Nevada is not a no-fault insurance state when it comes to car insurance. Insurance claims are filed under a tort system. That means that drivers involved in a car accident have the right to sue the negligent driver for full and fair monetary damages resulting from injuries (or death of a loved one).
If you were injured or lost a family member in a car accident because of a drunk driver or another driver’s negligence on any road in Nevada, you will need local legal representation. Call Bowen Law Offices in Las Vegas at 702-763-6159 to schedule a free consultation with attorney Jerome Bowen. Mr. Bowen has earned recognition as a Top 100 Trial Lawyer from the Association of Trial Lawyers of America.
We can help make sure you recover the full amount of money you are entitled to for:
- Emergency medical treatment and ongoing medical care
- Lost earnings and potential wage loss over a lifetime
- Pain and suffering and any social costs
We have effectively represented clients in motor vehicle accident personal injury and wrongful death litigation cases related to:
- Drunk driver negligence
- Driver speeding or reckless driving
- Driver texting, distracted driver
- Rear-end collisions, whiplash injuries
- Sideswipe, T-bone accidents
- Head-on collisions
- Uninsured and underinsured drivers
- Car crash injuries involving commercial semitrucks
A Lawyer Who Is Passionate About Getting Things Right For Our Clients
When you hire Bowen Law Offices, you will work with a lawyer and staff who are passionate about helping you resolve your car accident injury or wrongful death claim efficiently. You will receive the highest level of client service throughout your case and receive regular updates. When it comes time to making a decision about settling or taking your case to trial, you will be fully informed and understand the process.
Call us at 702-763-6159 or send an email to schedule a free consultation. We represent clients in car accident cases on a contingency fee basis. You pay no attorneys’ fees unless we help you recover money in a settlement or trial verdict.