Our phones may have gotten smarter, but not every driver has evolved along with them. Calling and texting are the culprits behind 26% of the country’s car accidents, according to The National Safety Council’s annual injury and fatality report. One driver’s unwise decision could end up changing your entire life.
If you suffered in a car accident involving a texting or otherwise negligent driver, you should contact Ladah Law Firm, PLLC right away. We are Nevada personal injury lawyers and we focus on the details that will help you after your accident. It may be difficult to reduce your pain and suffering to a dollar figure, but we are determined to get you the compensation you need to live a healthy life. You shouldn’t have to face piles of medical bills because of someone else’s poor judgment.
As soon as an accident is reported, that insurance company will contact you with a compensation offer. While their numbers may seem reasonable on the surface, you may not realize numerous expenses until it’s too late. You should always consult your attorney before accepting anything from the insurance company.
We have your health and your future as our top priority. In our evaluation, we will include the cost of current medical bills, future health care, emotional healing, lost wages, property damage, and pain and suffering. Insurance companies don’t take all of these into consideration, even though they should. Fair compensation shouldn’t just get you out the hospital doors; it should get your back on your feet and moving forward.
The last thing you should have to worry about right now is jumping through legal hoops and deciphering obscure medical jargon. Let us handle your case while you focus on recovering from your injuries. Call Ladah Law Firm today to set up a consultation. We will help you get what you need to move past the car accident and on to a bright future.
…Ramzy took over and he and his staff did just a wonderful job. They got me more money than I thought that I would get… I was just very pleased and would recommend them to anyone else.