How Burg Simpson Can Help You
Burg Simpson’s lawyers in Nevada are dedicated to helping injured victims fight for their rights after a car accident. Although automobile accidents are common, they can have lasting, life-altering consequences including pain, suffering, and emotional distress. A personal injury case may cover physical, mental or emotional damages.
With more than 40 years of experience in a wide range of personal injury cases, we have a proven track record of winning favorable outcomes for our clients. We will fight to provide the liability of another party and secure damages for you.
If you have been injured in a car accident that was the results of someone else, contact us right away.
We’ve helped hundreds of clients injured in car wrecks nationwide get what they truly need to recover.
Now we want to help you do the same.
What’s Involved in a Las Vegas Car Accident?
Las Vegas – and Clark County as a whole– is a hotspot for car crashes. The majority of Nevada car crashes take place in this county! Although Nevada has cracked down on drugged and/or drunk driving in the past few years, impaired driving is still a factor in many automobile accidents in the state.
If you have been injured in a car crash due to someone else’s negligent or impaired driving, it is important to seek legal help from an experienced accident injury attorney, particularly if a commercial driver was involved. In these cases, blood alcohol concentration limits are much lower and the driver’s employer may be a secondary at-fault party.
If you were injured in a car crash while visiting Las Vegas, you need a lawyer familiar with the applicable state laws. A Nevada car accident attorney at Burg Simpson can help you.
Cases We Handle
|Car/Auto Accidents||Motorcycle Crashes||Pedestrian Accidents|
|Bicycle Accidents||Trucking Wrecks||Rideshare Injuries|
How Much Time Do I Have?
The sooner you seek legal advice from a personal injury lawyer with an expertise in car crashes, the greater your chances of winning your case. Of course, the first priority is always seeking medical treatment, and this also provides a medical record of your injuries, which is useful for your case. If the police are not present at the scene of the crash, you only have 10 days afterward to submit a traffic accident report to the Nevada DMV.
Time is of the essence and it’s best to move quickly with a legal claim after a vehicular accident. Critical evidence may be lost if you delay. The statute of limitations in Nevada is two years, so your case must be filed before that time in order for you to claim damages or compensation.
What is my case worth?
Our team of car accident injury lawyers and paralegals go through each case in detail to assess the value of your claim because every auto accident is unique.
Critical factors can include:
• The type and severity of the injury and the extend of the treatment required after the accident
• The degree of responsibility each party bears
• Potential economic losses, which vary depending on the victim’s work history, salary and their ability to return to work
• Evidence of pre-existing medical conditions that may affect the value of the case, and the amount of available insurance
• Possible future medical care needs
Get a better idea of the circumstances surrounding your case with a Free Case Evaluation.
Call us today at (702) 668-2070.
What Should I Expect?
Once you’ve called our office, you will speak to one of our trained paralegals, who will talk to you before you meet with a Las Vegas accident lawyer. This experienced professional will gather information about your case to prepare you and our staff for your first free consultation with one of our lawyers. The initial meeting will be a visit to our office, a conference call or even a visit to a medical facility if you have been badly injured.
Get started now by calling us at (702) 668-2070.