Discovery Process in a Personal Injury Lawsuit

November 6th, 2010 by Farhan Naqvi in Nevada Personal Injury Information

The most important thing to remember about the discovery process is to be honest. Your attorney can’t advocate for you effectively if he or she does not know all the facts. And being dishonest or untruthful in the answers to the interrogatories or during a deposition can cast doubts upon your credibility if the case goes to trial.

Formulating a Discovery Plan for Your Personal Injury Lawsuit

October 9th, 2010 by Farhan Naqvi in Nevada Personal Injury Information

There are two basic parts of a discovery plan: an informal investigation and formal discovery.

Questions to Ask Prospective Personal Injury Lawyers

September 30th, 2010 by Farhan Naqvi in Nevada Personal Injury Information

Attorneys will often promote their “years of experience” in practicing law. But you should find out how long they have been working with personal injury cases specifically. Because if a lawyer is well-versed in wills, tax laws, securities law, or sexual discrimination, none of that experience will help win your personal injury case.

Las Vegas Negligence Laws for Personal Injury Lawsuits

August 24th, 2010 by Farhan Naqvi in Personal Injury

The state of Nevada has fashioned its negligence laws to accommodate these types of situations. It’s called “comparative negligence.”

What Are Legal Duties of Care and Why Are They So Important For Your Personal Injury Case?

June 2nd, 2010 by Farhan Naqvi in Personal Injury

Negligent drivers aren’t the only ones who have a duty of care. Car manufacturers also owe a duty of care to those who will be using their cars, trucks, SUVs, and motorcycles on public roads. This duty of care extends to the person who purchases the vehicle and to anyone inside the vehicle when a serious accident occurs. But this legal duty of care also extends to anyone else who suffers a serious injury as a result of someone driving a defective vehicle.

Personal Injury Claim Can Be Ruined by “Little White Lies”

May 28th, 2010 by Farhan Naqvi in Personal Injury

Being upfront and completely honest with your lawyer will not only help prevent your case from getting torpedoed in court, but it can actually strengthen it. How? Well, the more information you provide to your lawyer, the more avenues are available for your lawyer to build your case and ensure there are no holes available to defense lawyers during settlement negotiations or at trial.

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