Do I Have A Personal Injury Case?

Have you been in an accident and aren’t sure where to turn? Give us a call at 702-870-1100 today. 


If there was an accident, you may be wondering if you have grounds for a personal injury case. Given the complexity of these lawsuits, it can be very difficult for the average person to know how to handle the process and what steps to take. 


The best thing to do once everyone is out of harm’s way is to consult an attorney who will have the expertise to gather necessary information and evidence for a potential lawsuit.


Our firm has handled thousands of cases and while no two are exactly alike, there are always important factors to consider before a lawsuit can be filed. Again, it’s not wise to attempt this alone and those who enlist the help of an attorney typically recover three times the compensation as those who don’t. 



The Main Questions We Ask: 

  1. Is there proof that someone is liable? Can it be proven that someone directly caused an accident due to negligence or wrongful conduct? 
  2. What is the extent of the economic and non-economic damages? 
  3. Is there an insurance company from whom we can recover the monetary amount of damages? 


The first thing we will do is conduct a thorough interview and request copies of all medical bills, check stubs or documents that can prove financial loss due to the accident. Make sure to keep all these documents organized and ready for review. Don’t throw anything away, even if you aren’t sure if it’s important. 


Remember, just because you had an accident does not mean there is a viable case. The sooner you contact an attorney and the more documentation you can provide, the better your chances of winning your case. 


At Massi and Massi Attorneys at Law, we pride ourselves on the commitment to our clients and fight for the best case scenario. If you or a loved one have suffered mild or serious injuries, give us a call today at 702-870-1100. We’ll listen to your story and help you understand your legal options, all at no financial risk to you.