Las Vegas Personal Injury Lawyer
One of the most important things you should remember when you have been involved in a car accident is to speak to an attorney as soon as possible. To protect your rights, you will need legal advice before you speak to the insurance company and provide a statement of the event.
Insurance companies have become very aggressive in contacting victims of accidents quickly after the event. They believe if they contact fast it will help them settle cases faster. In reality, they try to push for a quick settlement before the victim even realizes all of the losses they have incurred or the severity of their injury. This is why it is imperative to speak to an attorney as soon as possible after the event to protect your rights.
If You’ve Been Hurt Call Us
We at Mullins & Trenchak believe in a no nonsense stand when it comes to personal injury. We dedicate ourselves to assuring that any wrong doing is made right. Whether it be an injury on vacation to a wrongful death, no case is less substantial than the next. Below are listed examples of personal injury case types that we represent:
- Car/Motorcycle/Bus Accidents
- Assault Claims
- Medical Negligence
- Faulty Products
- Harmful Chemicals
- Home Injuries
- Vacation Injuries
- Wrongful Death
- Injury on the Job
- Industrial Disease (Mesothelioma & Asbestos)
The above personal injury cases can affect your pocket book by damage or loss of property, loss of work and wages due to the injury, extreme medical expenses as well as pain and suffering from emotional distress. This is why we at Mullins & Trenchak go the extra mile to assure that you receive the punitive damages that you deserve.
Motor vehicle accidents are one of the most prevalent types of accidents out there. Most all motor vehicle accidents are preventable. Most but not all drivers may be driving carelessly, driving under the influence, or may be preoccupied with another task at hand. In the event of an accident at the hand of a driver of these types a person and their family’s lives could change in an instance.
A faulty chemical i.e. a facial cream could physically cause harm to your skin and your appearance causing pain, medical bills and even loss of wages due to time off of work. A faulty product such as a bad tire could not only injure you or your car in a car accident, it could also injure others and their property as well. No one person should ever be at fault for a faulty chemical or product. The company who produced the product should be held liable for damages, loss of wages, medical bills and pain and suffering.
Medical negligence is specified as the improper standard of care received by a medical professional to their patient. This can occur in a wrongful diagnosis resulting in the incorrect type of treatment plan, inadequate operative or post-operative treatment, anesthesia errors, wrongfully prescribed medications, injuries to a child during birth and surgical injuries. A patient should feel safe in the care of their physician and should not have to worry about any complications when it comes to their health then what they are already facing.
Injury on Vacation
If injured on vacation it is always best to seek medical attention immediately, even if you think that the injury is “not that bad”. Always take as many pictures as possible. Let the management of the establishment know of the incident and get any and all contact information from management in regards to the company. Make a list and take pictures of all hazards that may have caused your accident and gather contact information for anyone who may have witnessed the accident and contact information for all employees who facilitated in helping you after the accident occurred. If the accident that occurred involves a motor vehicle contact emergency services immediately. After you have fallowed all the proper steps contact us at Mullins & Trenchak Law Firm immediately to get representation for your losses today.
A wrongful death is a death that is caused at the hand of another person’s wrong doing. Examples of wrongful deaths are deaths caused by a faulty chemical or product, drunk driving accidents, unsound structure of a building and medical malpractice. If you ever question whether or not you have a wrongful death case it is always advised that you contact the proper legal representation to look further into the situation at hand.
Injury on the Job
If you were injured while fulfilling your required job obligations, then you may be entitled to worker’s compensation. Worker’s compensation is insurance that is provided by the employer to accommodate an employee who is injured while on the job. The insurance assures coverage for any loss of wages, medical bills and death compensation. If you or a loved one was injured on the job it is always a good idea to obtain legal counsel to go over all options you might have to help you get through this trying time.
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