Personal Injury Lawyers Las Vegas, NV

Your Trusted Las Vegas Personal Injury Team

Personal Injury Lawyers Las Vegas, NVAn accident can cause injuries and damage that may change your life forever. When dealing with a traumatic experience, the last thing you should worry about is obtaining the compensation you need for your injuries, lost wages, and other costs. At Eglet Adams, our personal injury lawyers are committed to fighting for individuals who have been hurt, knowing that when we hand them a large settlement, judgment check, or structured settlement, we are changing their lives for the better. That is what we are all about.

The attorneys at Eglet Adams are equipped to handle all personal injury matters and have a proven record of success in obtaining maximum compensation for our clients. No matter the complexity of the case, our team has the experience and sophisticated approach needed to take a case all the way to trial. As one of the few personal injury trial firms in Las Vegas, our case preparation and ability to execute in court is well respected throughout the Nevada court system.

While other attorneys might not realize the full value of your case or might encourage you to accept a smaller settlement, we have the necessary resources to take your case all the way to trial, focusing juries on what is important. We are always forthcoming with clients regarding the value of their case and set reasonable expectations so that honest communication is at the forefront of our attorney-client relationships.

Our commitment to excellence in the representation of our clients has allowed Eglet Adams to garner unprecedented success in the courtroom. Eglet Adams has obtained more multi-million dollar verdicts than any other personal injury law firm in the state of Nevada and obtained the largest personal injury verdict in America in 2010 ($505 million), as well as the largest personal injury verdict in America in 2013 ($524 million), and the fourth largest personal injury verdict in America in 2011 ($186.2 million).

If you or a loved one has been injured due to the negligent acts of another and you want to ensure that you have every opportunity to secure maximum compensation for your injuries, you need Eglet Adams’ personal injury lawyers to represent you. Contact us today to arrange a free initial consultation to discuss your case with one of our attorneys.

Nevada Catastrophic Injury Trial Lawyer

We are focused on catastrophic injury and wrongful death, putting our skill and experience to work for those who need it most. We do this with an almost unprecedented record of success, achieving multi-million-dollar jury verdicts and settlements.

Our attorneys handle all catastrophic injury cases, including:

Personal Injury Litigation Process

After a licensed attorney has determined that a legitimate case exists, the personal injury lawsuit begins when a complaint is filed in civil court. After the complaint is filed and served to a defendant, the defendant usually obtains counsel and files an answer to the complaint.

Next, the discovery phase begins. In legal terms, discovery is defined as the pre-trial procedure in which each party in a lawsuit obtains evidence from the other party or parties by utilizing discovery devices such as written discovery, document productions, and depositions. The discovery process is lengthy and can take months or even a year to complete.

After discovery is completed, the court will then hear pre-trial motions. Pre-trial motions are filed in order to allow a judge to make decisions in a case. For example, a plaintiff’s attorney may file a motion for summary judgment, identifying each claim or defense — or the part of each claim or defense — on which summary judgment is sought. The court shall grant summary judgment if the plaintiff’s attorney shows that there is no genuine dispute as to any material fact and the plaintiff is entitled to judgment. Another common pre-trial motion is what’s known as a motion in limine. A motion in limine asks the judge to exclude certain evidence from being used at trial, citing that the inclusion of said evidence will do more harm than good.

After the pre-trial hearings on motions have been conducted and the judge has issued their decisions, attorneys may begin discussing settlement, arbitration, or mediation. Many personal injury lawsuits can be resolved before going to trial by reaching a settlement or by using an impartial mediator or arbitrator to help both parties come to an agreement. If both parties cannot resolve the matter through settlement, arbitration, or mediation, a trial is set.

The trial may last days or weeks and gives the plaintiff the opportunity to argue their case with the hope of obtaining compensation from the defendant. After both the plaintiff’s counsel and the defendant’s counsel have presented their arguments, the jury will deliberate and decide if the defendant was liable and what damages are owed to the plaintiff.

Nevada’s Statute of Limitations for Personal Injury Lawsuits

It is important to note that each state has its own statute of limitations for claims, meaning that there is a time frame in which a person is permitted to bring a civil action on another for their injury. In the state of Nevada, the statute of limitations for personal injury matters is two years from the date of the incident. If you have been injured in an accident due to someone else’s negligence, it is important that you consult with experienced personal injury lawyers as soon as possible to avoid missing important deadlines or the inability to file suit due to time constraints.

If you or someone you love has been seriously injured, we can help. Contact a personal injury lawyer at Eglet Adams by calling 702-450-5400 or 800-450-5406 toll-free.

Disclaimer: Past results do not guarantee, warrant, or predict future cases.
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