The stress and physical pain of an accident can be overwhelming for you and your family. Whether you were hit by a car, slipped and fell, or were bitten by a dog, a personal injury is difficult to manage alone. At Dempsey, Roberts & Smith, we have a team of experienced personal injury attorneys and paralegals to support you during this difficult time.
Accident victims often wonder how long it will take for their personal injury case to settle. There are many factors to consider.
Average Timeframe for Personal Injury Cases
A personal injury case can take a few months to a few years to settle. Our attorneys work hard to expedite the process and maximize your recovery. Cooperation from the other party’s insurance company can also affect the speed with which a settlement is reached. Many insurance companies use delay tactics and refuse to pay claims. It is our goal to get you the fair compensation you deserve by moving the process forward and negotiating on your behalf.
Why You Shouldn’t Settle Too Quickly
To cover your injuries, lost wages, pain and suffering, and future medical costs, our legal team prioritizes getting you the maximum settlement possible. This can take more time than accepting a quick settlement. Depending on your circumstances, we can adjust our strategy to meet your needs if a faster result is more important to you than a maximum settlement.
We’re Here to Help You if You’ve Been Injured
Our personal injury lawyers understand the complicated legalities surrounding personal injury cases in Nevada and will ensure that your legal and procedural rights are protected. We do our due diligence and look at your insurance policies and personal assets to deliver the best outcome.
Contact Us Today for a Free Consultation
At Dempsey, Roberts & Smith, our Henderson personal injury lawyers are experienced in advocating on behalf of those injured as a result of another party’s negligence. We aim to minimize the difficulty you face in your personal injury claim. Contact an experienced personal injury lawyer today at (702) 388-1216 for your free initial consultation. We will advocate on your behalf.