At the law firm of Bertoldo, Baker, Carter & Smith, our Las Vegas personal injury attorneys provide quality legal representation for Nevada residents and clients throughout the world who have been victimized by negligence.
When someone’s negligent actions or inactions lead to injuries—or even the loss of life—our Las Vegas personal injury lawyers provide the support and guidance our clients need to seek financial recovery from the responsible party or insurance provider.
Bertoldo, Baker, Carter & Smith works tirelessly to provide the best outcome available for each of our client’s unique cases and claims, so we are doing more than simply providing successful results; we are helping to change lives.
Our experienced attorneys have an impeccable track record of success in complex personal injury claims. We provide our clients with the opportunity to pursue compensation for their specific injuries, as well as their medical bills, lost wages, and other damages.
Over the years, we have recovered substantial settlements and jury verdicts that allow individuals and families to face their recovery with the confidence they need to put their injuries behind them.
At Bertoldo, Baker, Carter & Smith, we fight for each of our client’s individual needs after an accident. If you were involved in a car accident, bitten by a dog, or otherwise injured by someone else’s negligence, we want to help you seek the results you need.
When you've been injured, you want more than a great lawyer. You want a whole team of great lawyers who are committed to treating you with the compassion, integrity and serious respect that you deserve.
Fatality/Burn Disfigurement from Helicopter Crash $30 Million
Brain Damage from Motor Vehicle Accident $19.5 Million
Brain Injury, Premises Liability $10 Million
Spinal Cord Injury, Product Liability $7.2 Million
Neurologic Injury, Premises Liability $6 Million
Loss of Limb from Motorcycle Accident $5.5 Million
Pediatric Brain Damage from Medical Malpractice $5 Million
Wrongful Death from Motor Vehicle Accident $4.8 Million
Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy from Slip & Fall $1.25 Million
Learn About the Organizations We're Proud to Support
At Bertoldo, Baker, Carter & Smith, we are dedicated to not only serving injured clients and their families but also to giving back to our community in a real, ongoing way. Our attorneys and staff regularly donate their time, efforts, and resources to a number of organizations, charities, and local events that provide a range of services to the community.
We invite you to learn more about the many ways in which we strive to give back to our Las Vegas community. At Bertoldo, Baker, Carter & Smith, we have been serving this area since 1985, and we are exceptionally proud to be a part of this amazing community.
Types of Financial Compensation You Can Expect from Your Injuries
Our personal injury lawyers in Las Vegas provide our clients with the confidence they need to pursue the best financial outcome available for their unique case. No two personal injury claims are the same, and each will require a different strategy to deliver favorable results.
At Bertoldo, Baker, Carter & Smith, our Las Vegas personal injury attorneys will focus on each aspect of your case and pursue financial recovery for:
- Short- and long-term medical care
- Treatment, therapy, and rehabilitation services
- Lost wages
- Partial or full disability
Your recovery is important to us. Allow us to pursue the compensation you deserve, so you can get your life back.
Bertoldo, Baker, Carter & Smith: Your Personal Injury Attorneys in Las Vegas, Nevada
Las Vegas, Nevada is home to more than restaurants and entertainment venues—it is home to our experienced personal injury lawyers who take pride in serving the communities of Clark County, Washoe County and all counties in between. We are proud to represent clients across the state of Nevada, and throughout the world, who have suffered harm and loss through no fault of their own.
If you have suffered from a personal injury, contact our accomplished Las Vegas, Nevada injury attorneys at Bertoldo, Baker, Carter & Smith today at (702) 505-8115 and learn how we can help you pursue the financial recovery you deserve to get back on your feet.
How Do I Know If I Have A Personal Injury Case?
If you have been hurt because of another person’s negligent actions or inactions, you may have a personal injury case that will allow you to pursue financial compensation for lost wages, medical expenses, and other damages, which is why you should hire a Las Vegas personal injury attorney to review your injuries and the negligent circumstances that caused them.
How Much Is My Personal Injury Case Worth?
Determining how much your Nevada personal injury case is worth requires a complete evaluation of your injuries and the medical care you will need now and going forward. We will also determine the complete extent of your economic damages, including lost wages and property damage, so you are not left paying for any expenses out of pocket. Each personal injury case is unique and requires a full investigation to ensure no detail is left to chance.
How Long Does A Personal Injury Lawsuit Take To Reach A Settlement?
Since all personal injury cases are unique, your personal injury claim will produce results once all the facts are available to begin negotiations. Our Las Vegas personal injury lawyers will work directly with the negligent party’s insurance company to reach a quick resolution through a settlement negotiation or pursue your claim at trial.
Will My Personal Injury Case Go To Trial?
Most personal injury cases do not proceed to trial. Most personal injury cases can be resolved through settlement negotiations. When those negotiations break down or our attorneys do not believe our clients are getting the best outcome, we have decades of legal experience to succeed inside the courtroom.
How Long Do I Have to File a Personal Injury Claim?
In the State of Nevada, personal injury victims have two years from the date their injury occurred to file a personal injury claim. It is important to file a claim within the allotted time, or the courts will almost certainly – in nearly all cases – refuse an extension.