Auto Accidents in the U.S. cost more than $230 billion annually. Over 2.35 million people are injured every year in accidents nationwide. 37,000+ result in fatalities – car crashes are the leading cause of death among Americans under 34. Nevada is no stranger to motor vehicle collisions, with over 50,000 auto accidents occurring each year.
Property owners have a responsibility to ensure their premises are safe and free from hazards and defects that could cause visitors harm. In Las Vegas, many incidents occur at resorts and casinos. Premise liability refers to accidents or injuries that occur due to unsafe conditions on another person’s property.
We understand there are few experiences more devastating than the loss of a loved one. Worse still is when that loss is due to the negligence of another and could have been avoided. We are sensitive to the grieving process and do our best to navigate the legal process without causing additional stress or burden to you.
Manufacturers, distributors and retailers all have the responsibility to make sure their products are safe for use by their customers. When products are sold that are unsafe for their intended use, they can cause serious injuries.
Injuries to Children
A child injury can be devastating for the entire family. Whether the injuries are life changing or seemingly more minor, in every case parents want to ensure their children get the best medical treatment possible.
Truck and Commercial Vehicle Collisions
Driving on Las Vegas’ roads you see big rigs, taxi cabs, construction vehicles, dump trucks, limousines and party buses. Collisions involving any of these commercial vehicles may result in catastrophic injury.
According to the U.S. Department of Human and Health Services, more than 800,000 Americans seek medical treatment for dog bites each year.
About a third of all fatal motor vehicle crashes involve drugs or alcohol. DUI-related accidents are more prevalent in the Las Vegas valley than other metropolitan areas.
Bicycle and Pedestrian Accidents
Due to the nature of the collision, pedestrians and bicyclists hit by motor vehicles often suffer serious injuries, or even fatalities.
Motorcycle riders are extremely vulnerable on the road. Motorcycle riders do not have seatbelts, steel structures or airbags to protect them.
Uninsured or Under-Insured Motorist Claims
Uninsured Motorist coverage (“UM”) and Underinsured Motorist coverage (“UIM”) are auto insurance policies driver’s have the option of purchasing.
Nevada law is designed to protect workers who are injured while working regardless of what caused the injury. Employees injured in the course and scope of their job are entitled to many benefits, including having their medical bills paid, and receiving wages while off work.
Losing a loved one is devastating. During this difficult time, you need attorneys you can rely on and who are experts in Nevada’s specific laws regarding wrongful death cases.
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What We Mean By "Every Client Matters"
Everyone has dealt with poor customer service. It is a universally frustrating experience. No one likes to spend money on a service that makes life harder, rather than easier, or feel ignored.
Sadly, it is a common complaint made against personal injury attorneys. Clients’ feel they are taken for granted, especially if they do not have a million-dollar case. At Willoughby Shulman Injury Lawyers, we do things differently.
We believe every client matters and deserves individualized attention. No matter the size of the case, either Eric Willoughby or Steve Shulman will handle it personally. You will not be passed off to an associate.
We also believe it is important to be able to reach your personal injury attorneys. That is why every client can call, text, and email directly with Eric and Steve. Your case matters to us and we are here to help.
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