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Spring Valley Personal Injury Lawyer

A serious personal injury, which can happen to anyone at any time, begins a downward spiral for most injury victims. The injuries themselves are only the beginning. Next, the questions start, such as how will my kids get to school and how will I pay this doctor bill. As victims struggle to recover and deal with the other effects of their injuries, insurance adjusters seemingly call constantly, pushing settlement offers that may or may not be fair.

An experienced Spring Valley personal injury lawyer from Cameron Law helps accident victims in all these areas. Our team connects victims with accident providers, like body shops and physicians, who charge nothing upfront for their services. Furthermore, we thoroughly evaluate your case and lay out your legal options. Finally, we take on big insurance companies and don’t quit until we obtain maximum compensation for your serious injuries.

Matters Our Spring Valley Personal Injury Lawyers Handle

All injury victims need and deserve compensation. That’s why we handle a full array of personal injury matters in Clark County and nearby jurisdictions, such as:

  • Vehicle Collisions: Supposedly, a silver lining of the coronavirus lockdown cloud was a reduced number of fatal vehicle collisions. Instead, the lockdowns increased this figure. Drivers picked up some bad habits in 2020, such as speeding and driving drunk. Like all bad habits, they’re very hard to break.
  • Falls: Casinos, hotels, and other hospitality businesses spend more money on slip-and-fall settlements than any other kind of on-property injury. These incidents usually cause serious and permanent injuries, especially if the victim has a pre-existing medical condition.
  • Dog Bites: Nevada courts observe the so-called one bite rule in these cases. Owners are legally responsible for dog bite injuries if they knew the dog was dangerous and didn’t take proper protective steps. Other theories, like ordinary negligence and negligence per se, are available as well.
  • Swimming Pool Drownings: Property owners usually have a duty to provide reasonably safe environments. They must take special care if the property includes a swimming pool or a swimming hole, like a lake or pond. Even if the owner displayed a warning sign, like “Swim At Your Own Risk,” victims can still obtain compensation.

Ordinary negligence and negligence per se are the most common legal theories in personal injury cases. Ordinary negligence is basically a lack of care, and negligence per se is basically a violation of a safety law.

Our Approach

Generally, our Spring Valley personal injury lawyers are able to resolve these cases out of court and on victim-friendly terms, because we rely on proven methods.

These methods involve simple building blocks, like hard work, open communication, and commitment to our clients.

Hard work means collecting evidence that supports your claim and refutes insurance company defenses. It also means researching the ever-changing laws in this area. Open communication means we begin every case with a conversation and we proactively inform you about important developments in your case, so you are never in the dark. Commitment to client means tireless advocacy in court. We’re not satisfied with anything less than the best possible result under the circumstances.

Contact an Experienced Spring Valley Injury Lawyer

Injury victims are usually entitled to substantial compensation. For a free consultation with an experienced Spring Valley personal injury lawyer, contact Cameron Law today. We do not charge upfront legal fees in these matters.

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