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Personal Injury & Accident Attorneys Serving Henderson and Las Vegas

At Marshall Injury Law in Henderson and Las Vegas, we believe good representation starts with establishing a relationship of trust with you, the client. That trust is built upon listening, counseling and communicating. Our goal is to earn your trust and then fight for you to receive the best possible settlement. Contact us today and find out why “A Good Settlement Is No Accident”.

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Why Marshall Injury Law?

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  • “A Good Settlement
    Is No Accident.”

    Eric L. Marshall Esq.

    • Experienced Injury & Accident Attorney
    • Serving Las Vegas & Henderson for over 15 Years
    • Best of Henderson
    • Million Dollar Advocate
    • Top Trial Lawyers of America
    • We speak Spanish & Portuguese

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  • What is My Case Worth?

    Our expert team of personal injury lawyers and paralegals in Henderson and Las Vegas go through every aspect of your specific case in detail to assess the validity.

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    Critical factors can include:

    • The type and severity of injury and the extent of treatment needed
    • The degree of responsibility of each party involved
    • The potential economic loss the victim faces, which may depend on work history, salary history and their ability to return to work
    • Possible future medical care requirements

    Additionally, evidence of preexisting medical conditions could affect the value of the case, as well as the amount of available insurance.

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Most Frequently Asked Questions

The team at Marshall Injury Law is happy to answer any questions you may have.

What does "Full Coverage" really mean?

I find the vast majority of my clients do not have a full understanding of what Full Coverage" means. Many assume that "full" means "all" available coverages. It typically does not. "Full Coverage" has become a term of art and most often simply means that you have the minimum automobile coverage mandated by your State (i.e. you are "fully" covered to legally drive within your State). In Nevada, you are required to carry $25,000.00 per person and $50,000.00 per incident to drive on Nevada roads. This is often referred to a "Liability Only" (where your insurance will cover damages to the other vehicle but not your own). In actuality "Full Coverage" includes medical payment coverage, underinsured motorist coverage and uninsured motorist coverage (you can also add small upgrades to your policy as available by your insurance company). If you have questions about how to better protect you and your loved ones with true "Full Coverage", contact me for a free consultation.

What are the benefits of hiring a lawyer after an accident?

Simply put, you don't know what you don't know. In the hours and days following an accident there is a great deal of information to process: who do I call? Do I need the police? How do I get my car fixed? Who is going to pay for my car? How do I get them to pay for my car? How do I get a rental? Am I injured? Should I see a doctor? Who will pay for the doctor? What if I miss work? What happens to my insurance? Should I use my insurance? Insurance companies have trained professionals, experts, doctors and lawyers standing at their side the moment you call following an accident. You need to have someone on your side that is protecting your interests, answering your questions, taking the weight off your shoulders and helping you get back onto the road to recovery. That is our promise to you as our client at Marshall Injury Law.

Do I have to have a police officer come to the scene of an accident?

Nevada law requires those involved in an automobile accident to notify the police if it involves injury or death. Good practice is to always call the police and have them investigate the accident. They are trained to investigate accidents and you will receive a report containing all the necessary information pertaining to the accident. In the event the parties agree to "exchange information", make sure you get a copy of the adverse driver's license, insurance card (verify that is not expired), registration and a picture of the license plate of the other vehicle. This would remain true for each vehicle and driver that was involved in the accident. It is also good to take pictures of the location of the vehicles following the accident, while still at the scene, if it is safe to do so. This will provide the best documentation of the scene immediately following an accident. We at Marshall Injury Law are on standby when you need us the most. Call us and we can help.

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