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KEY STEPS FOR YOUR LAS VEGAS PERSONAL INJURY CASE
A personal injury case is a type of lawsuit in which a person sues someone else for negligently or intentionally injuring them. “Personal injury” encompasses many different kinds of cases, including medical malpractice, slip-and-fall cases, automobile accidents, and any case in which you were injured because someone else was at fault. Each personal injury case will be different. But the legal issues turn on whether the defendant was at fault, and whether the defendant’s action or inaction caused your injury. By proving both, you can be compensated for the pain and suffering you have endured.
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PERSONAL INJURY PRACTICE AREAS
Gather evidence of economic loss. You can be compensated for lost work wages as well as for medical care. You should gather evidence that shows how much you were being paid on a job, as well as the total amount of money spent on health care.
- If your injury is irreversible, then you can recover for future lost wages as well as for continuing medical care.
- You may also recover damages for pain and suffering, as well as loss of consortium and loss of enjoyment.
- You can also recover for any property damage. If someone struck your car, then you can recover for damage to the car.
File the complaint. To begin your lawsuit, your attorney will draft a complaint and file it with the court. The complaint lays out the facts as alleged and the legal theories that support the lawsuit. It also states the relief that you are requesting.
- In a personal injury suit, your complaint will typically allege that the defendant’s “negligence” caused your injury, meaning that the defendant did not exercise the required reasonable care.
- After filing the complaint, your attorney will also serve a copy on the defendant. Be sure to get a copy for you records as well.
Engage in discovery. Once a lawsuit has begun, both parties are able to request evidence from each other in a process called “discovery.” Parties request documents in each other’s possession or control. They can also request that the other party answer questions, either orally or in writing.
- Your lawyer will probably contact you when she gets the defendant’s discovery requests. If your attorney does not already have copies of medical records and pay stubs, then you may have to turn copies over to the defendant.
- Whenever your attorney requests information, always be prompt in reply. Delay only prolongs the lawsuit.