Nevada Personal Injury Lawyers Representing Accident Victims in Hiko
Situated in the northeast region of Nevada, the unincorporated town of Hiko, formerly known for its silver mines, is now largely a farming and ranching area. This small agrarian community is in the Tonopah Basin in Lincoln County, Nevada. It has a total land area of 48.6 square miles, with a number of choices for arts and entertainment, shopping, and sightseeing.
Hiko has a population of just 119, yet it appears in listings of ghost towns in Nevada. Industries that thrive in Hiko are agriculture, forestry, fishing, hunting, mining, educational services, health care, social assistance and manufacturing.
Residents of Hiko work in management, professional and related jobs, extraction, maintenance and repair occupations, and service types of employment. Some work in construction as well, but regardless of their occupation, on average they spend approximately 68.2 minutes per day commuting to work, longer than the Nevada state and US average.
When Construction Accidents Affect Hiko Residents
Construction accidents can happen as a result of falls, defective equipment, electrocution, lifting, chemical spills, and falling objects. In Nevada, employers and owners of construction sites are required to observe specific safety rules and regulations for keeping the premises safe from accidents. This can involve conducting periodic safety inspections, job safety training, and implementing safety regulations.
Depending on the circumstances of a construction accident, specific persons may be responsible, and it is important to determine the particular fault or negligence of each relative to your injuries.
It may be that you will file a claim against the:
- Design and engineering professionals
- Managers and
- Equipment suppliers
When You Are in a Construction Accident
If you are involved in a construction accident, it is vital to seek immediate medical attention and treatment for your injuries. You must also notify your employer of the particulars of your accident.
Gather narrative accounts from eyewitnesses and keep any evidence that can help establish your claim. This can include photographs and pieces of equipment linked to the accident. Your Hiko construction accident attorney can also help you sort out the details and issues such as engineering problems, safety practices and other circumstances that are relevant to your claim.
In Hiko, Nevada, our attorneys at Bertoldo, Baker, Carter, and Smith have the skills and experience to mount successful construction accident claims. We also handle other personal injury cases such as car accidents, medical malpractice and slip, and fall accidents.
We invite you to contact us today at (702) 505-8115 for a free consultation and can visit you at home or at the hospital if you are unable to come to us.
Directions to Our Las Vegas Personal Injury Attorney From Hiko, NV
These Directions Are From Google Maps Starting From:
Hiko, NV 89017
Distance: 120 mi
Time: 1h 49 min
- Head south on NV-318 S
- Turn right onto US-93 S
- Turn right to merge onto I-15 S/US-93 S toward US-95/Las Vegas
- Take exit 42 to merge onto US-95 N toward Reno
- Take exit 81B for Rainbow Blvd
- Keep left at the fork, follow signs for Rainbow Blvd S
- Slight left onto N Rainbow Blvd
- Turn right onto W Sahara Ave
- Destination will be on the right
We are located at:
7408 W Sahara Ave
Las Vegas, Nevada 89117