What are your fees?
At Behzadi Law, I offer free initial consultations. I work on a contingency basis, which means you will not owe anything unless and until you are compensated for your injuries. Please contact Behzadi Law to discuss any aspect of your case.
What do you do if you have an accident in Las Vegas, Nevada?
In Nevada, one generally has to prove fault by another party in order to recover for a personal injury (physical injury and other harm) suffered, whether in a car accident, slip-and-fall accident or another type of incident. At Behzadi Law, I can prosecute a negligence claim against the responsible person or entity for monetary damages in order to reimburse you for out-of-pocket and past and future medical expenses, as well as pain and suffering. For more information, please see litigation in Nevada.
What do you do if you have a work accident in Las Vegas, Nevada?
I can help you file a claim with your employer under Nevada’s Industrial Insurance Act in order to maximize your rights to treatment and compensation under the law. Each state’s workers’ compensation laws (statutory system of providing benefits for physical harm that arises during employment) are different.
For more information regarding the Nevada workers’ compensation scheme, please see filing the claim.
What compensation are you entitled to when involved in an auto accident in Las Vegas, Nevada?
Your entitlement to compensation for injuries or damages suffered in any accident begins with which jurisdiction (i.e., state) the accident occurred in. Some states operate under “no-fault” laws meaning it does not matter which driver is at fault. Under pure no-fault schemes, you, the insured, are indemnified for losses by your own insurance company, and there is no access to civil courts for monetary redress of harm caused by the at-fault party. Some states have a variation of no-fault and “tort.” Nevada is purely a tort state. That means the injured party must show fault by another party to recover for injuries suffered in a car accident and is entitled to sue for recovery. Additional insurance coverage can provide some compensation regardless of fault depending on your vehicle insurance coverage.
What is product liability?
A manufacturer, distributor or seller’s liability for property damage or injury suffered by a buyer, user or bystander as a result of a defective product. If you have suffered harm as a result of a defective product, At Behzadi Law, I can prosecute a negligence, strict liability or breach of warranty action against the responsible party. For more information, please see Product Liability.