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Do I need to hire an attorney?

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Yes; Yes; Yes! Whether or not you hire Brent Harsh Law or another law firm it is imperative that you discuss your case with a lawyer. The State of Nevada has statutorily set time-tables to resolve cases. If you are not properly informed, insurance companies may drag your case out until the time has run out, and your claim disappears like you were never injured, and there is nothing you can do about it.

Strangely, many doctors will not treat patients who have been injured in an auto-accident.  This is just a reality of today because doctors do not want to be involved in the legal system, they are wary and do not trust lawyers.  Brent has spent over a decade working with medical experts, who appreciate his ethical and caring approach and are willing to work with Brent’s clients to make sure they get healthy.

Insurance companies may go out of their way to create “issues” or “problems” with your claim to delay.  They send you complicated and wordy letters.  It is important to talk to an attorney to understand and navigate these stalling techniques.

Finally, settlements with a lawyer’s guidance is usually substantially higher.  Brent, or a lawyer of your choosing, should be able to talk to you about all of his or her jury verdicts or settlements and come up with a just and reasonable amount for your losses and harms.

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I was injured at work, do I have rights?

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Yes.  Nevada requires a worker’s compensation program by your employer, and there are complicated laws and timelines regarding injuries at work.  You must immediately notify your employer of your injury or accident and should retain representation. Brent will work with you to make sure your employer does not take advantage of your injury.

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Who pays for the attorney?

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Brent Harsh Law works with his clients to ensure final numbers are fair and does not get paid until the end. The standard contingency fee is 33% on all settlements prior to filing a law suit and 40% after a suit is filed.