There are few events more frightening than a car accident. Imagine that you are driving down the road on your way to work in sunny Las Vegas. You are proud of yourself because you packed a healthy lunch, and you left the house early. You are in no rush. You are listening to one of your favorite songs or podcasts and you think to yourself, “Today is going to be a good day.” You are cruising at the speed limit with the flow of traffic, and you enter an intersection on a solid green traffic signal. Suddenly, you hear tires squealing and you see a flash of blue in your peripheral vision on your right. Your heart begins to race, your palms begin to sweat, your body tenses up, and you take one last breath. BOOM! You hear the loud sound of metal crunching and glass breaking. The force of the impact causes your body to move violently side to side. Your vehicle continues to spin out of control until it finally comes to rest on the other side of the intersection.
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Your heart is racing, your head and neck hurt, your ears are ringing, and it smells like something is burning (which turns out to be due to the airbags). A witness runs over and asks, “Are you okay? That driver in the blue Ford ran the red light!” You step out of the car and realize you have no broken bones or major lacerations, so you respond, “I’m okay.” The witness breathes a sigh of relief and walks away without providing any contact information. You begin assessing the damage to your car when the driver of the blue Ford approaches you and exclaims, “You ran the red light!” You turn to find the witness, but the witness has already left.
A million thoughts run through your mind. “I need to call the police, but when they arrive, how do I prove I was not at fault?” “Do I need to go to a hospital to get checked out?” “Who is going to pay for my medical bills?” “What if I really hurt my head or my neck?” “Who is going to pay for my car?” “How am I going to pay my bills if I have to miss time from work?” “How is this going to affect my family?” “Should I call my insurance company?” “Should I call a lawyer?”
After the police arrive and do a report, and after you get checked out at the hospital, you decide it is best to contact a lawyer. You remember seeing three different billboards for three different personal injury law firms on your route to work. You also remember hearing radio jingles from two other personal injury law firms in the last week. You do a Google search, and a multitude of different law firms populate. How do you know which accident lawyer to choose?
You want to choose a Las Vegas car accident injury lawyer who is experienced and intelligent, and who treats you like family by providing one-on-one consultation and constant communication in your time of need.
Blake S. Friedman, Esq. is an experienced Las Vegas personal injury attorney who puts his clients’ best interests first and focuses on achieving the best possible outcome. Blake Friedman will personally walk you through every step of the auto accident process from dealing with the insurance companies, proving liability, determining applicable insurance coverage, helping you get your car fixed, helping obtain payment for the diminished value of your vehicle, helping you find the best medical providers in Southern Nevada, and helping you obtain maximum financial compensation for your medical expenses (past and future), lost wages, loss of earning capacity, pain and suffering, and other harms and losses.
Las Vegas, NV auto accident lawyer Blake Friedman will do everything in his power to achieve the best possible outcome on your car accident case. Blake is a second-generation personal injury lawyer who has handled thousands of car accident cases. His efforts have resulted in tens of millions of dollars’ worth of settlements for his clients. Blake treats every client like they are his only client.
If you or a loved one have been injured in a Las Vegas, Nevada car accident, do not hesitate to give Friedman Injury Law a call at (702) 970-4222 or send an online message. We offer free consultations.