There are a lot of personal injury lawyers in Las Vegas, Henderson, Clark County and the surrounding areas of southern Nevada. How do you select the one who is right for you? Below are some reasons why it’s the best option to have the accident attorneys of Koch & Brim, LLP handle your case.
At Koch & Brim a lawyer — not a staff member — will meet with you and personally handle your case. Whether your case is regarding an auto accident, motorcycle accident, dog bite injury in Las Vegas, or any of the other practice areas that we specialize in, we understand that each case is unique and needs to be planned and pursued in a way that brings about the best result for you. Only an experienced lawyer can do that. Our team offers offer free consultations and contingency-based fees.
Our attorneys offer over 42 years of law experience. They understand Nevada law and have handled many different types of Las Vegas personal injury cases for their clients. Whether your case is an auto accident, pedestrian accident or even a premises liability case, we can help fight for you!
We have gained a great reputation in Nevada and have accreditations from the Nevada State Bar Association, Clark County Bar Association, Nevada Justice Association, The Million Dollar Advocates Forum, and Martindale Hubbell to name a few. We represent clients throughout southern Nevada and Clark County, including the cities of Las Vegas, Henderson, North Las Vegas, Boulder City, Mesquite and more. Contact us for a free consultation and case evaluation with an experienced Las Vegas personal injury attorney.
Our goal is to bring about the best possible result for our clients as soon as possible. We work directly with our clients to pursue a case strategy that will bring about the maximum recovery.View More Results
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"Wonderful! Awesome! Bill Brim and his staff are caring and compassionate. They took care of every little detail and I am so happy I chose them."merrie
"They were very helpful throughout my case. Bill always called to check up and make sure I was doing okay after my accident. Always had great communication with me all throughout. Great experiences with Koch & Brim!"kayla
"I was very satisfied with the services of your office, whether it be your professionalism or attention to details. If in the event I require your services again in the future, you can be sure that this office will be my first stop. Thank you very much."jared
Every injury case will have unique elements that will make it differ from other cases. However, there are some primary factors that will be considered in determining the amount of compensation to pursue. They are as follows:
Pain or Suffering. If your injury has left you with long or short term discomfort, you can factor this into your compensation. Even if the pain is emotional, the Las Vegas accident attorneys at Koch & Brim can help you determine what you are entitled to.
Medical Bills. Even very minor injuries can rack up extensive medical bills. You might need to consider not only the previous medical expenses, but also factor in any additional medical treatments that you will need for your injuries.
Loss of Wages. If your injuries are severe enough, they might keep you from returning to your previous job functions in the same capacity. If you were forced to take an extended period of time off of work to recover, you can factor in the missing wages and loss of earning capacity.
It is always recommended to seek medical attention immediately after an injury, just in case there are any major or unforeseen complications. That being said, you should contact an injury lawyer as soon as you safely can.
Be sure you don’t wait too long, though. There is a limited period of time called the Statute of Limitations, in which you can legally submit a claim for injuries. In the state of Nevada, the standard statute of limitations for filing a Personal Injury case is 2 years, according to Nev. Rev. Stat. § 11.190(4)(e) (2016). For a Wrongful Death claim, it is also 2 years, according to Nev. Rev. Stat. § 11.190(4)(e) (2016).
What is negligence? – In a Las Vegas injury case, there usually exists a responsible party that failed to meet certain safety requirements and resulted in the accident or injury. This is considered “Negligence.” If the courts determine that the responsible party failed to meet these requirements, then the victims involved would be liable for damages. Partial fault can also be a factor in cases in Nevada, so a percentage of fault would have to be determined for both parties, and factored into the compensation amounts.
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