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Car Service Accidents

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Car Accident Lawyers In Nevada

Car services are steadily gaining popularity throughout the United States, including in Nevada. You can rent a car for a certain period of time to take care of errands or trips that would otherwise be inconvenient or impossible through other means of public transportation. As more residents turn to car services for day-to-day tasks, there are inevitably more accidents as well. Just as with a car accident, if you have been involved in an accident involving a car service, you have legal options to recover compensation for the injuries or disrepair you have incurred.

Luckily, we are here to help. At Pursiano Barry Bruce Demetriades Simon LLP, our team of personal injury lawyers is well-versed in all aspects of accident law, including car service accidents. We are here when you need us most — contact us for a free case consultation.

Common Causes Of Car Service Accidents

Whether you need a car for a quick trip or a longer adventure, car service accidents can happen. Many of the factors that cause these accidents are the same as typical car accidents. Some of the most common reasons for these accidents include the following.

  • Speeding
  • Aggressive Driving
  • Distracted Driving
  • Negligence
  • Road Rage
  • Driver Fatigue
  • Disobeying Road Signs
  • Failure To Yield
  • Following Too Closely

What Compensation Can I Receive After A Car Service Accident?

Injuries from a car service accident can range from minor cuts and scrapes to debilitating injuries and paralysis. Beyond physical injuries, victims of an accident might suffer from trauma-related illnesses. After an accident, victims and their families can seek damages for the following. Contact us to learn more about what damages you can receive after an accident.

  • Medical Costs
  • Lost Wages & Benefits
  • Disability
  • Pain & Suffering
  • Severe Emotional Distress

Is There A Time Limit For Taking Legal Action After A Car Service Accident?

In Nevada, car service accident injuries fall under the category of personal injury claims, which have a 2-year statute of limitations to pursue a claim. The statute of limitations for personal injuries begins on the date of the accident. Any attempt to recover personal injury or wrongful death-related damages in Nevada must be filed within the required deadline. This means that once you have been in a car accident, you have two years from the time of the incident to file a claim against the at-fault party.

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How Our Legal Team Can Help

Without help, many car service accident victims end up having their claims dismissed by insurance companies or accept a settlement that’s worth less than they’re owed. At Pursiano Barry Bruce Demetriades Simon LLP, we are dedicated to helping our clients receive their full, rightful compensation. We are here to fight alongside you — our team of experienced car accident attorneys is ready to defend your rights and back up your claim.

Get in touch with us today to begin taking the necessary steps towards earning your proper compensation or to learn more about all the legal services we can offer.

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