The Las Vegas personal injury attorneys of D.R. Patti & Associates are no strangers to insurance companies acting in bad faith. With over 26 years of experience in Las Vegas personal injury cases and litigation, D.R. Patti & Associates knows what to look for and how to hold insurance companies responsible. An insurance company is considered to be acting in bad faith if it denies or mishandles an insurance claim in such a way that it is considered unreasonable.
If you get involved in a severe car accident, your insurance company may declare your car a total loss or, in other words, “totaled.” Under Nevada law, if the cost of the repair a car damaged in a car accident is at least 65% of the car’s fair market value before it was damaged, the insurance company can declare the car a total loss.
A hit-and-run crash can leave injured victims with medical bills piling up and unable to earn income to pay those bills. Some people think they may have no options if they were injured in a hit and run car accident. That is not necessarily so. In our combined 50+ years of experience as car accident attorneys in Las Vegas, we have successfully recovered compensation for those who initially thought they had no options. We recently recovered six figures for one of our clients injured in a hit and run accident in Las Vegas.
Don’t bet your life that other drivers will have car insurance to compensate you if you are injured in a car accident in Las Vegas. Uninsured and Underinsured Motorist (UM/UIM) Insurance is what you need to protect yourself in the event you are injured in a car accident. Learn more about UM and UIM insurance from trusted Las Vegas car accident attorneys.