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Injuries sustained as a result of another actor’s negligence are usually unexpected and can result in serious emotional, financial, and personal consequences, including expensive medical bills, costs of short-term and long-term rehabilitation, lost wages, and diminished earning potential.
Following a personal injury accident, including an automobile accident, commercial truck accident, dog bite, or child injury, it is important to consult an experienced personal injury legal practitioner immediately.
Contact our highly skilled and proven Las Vegas personal injury attorneys at Mills & Anderson today to discuss your case for free with no obligation.
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Attentive Las Vegas Personal Injury Lawyers
The team at Mills & Anderson believes you should be duly compensated after an injury caused by another’s negligence. From the initial consultation, the Las Vegas personal injury attorney at Mills & Anderson will work diligently and build the strongest case possible against the responsible party.
With years of experience in personal injury law, the trusted Las Vegas personal injury attorneys at Mills & Anderson handle all personal injury matters, including automobile accidents, commercial trucking accidents, bus accidents, pedestrian accidents, motorcycle accidents, and more.
Contact the dedicated Las Vegas personal injury lawyers at Mills & Anderson at (702) 386-0030 or submit an online form to schedule a confidential consultation. Mills & Anderson serves clients throughout Nevada, including Las Vegas, North Las Vegas, Henderson, and surrounding areas.
Types of Personal Injury Cases
- Automobile Accidents
- Commercial Trucking Accidents
- Motor Vehicle Accidents
- Pedestrian Accidents
- Bicycle Accidents
- Bus Accidents
- General Negligence
- Recreational Accidents
- Wrongful Death
- Catastrophic Injuries
- Child Injuries
- Dog Bites
Personal Injury Statute of Limitations
Most personal injury actions must be brought within 2 years of the accident or injury. In the event of wrongful death actions, the victim’s family must begin their legal action within two years of the date of death. Once that time passes, the injured victim can no longer bring their lawsuit for compensation.
In special circumstances, there are some exceptions to the Nevada statute of limitations. For some injuries, such as brain trauma or internal damage, the victim might not know about their injury for a while after the accident. In that event, the two-year period does not begin to run until the victim discovers their injury, or reasonably should have done so. Where the victim was a minor at the time of the accident, the statute of limitations does not begin to run until they turn 18. Your personal injury attorney can give you more information on how long you have to file your claim.
How Much Is My Claim Worth?
A common question is, How much is an average personal injury settlement? Because every situation is unique and damages depend heavily upon the facts and circumstances, there is no average settlement amount.
Personal injury settlements are a combination of economic and non-economic damages. Economic damages are monetary: medical bills, property damage, lost wages, etc. Non-economic damages are intangible: emotional distress, pain and suffering, loss of consortium, etc.
Other factors that will be taken into consideration are personal to the victim, such as their age, health, and marital status. Depending on the type of case, the damages might also be affected by insurance coverage limits, such as in the event of car accidents.
Additionally, the State of Nevada follows the comparative negligence rule: a person’s settlement is reduced by their percentage of fault, as determined by the judge and jury. Figuring out a settlement amount is complicated. However, your attorney can help you calculate an estimate of your damages.
Nevada Personal Injury Resources
Nevada Department of Transportation ǀ Annual Traffic Report– The Nevada Department of Transportation or Nevada DOT is the agency responsible for maintaining the safety of Nevada’s highways and roadways. Each year, the DOT releases an annual report of the traffic conditions.
Nevada Department of Transportation ǀ Clark County 2015 Annual Traffic Report– The Nevada DOT releases an annual traffic report. The report discusses the traffic conditions statewide and in the individual counties of Clark, Churchill, Douglas, Elko, Esmeralda, and Carson City.
Nevada Office of Traffic Safety ǀ Fatality Analysis Reporting System (FARS)– The Office of Traffic Safety is responsible for compiling automobile crash data, including information on fatal crashes and impaired driving.
Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles ǀ Nevada Laws Governing Automobile Accidents– The Nevada legislature publishes Nevada laws online, including statutes governing automobile, motorcycle, commercial truck, and other related accidents.
Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles ǀ Motorcycle and Recreational Vehicle Safety– The Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles or DMV publishes online requirements for motorcycle vehicle license along with safety tips for motorcyclists and operators of other recreational vehicles, including all-terrain (ATV), off-highway vehicles, and bicycles.
Head Injury Association of Northern Nevada ǀ Head and Traumatic Brain Injury Resources– The Head Injury Association of Northern Nevada is a non-profit organization that offers support and resources to individuals with serious head injuries and their caretakers. Most resources, including support groups, fundraisers, recreational activities, and prevention informational, are provided at little or no cost.
Nevada Division of Child and Family Services ǀ Child Safety-Injury and Child Fatality Prevention- The Nevada Division of Child and Family Services is the governmental body responsible for investigating and preventing child injuries, abuse, and death throughout Nevada. The Nevada Division of Child and Family Services provides several resources including tips on preventing death and injury.
Mills & Anderson ǀ Las Vegas Personal Injury Lawyers
The Clark County law firm Mills & Anderson handles all aspects of personal injury law, including automobile accidents, motorbike accidents, general negligence, wrongful death, catastrophic injuries, and dog attack.
Contact our Las Vegas personal injury lawyer at Mills & Anderson at (702) 386-0030 or submit an online form to schedule a confidential consultation. Our aggressive and proven Las Vegas personal injury attorneys proudly serve individuals throughout Clark County, including Las Vegas, North Las Vegas, Henderson, and surrounding areas.