Protecting Children From Car Crash Injuries

If you regularly commute around town in your personal vehicle, a car accident is one of the worst possible scenarios you can find yourself in. At the very least, they will ruin your day, and at the very worst, they can seriously affect your life moving forward. Crashes affect everyone involved, but for parents traveling … Read more

Uber and Lyft Sexual Assault Cases

At this point, it’s become clear that rideshare companies such as Lyft and Uber are not particularly stringent when it comes to hiring and training processes, especially when they are compared to more traditional modes of transportation. These lax safety guidelines only increase the risk of accidents, or worse, sexual assault and other forms of … Read more

Everything You Need to Know About Nevada’s Collateral Source Rule

For personal injury cases, Nevada state courts enforce a policy known as the collateral source rule. The rule states that when somebody has been injured by another, the injured party (plaintiff) has the right to recover full compensation from the person at fault (defendant), even if the plaintiff has other means of recovering money, such … Read more

Tips for Navigating Car Accident Claims

Suppose you’ve been in an auto accident that wasn’t your fault. In that case, you are likely eligible to file a lawsuit and recoup compensation from the party at fault to help pay for your injuries, property damages, and other expenses. Your end settlement amount will vary depending on numerous factors, most notably the scope … Read more

Do You Need to Hire a Personal Injury Attorney For Your Case?

As a high-volume personal injury firm, we get asked by potential clients all the time whether or not they actually need our services. In other words, “Do I need a personal injury lawyer?” As with most generalities, it’s hard to answer that question absolutely–there are numerous factors to be considered.  As a general rule of … Read more

Common Surgeries in Auto Accident Cases

It should come as no surprise when personal injury attorneys make a big deal out of their client’s injuries and demand proper medical care–after all, that’s our job. However, that care will obviously look different depending on the situation: some claimants come to us after they’ve already had treatment and are now looking for reimbursement, … Read more

A Quick Guide to Collecting Emotional Distress Damages

Over the years, we’ve come to realize more than ever that some injuries exist below the surface, and are not immediately perceived. A large percentage of incidents also cause victims to suffer psychological and emotional distress in addition to painful physical injuries, and these often remain long after the body has healed. Unfortunately, most accident … Read more

How Much is a Personal Injury Case Worth?

As a high-volume personal injury firm, one of the questions we get asked most often has to do with the potential settlement value of a case –or, in simpler terms, “What’s my case worth?” The short answer, which you’ve probably heard before, is “it depends.” To be sure, this is the answer you want to … Read more

Suing Restaurants for Food Poisoning

No matter where you go in the U.S. and around the world, restaurants are a social and cultural staple in the communities in which they are located. Food is universal, and spending time with friends and family at a new restaurant or the old favorite can be a great way to bring people together. Unfortunately, … Read more

The Graves Amendment in Moving Truck Accident Cases

Every year, thousands and thousands of Americans hit the road in search of new environments and new opportunities. Some may choose to cram their sedans or load their pickups, while others opt for a more traditional staple: the moving truck. Companies like U-Haul, Penske, and others let movers roll off their lots everyday in trucks … Read more