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What is Nevada’s Modified Comparative Negligence Rule?

What is Nevada’s Modified Comparative Negligence Rule?

What is Nevad's Modified Comparative Negligence Rule? Nevada’s Modified Comparative Negligence Rule states that two or more parties can both be the at-fault party in an accident. For example if you made an unsafe lane change, and a car that was speeding rear-ends you...

Matt Dion Named Member of Lawyers of Distinction for 2020

Matt Dion Named Member of Lawyers of Distinction for 2020

The Lawyers of Distinction is pleased to announce that Matt Dion of Reno, has been certified as a member. The Lawyers of Distinction is recognized as the fastest growing community of distinguished lawyers in the United States. Members are accepted based upon objective...

How to Avoid a Truck Accident on our Reno Highways

How to Avoid a Truck Accident on our Reno Highways

How to Avoid a Truck Accident on our Reno Highways Truck accidents can often be some of the most severe that we see as accident attorneys in Reno. A seemingly simple rear end accident or side swipe with a semi truck can be devastating and may result in severe...

FAQ – Nevada Auto Accident Settlements

FAQ – Nevada Auto Accident Settlements

There are a lot of questions surrounding how to calculate the value of your personal injury claim. Contrary to popular belief there is no formula used to calculate auto accident settlements. There is a lot of misinformation about how personal injury settlements are calculated including the myth that a personal injury settlement should be equal to 3x the medical bills. A personal injury settlement is meant to make an injured party “whole”. Following an accident, the negligent party is responsible to compensate you for your out of pocket expenses, medical bills, wage loss and personal property damage, referred to as “special” damages and pain, suffering and inconvenience damages, known as “general” damages. To make it more confusing, the negligent party is only responsible for medical treatment that is necessary to treat injuries caused by the car crash and the medical bills/charges must be reasonable and customary.

How to manage your medical bills after a car accident

How to manage your medical bills after a car accident

When you’ve been hurt in a car accident the last thing you need is to worry about how to manage your medical bills. The medical bills will inevitably start to role in and can quickly become overwhelming. No-fault laws do not exist in Nevada Nevada does not have any...

Personal Injury Settlement vs. Lawsuit

Personal Injury Settlement vs. Lawsuit

When you are injured in a car accident or as a result of someone else’s negligence, it is your legal right to seek compensation for your injuries, medical expenses, and lost wages. Most personal injury claims will involve an insurance company, whether it is the...

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