015. With fatal drowning, the victim dies while with non-fatal drowning, the victim can incur permanent brain injuries.

Have you or your loved ones incurred any catastrophic injury? Are you looking to file a lawsuit for harm caused to you because of another person’s carelessness? Las Vegas Personal Injury Attorney Law Firm, for many years, has handled all types of catastrophic injuries. Get in touch with for help in seeking compensation for the harm caused to you.

What Is a Catastrophic Injury in Nevada?

Under Nevada law, a catastrophic injury is one that hinders you from doing routine tasks. Catastrophic injuries result in total hearing loss, eye-sight loss, limb amputation, spinal cord injuries, second and third-degree burns, and many more.

Often, catastrophic injuries cause long-term effects on victims, and the majority need support to handle daily activities.

Nevada statutes details a catastrophic injury as:

  1. Total eye-sight loss. You could lose sight in one or all eyes
  2. Complete hearing loss. You could lose hearing ability in one or all ears
  3. Limb amputation. You could get amputated one or both legs and arms
  4. Spinal cord and head injuries that cause paralysis of one or more upper and lower limbs
  5. Head injuries that cause cognitive impairment. Objective psychological testing is the accepted method to determine cognitive impairment
  6. Severe burns. Catastrophic injuries occur when you incur second or third-degree wounds. The trauma must have covered over 50% of the face, body, and hand
  7. Partial or total loss of speech
  8. A vegetative condition or coma
  9. Organ failure following an accident
  10. Types of injuries that insurance providers consent that needs compensation claims for catastrophes injuries

What Causes Catastrophic Injuries?

Many instances cause catastrophic injuries. They range from medical malpractices, road crashes, workplace injuries, slip and fall accidents, fire accidents, and drowning incidents.

Catastrophic injuries have various effects on the victims’ body systems. These include the excretory, reproductive, circulatory, urinary, and gastrointestinal systems.

Types of Catastrophic Injuries

Catastrophic injuries are life-changing events and occur without expectations. You need to get support for almost everything from friends and family. Thus, you need a personal injury attorney with a proven track record to help you get the compensation you deserve.

See, depending on the type of injuries you incur, you need to walk your kids to school, you need to clean your home, cook your food, and run errands too. Now, catastrophic injuries, eight out of ten times, renders you immobile, you suffer speech impediment or even defective cognitive functions.

Common types of catastrophic injuries are:

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

Traumatic brain injury is a severe condition that causes thousands of deaths in the US every year. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that in 2014, TBIs caused approximately 2.9 million hospital visitations and fatalities. Eight hundred thirty-seven thousand of these cases were young children.

According to the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, traumatic brain injury entails severe damage to the brain tissues. The catastrophic injury happens when your head is hit or hits an object. Also, this type of injury occurs when an object pierces through your skull and causes damage to tissues in the brain.

Causes of Traumatic Brain Injury

A blow to the body or head is a significant cause of TBI. The severity of a TBI is dependent on many factors like the intensity of the shock and the extent of the injury.

According to the Mayo Clinic, situations that lead to TBI include:

Sports Injuries

Severe injuries can happen in many sporting activities. Examples of activities include hockey, lacrosse, baseball, soccer, boxing, football, skateboarding, and other extreme sports.

Car Accidents

Auto collisions are the leading causes of TBI in the USA. These crashes involve motorcycles, bicycles, and cars. At times pedestrians incur catastrophic injuries in car accidents.


Falls that lead to catastrophic injuries like TBI include staircases fall, falling from a high ladder, and slip and fall accidents in the bathroom or wet floors.

Violent Acts

Different forms of violence like gunfights, street fights with machetes and metal bars, or even domestic violence are common causes of TBI.

Combat and Explosive Injuries

Military personnel uses many kinds of explosive devices in battles. When these explosives go off, they release shrapnel, which tears through the flesh. From this blast’s impact, you can sustain brain damage if the shrapnel pierces the skull and enters the brain tissue.

What Makes a TBI a Catastrophic Injury?

A TBI is termed as catastrophic when you cannot handle your daily activities and need long-life support. The complications caused by traumatic brain injuries are:

Altered Consciousness

TBIs often cause permanent impacts on victims' lives. These injuries alter the victims' state of responsiveness, awareness, and consciousness.

  • Brain death. This is an irreversible condition where the brain ceases to function. The victim only survives through a life support machine, and if removed, the victim dies.
  • Coma. When in a coma, you cannot respond to stimuli. You are unconscious or unaware of the happenings nearby. Comas are caused by extreme damage to brain parts. Victims can remain in a coma for days to many months, and they enter the vegetative state when they regain consciousness.
  • Vegetative state. Here, you can move, open your eyes, respond to reflexes, mumble, but are unaware of your environment. While the vegetative is a permanent condition, there are cases where patients recover to a minimally conscious state.
  • Minimally conscious state. Patients can recover from a coma and heal completely. But TBI is so severe that many recover up to a minimally conscious state. Here, you show signs of awareness but cannot handle any task.

TBIs are permanent situations that affect various aspects of victims’ lives like communication, emotional, sensory, and behavioral problems. A competent personal injury lawyer can go along way to ensure you or your loved one gets life-long support.

Spinal Cord Injuries

Mayo Clinic explains that spinal cord injuries involve damage to spinal cord parts or even nerves that relay impulses in the body from the central nervous system. Also known as equina, damage to the nerves results in long-life conditions like loss of sensations, and low strength.

Spinal cord injuries are termed as catastrophic as they affect all aspects of your life permanently. Your mental, social, and emotional states are hampered in ways that will need you to undergo rehabilitation therapy for many years.

Injuries of the spinal cord can cause paralysis conditions like:

  • Paraplegia. With this condition, your legs, pelvic organs, and trunk are affected.
  • Tetraplegia. Here, the paralysis conditions affect your hands, pelvic organs, trunks, and legs. Tetraplegia, also referred to quadriplegia, can change your life forever as you cannot perform many tasks that need intense lifting or pushing.

Causes of Spinal Cord Injuries

Causes of catastrophic spinal cord injuries are auto accidents, domestic violence, gunshots, slip and fall accidents, sports injuries, and physical battery.

Road accidents account for over half of spinal cord injuries in the US. For persons over the age of 65, slip and fall accidents account for around 30% of spinal cord injuries. Physical assaults like gunfights, knife attacks, and domestic violence cause about 13 percent of spinal cord injuries.

Sporting activities are known to cause catastrophic injuries like spinal cord injuries too. For example, diving in the shallow end of swimming pools causes around 12% of spinal cord injuries.

What Makes a Spinal Cord Injury a Catastrophic Injury?

Spinal cord injuries are considered catastrophic if there is a loss of bowel and/ or bladder control, movement, fertility, sexual sensitivity, and extreme pain flowing the damage of the nervous system.

When the bladder control is damaged, the bladder continues to perform its work – urine storage, but the brain cannot relay impulses to the brain following a spinal cord injury.

Speaking of sexual health, a spinal cord injury causes significant problems like erectile dysfunction in men and loss of lubrication in women. After a spinal cord injury, you can suffer limited mobility; thus, making you lead a sedentary lifestyle.

See, the spine is the support of your primary bodily functions. Imagine the life ahead when these functions have no support. That is why you need a competent personal injury attorney in Nevada for you to get enough long-life compensation that covers your future treatments too.

Burn Injuries

Extremely delicate to treat, very painful, physically scarring, and emotionally traumatizing, burns are among the worst type of injuries you can incur. Catastrophic burn injuries often leave the victims’ families with incredible pain and suffering, for instance, because of permanent disfigurement, scarring, draining of savings for long-life treatment, and treatment.

In 2000, the Department of Health and Human Services reported that every two hours, somebody died, or in 23 minutes, somebody incurred severe injuries following a fire accident.

With these statistics, it’s so hard to receive damages from your insurer or the at-fault parties. And, that is why you want to hire a trusted catastrophic industry attorney when you or your loved one incur burn injuries.

What Types of Burns are Catastrophic?

No burn injury is similar to the other. While some victims heal fast, others battle with permanent conditions like extreme long-life pain, loss of sensation, and numerous surgery sessions. Burns are classified according to the degree of burns incurred.

First-Degree Burns

These burns occur only on the upper layer of your skin. The wounds can heal on their own or without much medical attention. First-degree burns are not considered catastrophic injuries.

Second-Degree Burns

According to the Cleveland Clinic, you suffer burns on the two upper layers (dermis and epidermis) of the skin. There is redness noticeable on the surface, a lot of pain is felt, and blisters develop and swell on the skin. In cases where second-degree burns cause the total burn on the skin layers and scarring, you can consider it a catastrophic injury.

Third-Degree Burns

These are severe types of burn injuries and are also catastrophic. Here, the burns affect even the layer of fat below the dermis too. Victims can suffer numbness because of damaged nerves. The hair follicles, tissues beneath, oil and sweat glands are destroyed. You can tell a third-degree burn if the skin appears leathery.

Fourth-Degree Burns

Here, you suffer extreme burns that destroy the fats and expose bones. You might experience some injuries on the muscles. Fourth-degree burns put your life at risk, especially if you suffer burns on vital organs.

Fifth and Sixth-Degree Burns

These catastrophic burn injuries are incredibly life-threatening, and many fatalities have been reported. The victims suffer burns in the muscles and bones; hence, 70% of the sensory nerves are destroyed.

What Does Catastrophic Burn Injury Look Like?

Any burn injury that has life-changing aftermath is catastrophic. When you suffer catastrophic burn injuries:

  • The Damages on Your Skin are Irreparable

Catastrophic burn injuries damage the primary layer of your body defense – the skin. When the skin is destroyed, your muscles and tissues are exposed. Your sensory nerves are shattered, and the odds are that you cannot feel any pain. What is more, you can suffer from skin infections, and the skin might not regrow.

  • Your Skin gets Scarred on the Burned Spots

After a burn injury, scars are the first thing one sees on the skin, especially if it’s on the face, neck, or fore-arms. The majority find it hard to interact freely in society like they did before they suffered burns. Often, catastrophic injuries have a negative impact on the victim’s identity. While some victims can reconnect with the world without any issues, some are likely to drown in depression, have suicidal thoughts, or suffer heightened anxiety.

  • Your Injuries are Permanent

While catastrophic injuries can heal to an extent, the odds are many of these cannot heal. You can opt for restorative surgery, but the procedure cannot restructure you to your previous appearance.

See, your epidermis, dermis, sweat glands, and hair follicle get wrecked. Lack of sweat glands causes your body temperature to rise beyond the ordinary. As a countermeasure, you must stop some activities for the rest of your life.

  • The Skin Weakens

Typically, a burned skin is weaker than healthy skin, by 30%. That said, places on your skin, which are severely burned, are more susceptible to skin infections, tearing, ripping, and more sensitive to future slight burns.

Causes of Catastrophic Burn Injuries

Burn injuries happen because of various reasons. Every situation is evaluated to determine the specific cause.

The US Fire Administration (USFA), in 2016, released the Fire in the United States report showing the rates of burn injuries across the US. The report stated that 78% of burn injuries happen in victims’ homes.

In 2014 alone, the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) received approximately 1.3 million fire reports. Many of these fires were tragic and caused deaths and catastrophic burn injuries.

Burns can happen from incidents like adverse drug reactions, explosions, thermal burns, hot liquids, electrocution, fires at home, fire incidents at the workplace, car accidents, chemical burns, and steam.


Amputation involves removing a part of or an entire limb using surgical methods. At times the surgical procedures are done on the arms, feet, toes, hands, legs, or fingers.

According to WebMD, there are about 1.8 million amputees in the USA, with amputation of the legs taking the largest share.

Causes of Amputation

Amputation is not necessarily a catastrophic injury, but a procedure done following irreparable damage.

Poor blood circulation is the primary cause of amputation. Flow is hampered by the narrowing or asking of the arteries.

When there is not enough blood flow in the blood vessels, oxygen cannot reach the limbs. Therefore, tissues in the limbs are damage, and infections can occur.

Vehicle accidents, severe burns, gun wounds, deep machete cuts, and domestic violence can cause catastrophic injuries that result in amputation.

Other causes of amputations are workplace accidents, explosives and fireworks accidents, ring traction accidents, and electrocution accidents.

If someone else’s fault leads to your amputation, you need the help of a personal injury attorney to file your damages lawsuit. See, you cannot operate as you did before if you lack some limbs. An attorney comes in handy to help you or your loved one receive the compensation you deserve and need.


According to MedlinePlus, paralysis is the partial or total impairment and/ or loss of the movements of body parts. Catastrophic spinal cord injuries are the major causes of paralysis.

You want to engage a reputable personal injury attorney to handle your injury case because paralysis entails long-life financial, emotional, physical, and social effects.

Common Causes of Paralysis

Damages in the central nervous system are the primary causes of paralysis. The central nervous system is located in the spinal cord. Spinal cord injuries are a result of various accidents like violent attacks, sports injuries, workplace accidents, and slips and falls.

Jobs that need recurring pushing, pulling, lifting, twisting, and bending, raises the risks of paralysis. Traumatic brain injuries also lead to paralysis. Here, your legs stop functioning (paraplegia), and you live for the rest of our days confined in a wheelchair.

Neck injuries are other leading causes of paralysis. When you suffer injuries on the spinal cord near the neck region, paralysis is possible from the neck down to the feet. This condition is known as quadriplegia.

Defective products are known to cause catastrophic injuries, which results in paralysis. These products include detective airbags, malfunctioned ignition switches, and fireworks.

A research conducted by Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation in 2013, showed that about 5.4 million in the US suffer from paralysis. The stats show that 1 in every 50 persons has paralysis. Out of this number, about 27.3 percent of the paralysis cases result from spinal cord injuries.

The graphical presentation below shows the leading causes of spinal cord injuries, which, in return, cause paralysis.

Internal Injuries

Internal injuries are among the types of catastrophic injuries. These injuries cause internal bleeding and are fatal if immediate treatment is not offered.

Causes of Internal Bleeding

According to WebMD, trauma is the primary cause of internal bleeding following internal injuries. The bleeding happens when a sharp or blunt object hit you with enough impact to affect the internal parts.

  • Penetrating trauma. Here, the injury occurs when a relatively sharp object pierces the skin and reach the blood vessels. The sharp object tears the blood vessels apart, causing blood to flow inside the body. Examples of penetrating traumas are knife stabbings, gunshot wounds, tripping onto a sharp object.
  • Blunt trauma. A blunt trauma happens when a blunt speed moving at a high velocity hits a body part. The force of impact from the collision causes the bursting and tearing of blood vessels. Examples of blunt traumas are physical assaults, slip and falls accidents, or vehicle accident.

If vital organs are hit with either a sharp or blunt object, the victim can die almost immediately. Those who survive can live with permanent conditions like paralysis, amputation, or loss of hearing.

When Do Internal Injuries Result to Catastrophic Injuries?

Several internal injuries, when treated well, the victims recover fully. But other internal injuries are catastrophic and can affect the rest of your life.

Internal injuries become catastrophic when:

  • Intracranial hemorrhage occurs. Hemorrhage is bleeding inside the head when the brain crashes against the skulls after getting hit with a blunt object.
  • Hemothorax occurs. Hemothorax is bleeding inside the chest area – between the lungs and the rib cage.
  • You bleed around the heart. The condition is known as hemopericardium or cardiac tamponade.
  • Vital organs in the body like the liver and spleen are perforated.

Find a Las Vegas Personal Injury Attorney Law Firm Near Me

Catastrophic injuries have a damaging effect that nine out of ten times; you have to live with them. Taking care of a victim of catastrophic injuries is expensive, which involves hefty treatment fees, personal physician fees, special food fees, and buying special equipment to sustain them for the remaining days of their lives.

All these expenses drain your bank account if you cannot get proper compensation. All that you need is to find a Las Vegas Personal Injury Attorney Law Firm that specializes in catastrophic injuries.

Our personal injury attorneys at the Las Vegas Personal Injury Attorney Law Firm are familiar with all Nevada catastrophic laws and statutes. We will listen to you, evaluate your case, and help gather pieces of evidence you could use to win against the alleged faulty parties.

Contact us now at 702-996-1224 to prepare your claim and represent you in court as you recover from the injury.

  • Damage to the cars and any debris on the road
  • Any nearby traffic signals or signs that may be relevant to the case
  • Your injuries
  • Consult an attorney before you speak to insurance companies to safeguard your rights
  • Keep records of everything that happens to you after the accident, such as medical bills and reports, hospital visits, financial records, and lost work or wages

The Claim Process

Most personal injury claims never go to trial. A majority of them resolve without the intervention of a jury. Therefore, how you negotiate a settlement is crucial. Here is an outline of the steps that your personal injury attorney should take to ensure fair terms and higher compensation.

  1. Establishing Your Case

Although your lawsuit is unlikely to go to court, your attorney begins preparation by assuming that a jury will hear it. The lawyer must carefully draft filing documents that can withstand the court’s scrutiny. You must also precisely state your cause of action and the grounds for recovery. You will also need to preserve evidence that is crucial to your case. Establishing such evidence is critical to assisting the defendant’s insurer to recognize that it is in their best interest to offer a fair settlement.

Knowing that you are ready to fight for your rights is often sufficient to make the insurer evaluate your claim correctly. Evidence to prove the validity of your claim includes:

  • Official police reports on the accident
  • Photographs or video footage, or both from the accident scene
  • Medical records, x-rays, and notes of doctors and therapists
  • Testimony of doctors and therapists
  • Eyewitness testimony
  • Statements of family and friends to show the effect of the accident on your life and well-being
  • Testimony and documents showing lost income
  • Evidence by economic or vocational experts, where necessary, to show how your injuries have resulted in a loss of earning capacity
  1. Discovery

If it is obvious who the at-fault party is and insurance coverage for the damages is available, settlement talks may happen shortly after your accident. However, in most of the cases, settlement talks only begin after both parties have sufficient time to study the case. Even when you are the victim, you might have missed out on some details of the accident.

Discovery is the process where all parties get an opportunity to build their case. It serves to limit the scope of the claim, and provide a fair chance for each party to establish the facts and determine their course of action. Discovery includes depositions, interrogatories, and physical examination of the accident scene. The process can continue for several months if your case is complicated.

Through discovery, your attorney will determine how much your damages are worth to decide where to begin negotiating. The defense will also take time to value your claim. If each side remains objective, you can reduce disagreements. Often, your attorney will allow the discovery process to happen to let the defense understand the merits of your claim for the forthcoming negotiations. After the discovery process is complete, your attorney can negotiate a settlement for you.

  1. Writing the Demand Letter

Negotiations start once you send a demand letter articulating the rationale for your case and the claim for damages. If the defense has not consolidated the details of your case, your lawyer can clarify the request and what you are seeking as a settlement. The adjuster will usually call you within 14 days to give their response to your letter, but the time will depend on the complexity of your case and their schedule. They can either agree to your demand or provide a counteroffer. If the defendant does not respond within two weeks, you should call the claims department to confirm whether they have the letter, and when you can expect a response. If you get no response, your case will continue on course towards trial pending further negotiations.

In response to your demand letter, the insurer will send you a “reservation of rights”. This is a letter that informs you that the insurance adjuster is examining your claim and will decline to pay if the policy does not cover the accident. This document safeguards the insurer against future claims that they proceeded with negotiations. Therefore, they recognized that the policy included the accident. The correspondence is also a strategy that insurers use to hint to you that they might not pay for your loss, thus compelling you to accept a small offer.

  1. The Negotiations

Your attorney will work to settle the case through informal conversations with the defense. They will discuss the contentious issues and negotiate the particulars of a settlement. It is rare for your attorney to settle a claim with a single phone call. There are always disagreements because the defense will often dispute a section of your claim. Your attorney will tactically decide when to provide information to the defendant’s counsel and when to save it for later. The back and forth discussions are strategic. Your lawyer may be unwilling to let the defendant’s legal team know your indispensable content, and they may wish to conceal their opinion about your case. Your lawyer will settle your claim by negotiating deliberately and skillfully.

During negotiations, the adjuster will ask various questions and dispute some facts in an attempt to lower the value of your compensation. The main points of dispute are:

  • Liability - Who is at fault in the accident and your degree of comparative negligence.
  • The severity of your injuries - Whether your injuries are permanent or disabling
  • The type of medical care - Whether you had pre-existing medical conditions and whether specific procedures were essential.

If you concede to their arguments and consent to a lower settlement, the adjuster will make another proposal. If you accept the new terms, you will sign a settlement agreement to conclude the case.

  1. Formal Mediation

Sometimes, your lawyer may settle your case through mediation, a formal proceeding for negotiation. Unlike the informal discussions that your attorney and the defense may engage in by email or over the phone, mediation is a face to face process. The parties meet in the presence of a mediator who assists them to delimit the scope of the case and facilitate settlement negotiations.

  1. Signing the Settlement

If both parties reach an agreement, your attorney puts it in writing. The settlement becomes valid when you put the deal in writing, and each party signs it. Your attorney will review the settlement draft to ensure that it represents your agreement. If you consent to the resolution, the parties sign and send out a copy of the contract to the court for approval. When the judge signs that document, your case is settled.

Dealing with Insurance Companies

You must talk to an attorney about the accident and the damages before you speak to the insurance adjusters. Insurance companies will often seek closure on your case before you determine the extent of your injuries. To safeguard your rights and interests, consult an attorney, and let them negotiate with the insurance company on your behalf. It is also crucial that you are aware of the mistakes you must avoid when negotiating with insurance adjusters.

Do not give a Recorded Statement

You are not under any legal obligation to record statements. The insurance adjuster could request that you make a seemingly simple written statement and then use that information to reduce your settlement. However, you should not do it without your attorney because the adjuster could use anything you say against you.

Avoid giving Irrelevant Information

Insurers usually focus on securing irrelevant information that they can use to compromise your claim. Avoid disclosing to them details about your family, friends, or past and current employers, except if they are beneficial to your application. Information about your previous medical conditions is also irrelevant, and the adjuster can use it to invalidate your claim.

Avoid Signing Medical Releases Prematurely

You should delay the signing of medical releases until almost the end of your treatment. The statements give you access to your medical records, and the adjuster does not require them in the initial phases of the claim. Giving the documents early to the adjuster will result in a smaller award. It is more profitable to retain the records until your physician confirms your health status and that future complications are unlikely.

Do not Settle too Fast

Insurance adjusters exploit your desire for a quick settlement. While you want to avoid a lengthy claim process, settling too fast does not benefit you. Sometimes, the extent of your damages or injuries becomes evident later. Complications that arise afterward translate to more medical costs. Therefore, an early settlement could cause you to miss out on higher compensation.

Damages Recoverable

If you are a victim of a car accident, different categories of recoverable damages are available to you. Filing a personal injury claim can help you recover the following:

  1. Economic Damages

These are damages that you receive in compensation for the money you lost due to the accident as well as expenses you incur from the injuries. Economic damages are objectively quantified into actual monetary losses and out-of-pocket expenses. They include:

  • Medical costs, both current and future
  • Physical and occupational therapy
  • Lost wages
  • Loss of earning capacity
  • Vehicle replacement or repair costs
  • Rental car bills
  • Legal costs
  1. Non-economic Damages

These damages include all the injuries that you incur that are difficult to attach a price to, such as:

  • Pain and suffering
  • Loss of consortium
  • Emotional distress
  • Permanent disfigurement or scarring
  • Loss of enjoyment of life
  1. Punitive Damages

Nevada law permits the court to award you punitive damages in addition to economic and non-economic damages in a personal injury claim. This form of compensation exists to punish the respondent for bad behavior as well as discouraging others from acting similarly.

Limits on Damages

Nevada caps the limit for punitive damages at:

  • Three times the compensatory damages if they are equal to or more than $100,000
  • A maximum of $300,000 if the total award for your compensatory damages is less than $100,000

Other limits are:

  • If your injuries arose from the deliberate delinquency of a minor, the minor’s parents would be liable for up to $10,000.
  • If the state is a respondent in your claim, you may receive damages of up to $100,000, excluding interest.

Consult a Las Vegas Personal Injury Attorney Near Me

Knowing what to do after an accident can sometimes be challenging. You may lose income during your recovery, incur medical expenses, pay for car repair, and incur other unanticipated costs. While you heal, you do not need to deal with a dishonest insurer. The Las Vegas Personal Injury Attorney Law Firm has numerous success stories from representing members of the Las Vegas, NV community in personal injury cases. You can call us at 702-996-1224, and we will negotiate the maximum possible settlement within the shortest time possible.