Accident and Injury Law

Accident and Injury Law: How Can an Attorney Use the Law to Help You?

An automobile accident falls under the category of tort law. A tort is a civil wrong, other than a breach of contract, that the law provides a remedy in the nature of damages.

Why do we have tort law?  Why is it so important?  Civil tort law exists because as a society, we do not want to encourage vengeance. We want you, the injured party, to use the judicial process and not take matters into your own hands. Nevada tort law promotes socially responsible behavior, and at the same time, it deters vengeful-like conduct that a modern-day society would find reprehensible.

We at The Justice Law Center know that you are hurting physically, mentally, emotionally, and maybe even financially because of the negligence of another driver. You hire us to recover money for personal injury to get you back to where you were before the accident. If you’ve been seriously injured, you’re never going to be made “whole”, but we will use the law to get you compensated for your loss as the injured party as much as possible.

If a loved one has died, or you have lost a limb, there is no way any amount of monetary compensation will make you whole.  As your injury lawyers, we will use corrective justice to get the insurance company to pay you the damages you are entitled to. Injury is the harm and money is the compensation.

We help injured people get more compensation for their injuries. Call us today for a free consultation regarding your injury rights at 702.731.0000.

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About Attorney Bret Whipple

Bret Whipple is one of only four Board Certified Criminal Trial Specialists in the entire State of Nevada. He has extensive experience in every Nevada county, including the Nevada Supreme Court. Bret is also licensed to practice in Arizona. When you choose a national board certified trial attorney, you know that your Nevada Lawyer is the best in the business.