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50+ Million Recovered. 500+ Five Star Reviews.


Personal Injury Attorneys

50+ Million Recovered. 500+ Five Star Reviews.

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$50+ Million Recovered. 500+ Five Star Reviews.

50+ Million Recovered.
500+ Five Star Reviews.


Premier Personal Injury Attorneys Advocating for Nevada Accident Victims

At Van Law Firm, our award-winning Henderson attorneys specialize in all kinds of personal injury and mass tort claims. With dedicated staff in Nevada and Washington, we make sure to place service at the forefront of all that we do, so that accident victims can receive the treatment and restitution they deserve. We value our role in the communities we serve, and as such, we work tirelessly to improve the lives of every client that places their case in our hands. 

When clients come to VLF, they can rest assured that we have both the capability and the resources to tackle any case, regardless of the parameters. Our Henderson personal injury attorneys are currently pursuing the following types of claims, among others:

  • Auto accidents 
  • Defective products, devices, or medication 
  • Wrongful death cases 
  • Uninsured and underinsured motorist claims
  • Trucking accidents
  • Nursing home abuse cases 
  • Bad faith insurance claims 
  • Workers’ Compensation 
  • Motorcycle accidents
  • Premises liability claims 

We pride ourselves on being extremely adaptable, in order to ensure that all clients are being represented to the fullest extent. If your injuries are severe, we can arrange for a ride to bring you into the office, or, if you are close enough to our offices, we can even come to you. In addition, we can also coordinate any virtual conversations and consultations. 

Personal Injury Doctrine for Cases in Nevada

All personal injury litigation falls under a legal category known as tort law. As a whole, tort law is designed to punish the wrongdoing of another by requiring them to financially compensate the injured party. The defendant in a personal injury claim can be a person/people, an insurance company (either yours or opposing), or a company. There are general rules that apply nationwide, but each state also has its own specific guidelines for personal injury cases. In Nevada, one such example would be the state’s policy of “modified comparative negligence.”

Essentially, this means that the liability for an accident will not always be decided as solely belonging to one person, but can be spread around to all parties involved on a percentage scale. So, instead of scoring it 100-0, it could be any combination, such as 75-25, 60-40, etc. The most important thing to consider, however, is that any party who is deemed to be the main cause of an accident (over 50 percent liable) is barred from receiving any compensation, even if other parties share in the blame. This is an important rule to remember, as sometimes a claimant may have to pay a small percentage even if they were more severely injured. 

Let us evaluate your situation and determine the best path to take to help you achieve your goals. Give our injury attorneys a call today at 702-529-1011.

Various Types of Damages Personal Injury Attorneys can Recover

For those who may not be entirely familiar with the U.S. court system, cases are divided into two categories, criminal and civil; all personal injury cases are civil actions, meaning that lawyers will argue over a monetary settlement, not a criminal charge. At first, it may seem like an insurmountable task to wrap up all of your damages into a dollar amount, but that is why it is important to enlist an experienced personal injury attorney to help you with your case. 

Each settlement amount will be unique based on the parameters of both the accident and the resulting injuries. Damages are divided into two categories, compensatory and punitive. Compensatory damages, as you might suspect, are supposed to compensate an accident victim for the financial and emotional impact that their injuries have had on their life. The most common compensatory damages are as follows: 

  • Medical costs
  • Property damage
  • Lost wages, damage to future earnings
  • Disability 
  • Loss of enjoyment 
  • Pain and suffering 
  • Loss of companionship

By comparison, punitive damages are much more severe in nature, and rarer– only about 5 percent of all cases involve punitive damages. They are large fines that are meant to punish the defendant and set an example for others not to follow. Usually, courts will award punitive damages in cases where they are confident that the defendant can actually pay them, such as a wealthy business or individual. 

As one of the leading personal injury firms in the nation, our attorneys can navigate through the hiccups of any case, from intake all the way to settlement. We hire a majority of our lawyers directly from insurance defense firms, so that we have the most robust experience at our disposal. 

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Connect With Henderson Personal Injury Attorneys

If you’re struggling with medical expenses after being injured in an accident that was caused by another, consider contacting the Henderson personal injury attorneys from Van Law Firm today to see if your case is eligible with a no-cost consultation and case review.  Call the Nevada office at (702) 529-1011 now for more information. If eligible, we can maximize your compensation to cover all your expenses, from medical costs to property damages and lost earnings, and even non-economic losses such as loss of enjoyment. 

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