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How Long Will My Personal Injury Claim Take to Produce Results?

The personal injury attorneys at Bertoldo, Baker, Carter & Smith in Las Vegas, Nevada attempt to supply our clients with realistic timelines regarding their claims and lawsuits, so there are no surprises about the length of time it takes to recover financially. While our Clark County lawyers work tirelessly to expedite our clients’ cases… Read More »

A Guide to Personal Injury Law Terms and Meanings

If you have been hurt in an car collision, or have suffered an injury due to the negligent actions or inactions of another, our Las Vegas, Nevada personal injury attorneys will provide you with a clear understanding of your claim, so you can gain the confidence you need to pursue the proper financial recovery…. Read More »

Common Tactics Insurance Companies Use To Avoid Paying Personal Injury Victims

If you have ever been in a traffic collision that was not your fault and pursued the matter on your own directly with an insurance company, you know how tough it is to get the financial recovery you deserve for property damage. Now, imagine how tough it would be to pursue the negligent driver… Read More »

Should I Share My Medical Records With The Insurance Company?

Making ends meet is tough enough when you have a full-time job, but when you are hurt in a vehicle collision and are unable to work the financial blow can leave you behind on your rent or mortgage, not to mention the rest of your bills. When you are out of work, the financial… Read More »

The Dangers of Defective Tires Increase In the Las Vegas Heat

At Bertoldo, Baker, Carter & Smith, our Las Vegas, Nevada product liability attorneys understand that the harsh summertime heat in our city can only increase the dangers of defective auto parts, especially tires that provide the only connection between your vehicle and the road. The summer months in Las Vegas reach average temperatures of… Read More »

Protect Your Family’s Rights When Wrongful Death Is Completely Preventable

Last month we talked about the devastating outcomes of medical errors in Clark County hospitals. As it becomes clearer how these facilities are being held accountable for the impact their breach of care, hospital under-staffing, and medication errors have on the general public, our Las Vegas, Nevada attorneys at Bertoldo, Baker, Carter & Smith… Read More »

Summerlin Hospital Notifies Surgery Patients to Possible Hospital-Acquired Infections

At Bertoldo, Baker, Carter & Smith our Clark County attorneys have successfully provided winning outcomes for medical malpractice clients in Las Vegas, and are currently protecting the rights of potential victims who were Summerlin Hospital patients and underwent surgical treatment for prostate cancer using the da Vinci robotic surgery system.    Summerlin Hospital is notifying patients by… Read More »

I Am A Visitor Who Suffered A Personal Injury In Las Vegas. Who Should I Call?

Over 40 million people visit Las Vegas, Nevada each year, and while none of them anticipate suffering a personal injury while they are in town, negligence can lead to everything from pedestrian injuries or taxi collisions to trip/slip and fall incidents. Any of these events can cause serious physical, emotional, and financial injuries to… Read More »

What Types Of Damages Can I Seek After Suffering A Personal Injury?

No matter how a personal injury occurs, whether it is through a car vehicle or bicycle collision, a defective product or construction site incident, the victim is going to require medical care to assess their overall injuries and to determine the next steps to recovery. At Bertoldo, Baker, Carter & Smith, our team of… Read More »

Distracted Driving: Interruptions Behind the Wheel Are Endangering Lives

In 2011 the Nevada Legislature passed legislation deeming it illegal to talk or text on a handheld cellular device – or similar devices – while driving a vehicle. The illegal activity comes with fines and demerits to the offender’s license, including: First-time offenders: $50 fine Second-time offenders: $100 fine Third-time, and subsequent offenses: $250… Read More »

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