Can I Sue After A Car Accident In Nevada?

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Yes.  Nevada law allows people who are hurt in a car wreck to sue the person who caused it.  All drivers are required to drive responsibly and in accordance with Nevada law.  When someone fails to take reasonable care when driving or is breaking the law he or she is responsible for the damage caused.  At Harris & Harris Lawyers, every day we see clients who have been injured by drivers who caused an accident because they were drunk, speeding, texting while driving, driving aggressively, or simply not paying attention.  If you have been injured in a car accident, and you are looking for an experienced and reliable personal injury lawyer who provides excellent personal service from the beginning of a case through trial and beyond, call Harris & Harris Lawyers and ask us to get started on your case today.

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