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6 Things to Do After a Slip, Trip and Fall Accident

Posted on December 9, 2020 in Personal Injury,Slip and Fall Accidents

A slip, trip and fall accident can occur when you least expect it – such as while you are working or shopping at your local grocery store. Fall accidents often occur due to negligence, such as a property owner ignoring a known slip and fall hazard. In this scenario, you may be able to collect… read more

Motorcycle Laws in Nevada 2021

Posted on December 8, 2020 in Motorcycle Accident,Personal Injury

Motorcyclists are much more likely to suffer fatal injuries in traffic accidents than motor vehicle occupants. In 2019, 51 motorcyclists lost their lives in Nevada traffic accidents. One of the most common causes of motorcycle accidents in Nevada is breaking traffic laws. If every driver and motorcyclist in Nevada obeyed the law, far fewer collisions… read more

Do I Have to File a Police Report After a Minor Car Accident in Las Vegas?

Posted on December 2, 2020 in Car Accident,Personal Injury

Getting into a car accident in Las Vegas can be stressful and confusing. You may not know how to react properly, such as what to say to the other driver or whether you need to call the police. Making the mistake of failing to file a police report when the law legally requires you to… read more

Settlements vs. Verdicts in Personal Injury Lawsuits

Posted on November 10, 2020 in Personal Injury

While researching personal injury claims, you may come across the terms “settlement” and “verdict.” Both of these terms refer to the compensation or financial award an injured victim can collect during an injury claim. However, they refer to two different legal processes. Recognizing which type of award is best to pursue in your case requires… read more

Main Reasons for An Insurance Denial

Posted on November 3, 2020 in Firm News

If you have never been injured in an accident before, you may not know what to expect from the insurance claims process. You pay your premiums every month and may assume your insurance company wants to help you during a claim. Unfortunately, insurance companies often place profits over people. You may face challenges obtaining fair… read more

Ordinary Negligence vs. Gross Negligence: What’s the Difference?

Posted on October 17, 2020 in Personal Injury

Two standards of negligence exist: ordinary and gross negligence. Negligence is the foundation of most personal injury claims in Nevada. It describes a breach of the duty to exercise reasonable care. When one person is negligent and this causes another person harm, the injured plaintiff can request compensation from the negligent party. Whether the defendant… read more

How Are Loss of Earnings Calculated After an Injury?

Posted on October 16, 2020 in Car Accident,Personal Injury

An accident can affect a victim in many negative ways, including removing the ability to earn a living wage. Work interruptions for medical treatments or due to a permanent disability could make an already difficult time worse by putting more financial pressure on a family. Knowing how to calculate loss of earnings during a personal… read more

Are Auto Accident Insurance Settlements Taxable?

Posted on September 11, 2020 in Car Accident,Personal Injury

Receiving an insurance settlement check for an auto accident can give you the relief, financial stability and peace of mind you need to finally move forward. Your check can cover expensive medical costs, lost wages, vehicle repairs and more. Come tax time, however, you may face another challenge: determining whether or not you need to… read more

Accidents in Construction Zones: Who is Liable?

Posted on September 10, 2020 in Car Accident,Personal Injury

Transportation accidents are a common cause of worker death in the construction industry. Construction zone car accidents are not only a threat to workers, however. These crashes regularly injure and kill motor vehicle drivers as well. If you were in an accident in a construction zone in Nevada, you may be eligible for compensation. Learn… read more

How We Prepare for a Case

Posted on July 15, 2020 in Firm News,Personal Injury

Claggett & Sykes is not like other law firms. Our Las Vegas personal injury attorney’s preparation process for every case we accept is intensive. We prepare each case as if it will go to trial – even if we expect a successful settlement. Preparing cases for trial gives us aggressive legal strategies so we can… read more