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Why Nevada car accident victims should seek compensation

Multiple Nevada residents are involved in car accidents everyday and these people suffer a range of injuries, some of them serious. If you have been injured in a car accident, your misfortune could warrant compensation for your injuries. In this respect, the experienced team at Bradley, Drendel and Jeanney has experience with helping victims obtain this compensation.

There are many reasons a car accident can occur. Many of them are due to the miscalculations, or negligence, of other drivers. A few things that can and have caused car accidents are distractions such as using cell phones, listening to the radio and putting on makeup. Accidents can happen when drivers are distracted, and these minor distractions can lead to the serious injury of other drivers.

Have you fallen victim to the poor driving decisions of another? There are many reasons this accident may have occurred. Only a full investigation of the evidence and facts surrounding the accident will determine exactly how and why the car accident occurred. The attorneys in our Reno offices handled serious motor vehicle accidents over the course of decades. We know the Nevada court system and the attitudes of the judges and juries in this area, and we have been recognized for providing high quality representation to our clients in car accident cases.

Your injuries are unique to you and the accident that you unfortunately were involved in. Allowing another perspective and opinion into you case can help to clarify or simplify the situation. Do not downplay your injuries.

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