1) Do you charge for an initial consultation?
No. We are willing to discuss initially even by phone so we can understand how we can help you.
2) What types of fee agreements do you offer?
Depending on the nature of the matter, we are willing to work on a contingent fee basis, on an hourly rate basis, a combination of hourly rate and contingent fee, or for a fixed fee. We want to come up with a solution that best meets your needs.
3) What is the statute of limitations for my case?
See our blog post on statute of limitations here.
4) What does it take to form a Nevada Limited Liability Company?
Details regarding the formation of a Nevada Limited Liability Company, including fees and filing requirements, can be found in our Nevada Law Business Topics section here.
5) How do I speak to an attorney?
Send us an email here or give us a call at (702) 384-2070.
6) Will my case have to go to trial?
We will do everything in our power to resolve cases prior to trial. Our years of experience makes us effective negotiators and we are able to resolve most cases without going to trial.
7) How long will it take to resolve my case?
In a personal injury case it depends on the length and nature of your treatment. Your case should never be resolved that you have achieved maximum medical improvement. Currently, cases are being set for trial approximately 18 months after the case is filed, if we cannot settle the case.
8) What is arbitration and/ or mediation?
Arbitration & mediation are a form of alternative dispute resolution. Arbitration means having a third party (typically an attorney or retired judge) serving as the judge and jury of the case. Mediation is a settlement process which is conducted with a sitting judge or a third party attorney or retired judge. We absolutely encourage mediation in all cases depending on the facts of the case, arbitration can be a very effective and expedited way of resolving the case.