Our commitment to excellence in the representation of our clients has paid off in an unprecedented record of verdicts and settlements.
When searching for a personal injury attorney to represent you and your interests, the only question you need to ask is "what are your jury verdicts?" Many personal injury attorneys lack the skill or resources to take a personal injury case to trial. This often results in early settlement, to the financial detriment of the client. Eglet Adams has obtained more multi-million dollar verdicts than any other personal injury firm in the state of Nevada. At Eglet Adams, we possess both the skill and resources to take your case through trial to ensure that you receive maximum compensation for your injuries.
Eglet Adams unprecedented record of verdicts and proven success in the courtroom has led to the formation of an extensive attorney referral network. Many local attorneys refer their large and complex cases to us, because they know and trust that we will be able to achieve maximum compensation for their clients and take their cases all the way to trial if needed. Eglet Adams is one of the few personal injury trial firms in Las Vegas.
Below is only a sampling of the many verdicts and settlements that we have obtained for our clients over the years. If you want to ensure that your case has every opportunity to achieve maximum compensation for your injuries, you need Eglet Adams to represent you.
- Eglet Adams has obtained more multi-million dollar verdicts than any other catastrophic injury firm in Nevada.
- Hundreds of other catastrophic injury attorneys bring their cases to us every year.
- Our firm obtained the largest single case catastrophic injury verdict in Nevada history ($524 million).
- Our firm won the largest catastrophic injury verdicts in the country in 2010 and 2013 to date, including the 3 largest catastrophic injury verdicts in Nevada history of $524 million, $505 million and $186.2 million.
Our verdicts and settlements include:
Past results do not guarantee, warrant, or predict future cases.