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Do I Have to Go to Court for a Car Accident Claim?

February 25, 2021 Car Accidents

In Nevada, car accident victims have three options to secure compensation from an at-fault driver. You can file an insurance claim against the at-fault driver or under your own coverage if you have the appropriate policy. You can also file a personal injury lawsuit against the at-fault driver in Nevada civil court. Not all car…

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Evidence You Should Preserve After a Car Accident

February 25, 2021 Car Accidents

The moments after a car accident can feel overwhelming. You may have severe, painful injuries, be unable to drive your vehicle away from the accident site, and feel confused, traumatized, and disoriented. However, what you do after the accident is very important. Since Nevada is a fault state, you can preserve evidence to use in…

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Should You Give a Recorded Statement to Insurance Companies?

December 29, 2020 Car Accidents

Since Nevada is a fault car insurance state, you have two options to secure compensation after an accident: filing an insurance claim or filing a personal injury lawsuit. Many car accident cases begin in the insurance stage and progress to a lawsuit if the claim is unsuccessful. There are many components to an insurance accident…

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How Is Liability Determined in a Car Accident Case?

December 29, 2020 Car Accidents

Like most states, Nevada follows a fault insurance system when it comes to car accidents. If you suffer injuries in an accident someone else is responsible for, the other driver must pay for the damages you incur, such as medical bills or vehicle repairs. However, to prove your right to damages and recover from your…

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