Top Nevada Spinal Cord Injury Attorneys
We represent accident victims who have suffered spinal cord injuries. Our Las Vegas spinal cord injury lawyers have recovered tens of millions of dollars for clients. Our results and innovations have been hailed by The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, USA Today, NBC News, ABC News, Fox News, and many others. U.S. News & World Report named us “Best Lawyers” and a “Best Law Firm,” and Avvo® recognizes our “top attorneys” with perfect 10/10 ratings. Newsweek showcased our Colorado spinal cord injury lawyers in its list of 20 leading personal injury groups in the U.S. Our spinal cord lawyers are graduates of top law schools, including NYU and Harvard.
Cases Our Spinal Cord Injury Lawyers Handle
We handle all types of spinal cord injury matters. Spinal cord injury cases present unique and challenging legal issues. We are highly experienced in dealing with spinal cord injuries and paralysis — ranging from minor impairments to paraplegia and tetraplegia/quadriplegia. Our clients suffer their tragic injuries in a variety of accident contexts, including car accidents, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, pedestrian accidents, injuries caused by defective products, fall cases, and many others.
Maximizing Client Recovery
Because of the extreme cost associated with future care for spinal cord injuries, our experienced team carefully examines every potential source of recovery. Our goal is to leave no stone unturned. We exhaustively search for all available insurance policies, collectible assets a defendant may have, and more. We also investigate other creative methods under the law by which to expand the pot of available funding (e.g., insurance bad-faith agreements). This is not an area where you can afford to take shortcuts. Our aggressive, comprehensive strategies can have a major impact on the strength and value of your case.
Expert Team Fighting For You
The costs associated with spinal cord injuries can be daunting. In some cases, the highly specialized care required for spinal cord injuries is increasing faster than the rate of inflation. Once a matter is settled, there is generally no ability to recover any money again in the future. If someone else is responsible for a spinal cord injury, it’s important for the legal team handling the matter to have a complete understanding of all of the care that is required in the future. Our highly experienced paralysis injury team works with many of the country’s leading spinal cord injury experts to prepare reports that outline the future costs of treatment. There are never any out-of-pocket costs for these experts.
Health Care Liens: The Hidden Danger
Health care providers and health insurance companies often file liens to be paid additional money out of any recovery a plaintiff recovers in a spinal cord injury case. If these liens are not reduced, they can greatly diminish or exhaust a plaintiff’s recovery. Our paralysis injury team is experienced in dealing with all types of liens. In every case we handle, we formulate a specialized strategy to negotiate liens or have them waived. We believe that any money recovered should go to you — not insurers or corporations.
We never get paid unless and until we first recover money for you. If there is no recovery, there is no fee. Many spinal cord injury law firms bury in fine print that clients are responsible for costs if a case is not successful. We don’t. With our no-fee promise, you’ll never pay us any out-of-pocket fees or costs — no exceptions. It’s the promise from every spinal cord injury attorney on our team to you, and we put it in writing.
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IMPORTANT: Past results are not indicative of future outcomes. This site contains no legal advice. Read more here.
*Nevada cases are managed and handled by Anthony Ager and/or other Fennemore Craig, P.C., attorneys licensed in Nevada. Fennemore Craig, P.C., has offices in Nevada, Arizona, and Colorado. Marc Lamber is licensed in Arizona only. Gordon James Goodnow III is licensed in Arizona and D.C. (inactive) only. Read more here.