Car Accident


Nevada roadways are becoming as congested as California roadways. New arterials like the 215 Beltway become insufficient as quickly as they are constructed. Our roadways appear to be constantly under expansive construction.  Forbes magazine ranked Las Vegas as the fasting growing city in the United States for the 2000/2010 decade and has routinely ranked it in the top 10 fastest growing cities since 2010.  Such growth in the Las Vegas valley undoubtedly leads to traffic congestion which in turn undoubtedly leads to increased auto accidents.  Whenever we enter a vehicle, for whatever purpose (work, running errands, dropping the kids off at schooletc.) there is a risk of being involved in a car accident. Car accidents are disruptive to our lives. If we are lucky, they result in nominal vehicle damage and minor injuries. Unfortunately, for many other Nevada motorists, auto accidents are much worse. Car accidents can change the direction of lives and dreams. In the worst cases, they result in fatalities. Even where lives are spared, a serious car accident often results in lost careers and broken families. It is important for Las Vegas residents to appreciate that personal injury cases have an expiration date. You only have two years from the date of the car accident to file a lawsuit. Even more significant, the quicker injuries are assessed and evidence is collected, the stronger a victim’s case will become. Damages in an car accident case range from property damage to loss of consortium for the victim’s family members. It is therefore imperative to retain one of our Personal Injury Lawyers car accident lawyers as quickly as you can.

Car accident cases require the plaintiff to establish that the other driver’s negligence caused their injuries.  Such proof usually requires expert witnesses. Expert witnesses can be necessary to establish the fault of the other driver (accident reconstructionist), to establish causation between the accident and the injuries (medical expert), to establish that the medical treatment and procedures were necessary and reasonably priced (medical expert), to establish loss of future earning capacity (economist), to establish diminution of quality of life (hedonic damage expert), etc.  It is important that the victim of an auto accident retain an experienced auto accident attorney with established relationships with the various expert witnesses that an auto accident case may involve.

If you have been involved in a motor vehicle accident on the roadways in Nevada, contact our Hayes Wakayama Juan attorneys and we will walk you through the complex process associated with your accident and your claim.  A car accident attorney from Hayes Wakayama Juan will gather all of the documents necessary to prove your case including, but not limited to, accident report(s), eye witness voluntary statements, driver’s statements, medical/treatment records and medical bills. Our car accident lawyers will retain the requisite experts needed to prove all facets of your case. As the victim of a motor vehicle accident, you may be entitled to compensation for your medical expenses, loss wages, loss of future earning capacity, pain and suffering, mental anguish and diminution of quality of life.  If the motor vehicle accident results in death, the family of the deceased may seek to recover wrongful death damages.  No matter the complexity of the case, if you are involved in a motor vehicle accident as either a driver or passenger, contact us immediately. We possess the expertise to handle your case and bring about a fair and just result.

Contact an experienced Nevada car accident lawyer to discuss your case for a FREE and CONFIDENTIAL consultation. Here at Hayes Wakayama Juan we promise that you will meet with a seasoned car accident attorney.  We also accept Henderson car accident cases, Summerlin car accident cases, Green Valley car accident cases, and North Las Vegas car accident cases.