Have you suffered devastating injuries caused by another party? Are you struggling to cope with emotional distress, physical injuries, and psychological burden caused by your accident?
If so, you are not alone. With help from a Nevada personal injury lawyer at Greenberg Gross, you can take justice into your own hands and make the at-fault party pay for your damages in their entirety.
The Value of Your Personal Injury Claim in Nevada
Obtaining compensation for personal injury victims in Nevada can be complex. While you have the right to seek compensation for every loss, accounting for these damages can become complicated.
For example, we need to separate your damages into categories referred to as economic and noneconomic to ensure your personal injury lawyer accounts for each way your injuries have affected your life.
Examples of Personal Injury Damages
Economic damages have tangible proof of their existence (e.g., bills or invoices), while noneconomic damages do not. Examples of the types of damages that the liable party could pay out in your Nevada personal injury claim include:
- Lost income
- Diminished quality of life
- Pain and suffering
- Medical bills
- Property damages
- Emotional distress
- Skin scarring and disfigurement
- Loss of household services
These are only a few losses your attorney could recover in your case. You can learn more about the value of your personal injury claim and further discuss your damages during your free initial consultation.
Why Choose Greenberg Gross for Your Nevada Personal Injury Case?
Choosing the right personal injury law firm for your case is critical. After all, proving the liable party’s negligence is essential to recovering the compensation you deserve. We understand that during these challenging times, you may feel overwhelmed by the trauma of the experience you went through.
Our firm stands ready to handle all the legal details of your case. For example, here are some of the benefits of choosing Greenberg Gross as your personal injury attorneys:
- We determine liability for your injuries.
- We gather compelling evidence to prove fault.
- We quantify your damages and develop a claim for the compensation you deserve.
- We negotiate with insurance companies.
- We regularly communicate with clients and provide prompt case status updates.
- We offer legal insight, guidance, and support during some of the most confusing times in your life.
Costs of Hiring a Nevada Personal Injury Lawyer
Are you hesitating to contact an attorney for help because you have concerns about the cost? If so, you’re not alone. Unfortunately, many personal injury victims are unsure whether they can afford the cost.
Thankfully, when you choose Greenberg Gross, cost does not matter. That’s because we work on your case on a contingency. Here, we do not expect clients to put any money down as a retainer for our services. We also never ask clients to pay for any costs that arise during the case. Deposition fees, court filing costs, hiring expert witnesses to testify—our team will cover them all.
Instead, if we win your case, a previously agreed-upon percentage of your recovery will cover your attorney’s fees. If you don’t recover compensation, you owe nothing. Again, you can learn more about what these fees might look like when you discuss the specific details of your case with your personal injury lawyer.
How Long Do You Have to File Your Personal Injury Lawsuit in Nevada
According to Nevada personal injury laws, you generally have two years to file your claim. Unfortunately, if your attorney files your lawsuit after time runs out, you no longer have the opportunity to have your case argued before a judge and jury. Thus, the sooner we get started on your case, the sooner we can avoid issues with the statute of limitations potentially expiring.
Who Can You Sue for a Personal Injury Accident?
It is difficult to say who your lawyer could sue for your personal injury damages without thoroughly investigating how your accident and injuries occurred. For instance, if a motor vehicle crash caused your injuries, blame could fall on the following parties:
- Another driver
- Government agencies and municipalities
- Safety inspectors
- Auto parts designers, manufacturers, or distributors
- Rideshare companies
Suppose your injuries occurred in a slip and fall or another type of accident on someone else’s property. In that case, that property owner could be to blame if they failed to take necessary safety precautions or warn you of the risks.
These are just a couple of examples of parties you could hold accountable for your damages after suffering a personal injury. Our investigation will reveal all parties who have contributed to your damages. Then, we will take legal action to recover your losses in full.
Types of Personal Injury Cases Our Firm Handles
Personal injury cases come in many forms. Anytime you suffer severe injuries caused by someone else’s reckless or negligent actions, you may have the right to pursue compensation for your damages.
Greenberg Gross handles cases involving these incidents:
- Car accidents
- Truck accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Bus accidents
- Bicycle accidents
- Pedestrian accidents
- Medical malpractice
- Nursing home neglect and abuse
- Slip and falls
- Swimming pool accidents
- Trampoline accidents
- Premises liability
- Dog bites
Contact a Personal Injury Lawyer in Nevada for Help Today
Do you feel overwhelmed at the thought of pursuing your personal injury claim? In that case, you might find comfort in working with an experienced legal advocate fighting for your rights. They will hold all parties who contributed to your injuries accountable to the fullest extent of the law.
Find out more about how much your claim is worth and who you could hold responsible for damages by contacting Greenberg Gross for a no-cost, risk-free consultation with a team member. Please fill out our online contact form or call our office today.