Although car accidents are incredibly common, not everyone knows what to do after being involved in a crash. In some cases, pursuing legal action may not be necessary. You may be able to handle a simple claim with the insurance company on your own, especially if your damages are mainly limited to vehicle repairs. However, there are some circumstances...Read More
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Blake S. Friedman
Personal Injury Attorney
Blake S. Friedman, Esq. is a talented and aggressive personal injury lawyer in Las Vegas, Nevada. He is detail driven and excels in the areas of client relations, negotiation, oral argument, and litigation. Blake has handled over a thousand personal injury cases and his efforts have resulted in tens of millions of dollars in settlements for his clients, including multiple seven-figure settlements. Blake was born and raised right here in Las Vegas, Nevada. He is a second-generation lawyer who grew up shadowing his father in the courtroom. Blake completed his undergraduate studies at the University of San Diego, and earned his Juris Doctorate from the William S. Boyd School of Law. During law school, Blake was a member of the Moot Court Team and earned CALI awards in Advanced Negotiation and Mediation Advocacy and Pre-Trial Litigation.Read More
Like other US states, Nevada requires all drivers to carry insurance in some form. As a fault state, where liability for car accidents is determined based on each driver’s degree of fault, the required coverage is in the form of liability insurance. In the event of an accident, an at-fault driver’s insurance company pays, up to a limit, for...Read More
If you have been injured in a Nevada accident, you may be wondering, “Is Nevada a no-fault state?” A no-fault state allows an injured motorist to file a claim with their own insurance company after an accident, regardless of who was at fault. While there are a few states that follow this rule, Nevada is not one of them. ...Read More