Seeking the advice of an attorney means you’ll probably be weighing the cost of their advice against the type of case you’re involved in. Money usually plays a factor, which is why there is a slew of do-it-yourself software modules on the market, such as how to write your own will or file for divorce.
But personal injury cases are different from many of the other reasons that you would typically seek legal advice. That’s because personal injury is personal – meaning, you or your loved one were injured or perhaps your loved one was even killed. In these instances, the amount of money you receive to pay for damages is directly correlated to the attorney you hire. You simply cannot fight and win a case without legal representation.
One piece of good news is that, if a personal injury lawyer agrees to take your case, they will often work without an upfront retainer. But what are the other ins and outs you need to know around hiring a Las Vegas personal injury lawyer?
Personal Injury Law – What You Should Know
If you or a family member has been injured in an accident, you could consult a Las Vegas personal injury lawyer. These are complicated cases that require an attorney to help you get the most compensation for your case. Some of the most frequent cases we’ve seen have been:
- Serious injury cases with high medical bills. These are frequently car accident where the other person was ruled at fault. In these instances, the amount of recompense we seek is tied to bills, lost work, and the amount of time it will take you or your loved one to recover.
- Medical malpractice cases caused by careless or incompetent treatment by a physician, nurse, hospital, laboratory, or clinic. The legal rules governing these cases are complex, and if the entity you’re seeking damages from is a medical facility you can be sure they have a top notch legal team to stop you from getting what you deserve.
- Slip and fall cases happen more frequently than you would imagine. Property owners, retail stores, and other facilities you visit are required to keep these locations hazard-free. If you fall, call an attorney to find out if you might have a case.
- Dog bites happen and the laws governing how you can legally seek damages vary from state to state. In Nevada, there are no state-specific laws on the books governing dog bites. Instead, we rely on local ordinances and case law establishing legal precedence.
These are just a few tips on the kinds of cases we typically see related to personal injury. If you or a loved one has been injured in any one of these – or other – ways, contact us immediately. There is a statue of limitations on personal injuries, which means that you can only file a claim within a certain amount of time. We understand you have a lot riding on these cases, and that’s why Doyle Law Group offers a free no obligation consultation to help you determine what to do next. Contact us – we’re here to help.