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After an attack, the emotional injuries often last longer than the physical ones. Broken bones heal. Scars fade. But years later, seemingly unrelated events can trigger pain and fear that feel just as real as the day of the incident. Many people are surprised by this pain. They can feel ashamed or overwhelmed by feelings that will not go away.

At the Las Vegas law firm of Eglet Prince, it is this lasting pain that we try to describe to juries — communicating the fact that our clients are left with scars beyond what anyone can see. We often explain that each person is unique, that two people can suffer the same exact catastrophic injury, but react to it differently. While one person recovers relatively quickly, the other is left with a lifelong struggle.

We urge juries to compensate the catastrophic injury victims we represent based on the struggles our clients have endured. Often, we bring in highly regarded psychiatrists and medical doctors to testify in Nevada courts. We are prepared to provide the same effective representation for people who have experienced attacks or injuries caused by a lack of security or negligent security on other’s property. To do this, we file premises liability lawsuits in Nevada courts, holding property owners accountable for negligent security.

Over the years, our lawyers have achieved a record of multimillion-dollar jury verdicts and settlements for people who have suffered catastrophic injuries in casinos, hotels, shopping centers, condominiums and apartment complexes:

  • Sexual assaults, often by hotel guests or security officers
  • Insufficient security lighting and cameras in parking lots, parking garages and ramps
  • Robberies that could have been prevented
  • Kidnappings
  • Lack of effective, roving security officers
  • Failure to warn guests of known dangers on the property

Contact a Las Vegas Trial Lawyer

Do I have a case? If you have been injured by an attack or robbery on another’s property, you might have a lawsuit. The best way to know for sure is to talk with a trial lawyer about your options. At Eglet Prince, we can tell you what actions others have taken in similar situations, and we can help you achieve the results you deserve.

Contact our Nevada law firm by calling 702-450-5400 or toll free at 800-450-5406. You can also complete our online contact form. Initial consultations are free and confidential.