Your Pahrump Attorney
Robin offers a one stop shop for all your legal needs including personal injury, estate planning, probate matters, business law, and medicaid appeals. If she can’t help you- she can refer you to someone who can. If you have a legal issue, give Robin a call today and speak directly to an attorney about your problem.
A Pahrump Personal Injury Lawyer Who Gets Results
Not all lawyers can produce the same results. If you’ve been injured in a serious accident, a Pahrump personal injury lawyer can help. We’ll work to get you compensated while you focus on recovering from your injuries. There aren’t many experiences that will impact your day-to-day life the way an accident can. Robin is an experienced Pahrump personal injury lawyer who can review your case and walk you through the entire process form start to finish.
You need to focus on your health and your recovery; you can let us deal with the insurance company and getting you paid for the accident you aren’t responsible for.
Personal Injury and Car Accidents- What do I do After an Accident?
You must have a police report filed for two reasons. Nevada like most states require by law that a police report be filed after an accident. Most people are not aware, but any good Pahrump personal injury lawyer will tell you that an accident report is required by law when one of the following occurs: property damage over a certain value, personal injury, or death. It’s also the best way to document the facts and circumstances of your car crash. Both are vitally important for your property damage and personal injury claim.
By reporting the crash to the police, who fills out a police report, the facts surrounding the incident are recorded, made official, and can be provided to support any claim in the future. Many don’t feel an accident report is necessary because they don’t think they are injured, however if you wake up the next morning and hurt, you have protected yourself by making the crash an official government record.
Additionally, as your Pahrump personal injury lawyer, we recommend that you promptly notify your insurance company. However, do not give a recorded statement at this point. It is best to consult a Pahrump car accident lawyer prior to any recorded communication with your insurance company or the at-fault driver’s insurance company. Once you have retained us as your Pahrump car accident attorney, you can give a recorded statement to your own insurance company and potentially the at-fault driver’s insurance carrier.
Hiring an Aggressive Personal Injury Attorney in Pahrump, NV
An aggressive Pahrump injury lawyer that has a reputation for settling cases for the highest values and more importantly a reputation among insurance adjusters can be very helpful when it comes to handling your personal injury case. One of the most difficult aspects of filing a personal injury claim in Pahrump is dealing with insurance companies. Ideally you would file your claim, gather evidence of your serious injury, and receive a check the next day. However, it doesn’t work that way.
Insurance companies are actually working against you and your personal injury case. Often times they will challenge your evidence and dispute your claim, and many times they will deny the claim all together. If you attempt to fight the insurance company bullies on your own then you don’t stand much of a chance. But having an aggressive Pahrump, NV personal injury attorney can help you receive what you’re owed. Don’t get intimidated by the insurance companies when you can get a Pahrump personal injury lawyer to fight for you.
Is it necessary to speak to an attorney?
Personal injury claims are often long and complicated and insurance carriers use an army of adjusters and defense attorneys to protect their investors and interests from prospective plaintiff claims. If you are involved in an accident as a result of the negligence of another person, then that person’s insurance company will be represented by a lawyer. It makes sense to have an attorney to help level the playing field. The insurance company has several professionals working for them, you should have someone on your side too.
How long will it take to resolve my personal injury case?
Your case may go through several different phases before it is resolved. Our goal is to handle your case in the most time efficient way possible. We will move your case through the negotiation process as quickly as possible. We will fight to reach a settlement that is in the best overall interest of our clients.
More Than Just a Free Consultation
Many lawyers offer “free consultations.” Sometimes, these are held by paralegals or other non-lawyer staff and referred to in the office as “intake meetings.” If that sounds cold and sterile, that’s because it is. And often, these appointments result in an expensive set of documents that will collect dust on your shelf, doing little to address your real and unique planning concerns, or result in a court proceeding that you are not comfortable with. We do things differently so that we can work with a limited number of families each month and give them the attention and time they deserve.
Rather than hurry you through an initial meeting, we set aside one hour for you to meet directly with one of our attorneys so we can get to know you and learn about what is important to you family. We answer questions and discuss a plan that is tailored to you- one that you understand and benefit from immediately.
The welcome package for estate planning clients.
This is the start of an important relationship, and we treat it like one. When you schedule your session, we provide a welcome package to prepare you to get the most from your Planning Session. Whether or not you retain us, you’ll find this packet full of helpful information to organize your affairs so you can make the best decisions for your family.
Many seniors prepared estate plans more than a decade ago, when they still had minor children at home, or before they had given real thought to their future health needs. Many do not realize that their existing estate plans (including having no plan at all) make them vulnerable to the exorbitant cost of nursing home care in the future. Medicare only covers 30 days of care, and the alternatives are private pay (at many thousands of dollars per month and rising) or Medicaid, which requires that the sick spouse have less than $2,000 in assets after a limited amount is allocated to the healthy spouse.
With modern estate planning techniques, you don’t have to spend all of your life savings on long term care in the future. Instead, you can maximize the likelihood of protecting your assets from devastating nursing home costs. Timing is critical because it can take as long as five years to get full protection.
Call today to schedule a Senior Planning Session
Family Estate Planning
Your family is your most precious asset, and protecting it requires more than answering, “Who will raise my kids if the unthinkable happens?”
Instead, your plan should ensure that your children do not end up in state custody while family is located, that they are taken care of in case of divorce, and that your values and history are passed on to them.
Your children are too important to trust to a one-size fits all document that so many estate plans provide- even at expensive law firms.
Instead, learn why we are different, and then book your Planning Session for Young Families today.
Qualifying for Medicaid is more than showing a medical need and income and assets below a certain amount. Let us advocate for you and your quality of life by assisting you in the Medicaid application process. We can help you keep your assets while accessing long term care through Nevada Medicaid.
Pahrump Probate Attorneys
Free consultations for executors. We offer many low cost and flat fee options, and you always work with an attorney, not a paralegal like at most local firms.
Families trust us to work through a difficult time when the last thing they want to think about is paperwork and court filings. We help executors through the court maze, sometimes settling estates in as little as ten days, so that you have one less thing to worry about.
If you have questions about estate taxes, what happens to a house in probate and how to transfer title, we can help.
Special Needs and Vulnerable Loved Ones. (Guardianship).
When the unthinkable happens, family members become caregivers and have important decisions to make about their loved one’s health and finances. Sometimes, that means a court will be involved. You don’t have to go through the complex and ongoing Adult Guardianship process alone.
If you are facing a big hospital bill or other charges that Medicare is refusing to pay, we can help you through the appeals process. Often, a billing mistake, failure to complete paperwork, or coordination of multiple insurance policies is the culprit. We help stop the collection process while we appeal to Medicare. Let us handle the frustrating process for you.