Las Vegas Personal Injury Attorneys
Shook & Stone - Las Vegas Personal Injury Law Firm
Las Vegas Personal Injury Legal Team
Do you need a Personal Injury Law Firm?
Shook & Stone is a Las Vegas personal injury law firm that has been recognized for their ability to get compensation awards on behalf of the victims, as well as working with them through every step.
If you or someone close to you was injured in an accident in Las Vegas and are considering filing suit because they feel like it’s their only option, contact Shook & Stone today; we’re here to help!
At Shook & Stone, we take the time to understand your unique situation and help you get back on track after an injury. We will work with you in collecting evidence that supports your claim and consult medical experts if necessary so there is no doubt about who should be held responsible for damages.
Our Las Vegas personal injury lawyers are committed to getting clients a favorable recovery from their case by whatever means possible including filing a lawsuit against liable parties when applicable, filing a claim for workers’ compensation or applying for social security disability.
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Types of Personal Injury Claims
How do I Know if I Have a Personal Injury Case?
There are many different ways that people can be injured and hurt. If you have been the victim of a personal injury, whether it was due to negligence or recklessness on behalf of another person who caused your injuries in some way, then there is a good chance that this other party will be found liable for what happened.
For example if someone ran into me while I was walking down the sidewalk they could easily become responsible for any damages incurred as well as my medical expenses which would include hospital bills and even loss wages from work missed because of treatment appointments. So if somebody has done something wrong against you either intentionally or accidentally we recommend contacting an attorney right away so that legal action can proceed.
How Long Do I Have to File a Personal Injury Case in Nevada
Nevada’s statute of limitations for personal injuries are two years from the date of the accident, and three years from the date when the harmful act or omission that caused damage occurred. Medical malpractice claims have a three-year statute of limitations.
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Damages You May Be Eligible To Receive
A successful personal injury claim may allow to collect damages. A Shook & Stone, we maximize claims and awards for the following:
When a party is found liable for damages in civil court, punitive damages maybe awarded. These types of penalties exist to punish the negligent party and warn others that they will be held responsible if something goes wrong through their negligence or intentional malice.
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How We Can Help
Shook & Stone is a law firm that has been helping victims of personal injury cases since 1997. Personal injuries can happen anywhere, but Nevada residents are especially vulnerable to the negligence and intentional misconduct of others because they live in one of America’s most dangerous states for drivers.
Shook & Stone specializes in representing these people by focusing on their needs: justice through civil litigation and compensation from those who have wronged them with negligent or malicious intent.
Experience You Can Trust
The moving parts of personal injury cases can make them complicated. That’s why it is so important to find a knowledgeable and experienced Nevada personal injury attorney that will advocate for your rights in the courtroom and in you claim with insurance companies.
If you or someone close has been injured, you may be entitled to compensation through a lawsuit after an accident.
Contact Shook & Stone at (702) 570-0000 today if any part of this applies to you!
We offer free consultations with our lawyers in order get all facts straight before proceeding forward into litigation against negligent parties who caused damages below what insurance companies are willing pay out when involved in accidents with cars, trucks, buses etc., as well as non-moving vehicles like bicycles and pedestrians.
Personal Injury Frequently Asked Questions
There is no upfront cost for a personal injury attorney. We work on a contingency fee basis. We only charge when we win.
If your case does not settle or win in a successful litigation, you owe nothing.
A contingency fee is a percentage of the case settlement or court award. Typically it will be between 33.3% - 40% depending on the complexity and nature of the case.