If you were injured in a car accident that wasn’t your fault, choose Oronoz & Ericsson, LLC to help you recover compensation for medical bills, lost pay, and other losses. Our Las Vegas car accident lawyers build a compelling case and negotiate for maximum compensation. We’re skilled negotiators and trial lawyers who stand up to insurance companies to get you every dollar you deserve.
Our car accident lawyers have recovered millions of dollars in settlements and verdicts. We represent injured individuals and those who lost a loved one due to negligence or wrongdoing.
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Our Las Vegas car accident attorneys are trial-tested and highly motivated to get you the money you need after a crash.
Nevada is an at-fault state for car accidents. To recover compensation for a car accident that was not your fault, you must prove negligence by showing that:
You shouldn’t have to worry about insurance claims when you’re injured. A Las Vegas car accident lawyer takes care of everything, from compiling evidence to filing your claim.
We aggressively pursue maximum compensation for your injuries. If negotiations break down, we can take the defendant to court.
You deserve compensation for all the ways that the accident affected your life. We pursue economic and non-economic damages, including:
Our car crash lawyers have obtained millions of dollars to cover our client’s physical, psychological, and financial injuries in Las Vegas.
Here are some recent case results. You also can call us to discuss the potential value of your claim and recent outcomes of similar cases.
Settlement for our client’s injuries after a Las Vegas car crash.Topic // Car Accident
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Most traffic accidents are the result of driver error and negligence. Here are some of the most common types of driver negligence.
One injury you might suffer in a Las Vegas car accident is damage to your brain or head. When another vehicle hits yours, your head could violently shake or snap back and forth, causing whiplash, a traumatic brain injury, or concussion.
A person's spinal cord can also be crushed in an accident. Depending on the location and severity of the injury, you could suffer different types of paralysis, including total, partial, temporary, or permanent. When this occurs, you lose feeling and function below the waist, below the neck, or somewhere in between.
Another injury you might incur in a Las Vegas car crash is damage to your chest. Chest injuries range from bruises to broken ribs to internal injuries. When you're thrust forward due to impact with another vehicle, you might strike the dashboard or steering wheel if you're not using a seat belt.
If the car wreck causes a fire, then you may suffer severe burn injuries. Airbags may also cause burns. Depending on the location and degree of burn, these injuries could be permanent and debilitating.
Under Nevada law, you have two years from the date of your injury accident to file a lawsuit against the negligent party. The same statute applies if you lost a loved one in a fatal car wreck and wish to bring a wrongful death lawsuit to recover damages.
If you want to file a property damage lawsuit for a car wreck, you must do so within three years.
It’s normal to have questions about your car accident and what to expect next. Here are answers to frequently asked questions. Call Oronoz & Ericsson, LLC if you have additional questions or want a free case review.
It is difficult to say how much your claim is worth without reviewing your case’s details. Generally, the more extensive your injuries, the more your claim is potentially worth. An attorney assigns a value to your losses based on how your injuries prevent you from returning to normal daily activities and employment.
Oronoz & Ericsson, LLC can connect you with local body shops and mechanics. We know it’s frustrating not to have your vehicle, so we also help you with car rentals.
The person who caused the crash should pay for your repairs. Suppose the estimate to repair your car exceeds what your vehicle is worth. In that case, the insurance company will consider your vehicle totaled.
We file a claim for property damage with the at-fault driver’s insurance.
When someone fails to act or acts recklessly, injuries usually occur. An attorney reviews the circumstances of your case to determine how the other party breached their duty of care or legal responsibility. Evidence such as a failed DUI test, skid marks, or a red-light camera can help establish fault in a car accident.
Your uninsured or underinsured insurance coverage pays for your medical bills, property damage, and other expenses. You’ll also file a claim with your uninsured coverage if you’re involved in a hit-and-run accident.
If you don’t have this coverage, you could file a personal injury lawsuit against the at-fault driver. Although they don’t have insurance, they could have other financial assets. There might be a third-party, such as an employer, with whom you can file a claim or a lawsuit.
A car accident attorney helps you understand your legal options.
Although the state doesn’t require uninsured motorists or collision insurance, it’s a good idea to add this extra level of protection.
When an accident prevents you from working, you can pursue lost wages from the at-fault driver. Liability insurance often covers lost pay. You can also file a lawsuit to recover lost income. An attorney helps calculate lost revenue using your pay stubs or timesheets.
There are two ways to file an auto insurance claim: by yourself or with help from a car accident attorney. To file a claim, you’ll need to obtain:
Once you’ve compiled the information, you’ll send it either by mail or through the insurer’s electronic portal.
Many people prefer to have an experienced car accident lawyer file their claim. They enjoy the peace of mind of legal protection and professional negotiating skills when it’s time to discuss a settlement.
Going to court is certainly a possibility. It’s often one of the best ways to ensure you get the most out of your car accident claim. It may be possible to avoid going to court if you obtain a fair and full injury settlement from the insurance company. Since insurers don’t typically compensate for non-economic damages, going to court might be your best option for pain and suffering compensation.
It is never a good idea to give the insurance company a statement. Insurers look for excuses to reduce your injury settlement. If they can place blame on you, they can get away with reducing the amount they compensate you. Give the insurance company your Las Vegas car accident lawyer’s contact information and let us handle them on your behalf.
Yes, even though children cannot advocate for themselves, they still have the same rights to compensation as adults do. As their parent or legal guardian, it’s up to you to act and fight for the money they deserve.
Unfortunately, the length of time it takes to settle a car accident claim can vary widely. Several factors can play into how long it will take to complete the claims process. Some cases can take as few as a few weeks, while others can take years.
Car accidents bring devastating physical, emotional, and financial injuries. When you've suffered critical injuries and need help figuring out what your next steps should be, contact Oronoz & Ericsson, LLC. Your Las Vegas car accident lawyer guides you through the process and helps you rebuild your life. Schedule your free, no-obligation consultation today. Call (702) 878-2889 or use our quick contact form, and we'll reach out to you soon.