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Reno Personal Injury Lawyer

If you have recently been injured in an accident in Reno, you may be eligible for financial compensation. If someone else carelessly or recklessly caused your accident, that person may be responsible for paying for your injuries and related losses.

At Claggett & Sykes Law Firm, our Reno personal injury lawyers help accident victims hold wrongdoers accountable and obtain the results they need to move forward with peace of mind. Discuss how we can help you in detail during a free case evaluation.

Why Choose Our Reno Personal Injury Lawyers?

  • Attorney Sean Claggett was voted “Trial Lawyer of the Year” in 2017. Our extensive trial experience motivates insurance companies to handle claims more fairly.
  • We employ a team of attorneys on each case, combining our brainpower to achieve the best possible outcomes. We have recovered over $700 million for past clients.
  • It is our goal to make legal representation affordable. Our Reno personal injury lawyers operate on a contingency fee basis, meaning you will only pay attorney’s fees if we win compensation for your case.

Do You Need to Hire a Reno Personal Injury Attorney?

Handling your injury claim without the help of a personal injury lawyer puts you at risk of being taken advantage of by an insurance company. Insurance companies and their claims adjusters have training and experience in devaluing injury claims. With a lawyer by your side, however, an insurer will have no choice but to offer a fair amount. Otherwise, your lawyer can take the insurer to trial on your behalf.

Do You Have a Personal Injury Case?

A personal injury case is a type of civil suit that seeks financial compensation from one or more parties (known as defendants) for causing or contributing to a victim’s (plaintiff’s) injuries. To have grounds for a personal injury case in Nevada, you generally must be able to prove three elements as more likely to be true than not true:

  1. Duty of care owed. A duty of care means that the defendant had an obligation to treat you with care and in accordance with the law.
  2. Duty of care breached. A breach is an action or omission that falls outside of the bounds of reasonable care.
  3. The defendant’s breach of duty must have resulted in your accident and injury, along with the compensable losses you sustained.

If you suffered a physical or emotional injury from the neglect, default or wrongful act of another person, you may be eligible for financial compensation. Filing a personal injury lawsuit allows you to seek justice. Our attorneys can review your case if you are not sure whether it has merit.

Compensation Available in Reno Personal Injury Cases

If you or your personal injury attorney is successful in proving the elements of an injury claim, an insurance company or jury may offer financial compensation to cover your past, current and future associated losses. Many different types of damages are available during a claim, both economic and noneconomic:

  • Medical expenses
  • Lost wages and earning capacity
  • Permanent disfigurement or disability
  • Property damage
  • Pain and suffering
  • Loss of consortium
  • Punitive damages

The value of your lawsuit is something we can discuss in more detail after reviewing and understanding the full extent of your injuries and losses. Although no type of financial award can make up for what you suffered, a fair and full amount of compensation can enable you to pay your bills and move forward.

Injured in an Accident in Reno? Get Help Today

If you or a loved one recently suffered an injury in any type of accident in Reno, including a car accident, workplace accident, or slip and fall accident, we can help. Contact the lawyers at Claggett & Sykes Law Firm for a free legal consultation. We can answer your legal questions and offer tailored advice. Contact us today via our online contact form or by calling (702) 333-7777 anytime. We serve clients in Reno, Las Vegas and throughout Nevada.