Personal Injury Law Firm in Las Vegas
The Law Office of Attorney Adam S. Kutner and Associates has been providing trusted representation to injured victims in Henderson, Summerlin or anywhere in the Las Vegas valley for more than 28 years. Mr. Kutner practices primarily in the area of personal injury cases with an emphasis in auto accidents, pedestrian accidents, dog bites, slip and fall, wrongful death and bad faith insurance claims.
Using his legal expertise and experience as a former insurance defense attorney, Mr. Kutner will ensure that you get the maximum settlement for your injury as quickly as possible. He will also help you get any additional compensation you may need as you recover, including getting you to the right doctor and helping you get your car repaired or replaced.
Why Should We Handle Your Personal Injury Case?
We Have the Experience
With over 28 years practicing personal injury law in the Las Vegas area, Adam S. Kutner & Associates have direct experience navigating the Nevada court system helping win settlements quickly so you can get back to your life.
No Fees Unless We Win
This way you can focus more on your case and possible injuries without worrying about paying a retainer upfront. At Adam S. Kutner & Associates, our personal injury lawyers are deeply committed to making sure every client gets the comprehensive legal representation they deserve.
Your Personal Injury Case Is Our Priority
Our personal injury attorneys work diligently to build strong claims for compensation, including medical bills, lost wages, property damage, and pain and suffering.
Our Team Is the Best in the Las Vegas Valley
As proud members of this community, we know that our clients are our neighbors, and when they require legal representation, we make it our mission to ensure they are represented with care as though they are our family.
Stages in a Personal Injury Case
When you first meet with a personal injury attorney at Adam S. Kutner & Associates, he or she will ask you pointed questions about the incident that’s motivating you to file a personal injury claim. He or she will ask for the names of witnesses as well as for access to relevant police and medical reports. In most cases, a factual inquiry will need to take place before you receive a settlement offer or file a lawsuit.
If you decide to go forward with a lawsuit, you will have to file a number of legal documents with the court on a highly structured timeline. Once a summons is served on a defendant, he or she will also file legal documents that serve as a response to your complaint. There will also be a discovery phase in which both sides disclose all facts and documents that may be relevant to the deposition of the case. Here are some things to consider before going to your deposition.
Far more personal injury claims are resolved through settlements than through court trials, and a settlement offer may be made and accepted at any point during a court trial. Settlements typically stipulate that in exchange for compensation, a plaintiff will agree to waive any future legal action related to the personal injury incident. PIP coverage and med pay can also have an impact on your settlement. Don’t confuse the two together, there are similarities and differences between PIP and med pay. There are a lot of factors to consider when it comes to determining settlement payments. If a personal injury lawsuit proceeds to trial in Nevada, all 12 members of the jury must reach a unanimous decision. The party that loses the court case also has the right to appeal that decision if they believe that an error in the application of the law contributed to the trial court’s decision.
Reach Out Immediately
If you’ve been harmed by the careless actions of a third party, it’s important to speak with an experienced personal injury attorney as soon as possible. Every state has its own statute of limitations; if you try to file a personal injury suit after that statute of limitations has expired, chances are the court will refuse to hear your case.
Even in instances when an insurance company is prepared to offer you compensation for the injuries or property damage you sustained in a motor vehicle accident, it’s often worthwhile to consult with an attorney. Insurance adjusters are beholden to the companies they work for after all, and their primary concerns will be to save those companies money. Studies from the Consumer Panel Survey of Auto Accident Victims and other research organizations suggest that attorney representation increases settlement amounts substantially even when cases don’t go to court.
Contact Our Law Office First!
Adam Kutner is a Top 100 Trial Lawyer with Experience and Expertise that Will Benefit You
Call us today at (702) 382-0000 anytime to schedule a free consultation. We will work to get you the maximum settlement as quickly as possible.
Adam S. Kutner, Esq.
Meesha Araich, Esq.
Bradley J. Myers, Esq.
Most Common Types of Personal Injury Claims
Auto accidents happen every day, this is why they are the most common type of personal injury case. For the most part, auto accidents happen because someone is being careless and breaking the rules of the road. While many motor vehicle accidents involve carelessness on the part of a driver or other pedestrians, others involve vehicle malfunctions, which may reflect negligence on the part of the motor vehicle manufacturer or the manufacturer of components used in a motor vehicle.
Slip and fall accidents happen all the time. A customer slips on a wet floor and injures herself. A neighbor falls down from defective stairs at your house. These types of incidents occur often which is why slip and fall claims are very popular. The majority of these accidents are due to property owners not maintaining the public area. It is the property owners responsibility to keep public areas safe to prevent serious injuries. If you were involved in a slip and fall accident, the injured person needs to prove that the accident was caused by the property owner’s negligence.
Doctors and other healthcare professionals aren’t perfect by any means. Mistakes happen often in the medical industry. Medical malpractice claims occur when a doctor or healthcare professional fails to give competent care and as a result, the patient is injured. If you were involved in medical malpractice, you must be able to prove that the healthcare professional violated guidelines of treatment and that you were harmed as a result. Medical malpractice is another common and very complex type of personal injury case.
Dog bites are very common and are becoming more of a serious issue for people. Dog bite claims continue to rise every year along with the costs. For the most part, dog owners are financially responsible for bites and other injuries that their dog causes. The laws on owner responsibility will vary depending on the state you live in. Some states go by the “one bite” rule and others go by “strict liability”.
More Personal Injury Resources and Information
- Exploring Nevada Bad Faith Insurance Laws
- Weighing the Value of Your Injury Claim vs. Available Insurance
- Dealing with Insurance Companies in Personal Injury
- First-Party vs. Third-Party Personal Injury Insurance Claims
- Negotiating With Your Own Insurer After a Personal Injury
- Releasing Medical Records in Personal Injury
- How Pre-Existing Conditions Affect Your Personal Injury Claim
- 10 Questions to Ask Your Doctor After Personal Injury
- Independent Medical Examinations in a Personal Injury Claim
- Mediation and Your Personal Injury Claim
- Can I Appeal My Personal Injury Judgment?
- Benefits of Settling Your Personal Injury Claim Out of Court
- What to Do When Personal Injury Talks Are Stalled
- Personal Injury Cases with Corresponding Criminal Cases
- Structured vs. Lump Sum Personal Injury Settlements
- The Other Side Sent Me a Discovery Request! What Do I Do?
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- Types of Damages in a Personal Injury Accident
- Understanding Lost Wages in a Personal Injury Case
- Deciding on a Multiplier in Your Personal Injury Case
- Understanding Pain & Suffering in Personal Injury
- Factors that Affect the Value of Your Personal Injury Settlement
- Lost Earning Capacity in a Nevada Personal Injury Case
- Punitive Damages in a Nevada Personal Injury Case
- 10 Tips for Maximizing Compensation in Your Personal Injury Case
- What to Do With Your Personal Injury Settlement
- Nevada Personal Injury Damage Caps
- How Negligence Works in Personal Injury
- Who is Liable in a Personal Injury Case?
- Understanding the Difference Between Personal Injury & Bodily Injury
- Exploring Nevada’s Collateral Source Rule
- An Overview of Nevada Premises Liability in Personal Injury
- Comparing Intentional Torts and Negligence in Personal Injury
- What to Know About the Assumption of Risk in Personal Injury
- What is The Burden of Proof in a Personal Injury Case?
- Joint & Several Liability in Nevada Personal Injury
- What is the Empty Chair Defense in a Personal Injury Lawsuit?
- What You Need to Know About Strict Liability
- Nevada’s Defamation Laws & Your Personal Injury Claim
- What is Product Liability in Nevada?
- Can You Sue a City for Personal Injury?
- Can You Sue the Federal Government for Personal Injury?
- Can an Arbitration Clause Affect My Personal Injury Claim?
- Common Types of Motions in a Personal Injury Case
- Nevada’s Good Samaritan Laws & Personal Injury
- Nevada’s Modified Comparative Negligence Rule
- What Is the Attractive Nuisance Doctrine?
- What Do I Need to Know About the Nevada Rules of Evidence in My Accident Case?
- Personal Injury Case Types
- Personal Injury Claim Checklist
- Negotiating Process in Personal Injury
- Defending Against a Personal Injury Lawsuit
- How Long Do I have to File an Injury Claim in Nevada
- Tax Liabilities of a Personal Injury Settlement
- Key Terms in a Personal Injury Case
- Personal Injury Involving Truck Tire Blowouts
- 7 Reasons Why You Lost Your Personal Injury Case
- Your Guide to Liens Against Your Personal Injury Settlement
- Tips for Dealing with Witnesses in a Personal Injury Case
- 7 Tips for Preserving Evidence in Your Personal Injury Case
- How Social Media Can Impact Your Personal Injury Case
- 23 Frequently Asked Questions in Personal Injury Cases
- 10 Tips For Making the Most of Alternative Dispute Resolution
- What Documents Do You Need for Your Personal Injury Claim?
- How to Make A Legal Demand Letter for Your Injury Case
- Why a Witness Affidavit May Not be Enough in Your Personal Injury Case
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- How to Appear in Court for Your Injury Case
- How to Question a Witness in Your Injury Case
- Swimming Pool Accidents & Personal Injury
- What to Do if You’re Injured on Vacation in Las Vegas
- Liability After Personal Injury at Las Vegas Casinos
- How Wearable Smart Devices Can Help Your Injury Claim
- Avoiding Injury Accidents During the Holidays
Adam Kutner Reviews & Testimonials
“I needed an attorney because I couldn’t deal with the accident on my own, so I needed someone else’s opinion about my accident.
Well I heard about Adam Kutner through an associate of mine and I chose to seek him because I heard of him before also, so I thought he would be the best option for me.
I was very happy with my settlement and it came quicker than I thought, in just a couple months I received a check in the mail.
When I recommend Adam Kutner I would tell them that the settlement comes very quickly, and he is very helpful with transportation and whatever else you may need.” – Deborah Banks. 5/5 Stars