The differences in personal injury cases are as unique as the individuals who were hurt.
Just like our clients’ everyday lives, schedules, and activities are very different from one another’s, so are their cases, beginning with the circumstances that caused their injuries.
Whether you have been hurt in a vehicle collision caused by a texting driver or were injured on one of our many new or ongoing construction sites, your injuries can require long-term medical care that keeps you out of work.
At Bertoldo, Baker, Carter & Smith, our Las Vegas, Nevada personal injury lawyers take an experienced approach to creating the solutions your unique case requires to produce results, including investigating your injuries to create the best strategy available for seeking financial recovery.
Fully Investigating Your Claim to Hold the Negligent Party Responsible
Getting hurt because of another’s negligence is a life-changing event. Collisions and premises liability injuries alike may require long-term care than can leave you out of work as bills continue to mount.
The first step in holding the negligent party responsible for your financial recovery begins with investigating your claim, so we can prove that person — company, or third party — was negligent, and that their recklessness led to your injuries.
While your injuries should speak for themselves, our Nevada personal injury laws require our law firm to prove that the responsible party had a duty of reasonable care, then breached that duty during the circumstances that caused your injuries.
Meeting the legal requirement to prove negligence caused your injuries requires a full investigation into the crash or conditions that led to our claim.
Our personal injury attorneys have decades of experience in successfully holding negligent parties legally responsible for our clients’ injuries, and we can pursue the results your case deserves too.
Pursuing Financial Recovery for Our Clients’ Complete Needs
Our Las Vegas personal injury attorneys represent clients who have different financial needs after they have been hurt by the negligence of another.
Some suffer broken bones that require months to heal, while others suffer catastrophic brain injuries or spinal injuries that affect the rest of their lives. While each injury is serious and requires complete solutions, the detail of each client’s financial recovery options will differ.
Common financial compensation needs can include:
- Current and future medical costs
- Loss of income from an inability to work
- Loss of future income
- Short or long-term disability
- Partial or full disability
- Diminished quality of life
- Wrongful death
If you or someone you love has been hurt by the negligence of another, contact our Clark County personal injury attorneys at Bertoldo, Baker, Carter & Smith today to schedule a free consultation by calling (702) 505-8115. Our lawyers will fully review your claim and determine the best way to proceed with holding the negligent party responsible for your financial recovery.