Were You Injured By Someone Else's Carelessness?

If you were seriously injured because of someone else's negligence or wrongdoing, it's not fair that you should have to also bear the burden of medical bills, time of work and other expenses. Let the negligent party take responsibility for your losses.

At the Law Firm of Laub & Laub, we are here to help you pursue the full and fair compensation you deserve. Our family is ready and willing to stand up for yours — just like we've been doing for other clients since 1965.

From our offices in Reno, Nevada, and South Lake Tahoe, California, we handle injury cases related to:

  • Car crashes
  • Trucking accidents
  • Motorcycle collisions
  • Pedestrian accidents
  • Bicycle collisions
  • Serious injuries
  • Wrongful death

During the free initial consultation, you will meet directly with either attorney Joe Laub or attorney Nick Palmer. They can even arrange to meet you at your house or at the hospital, if needed. Call 775-333-5282.

Frequently Asked Questions About Personal Injury Cases

Following are a few of the questions we hear most from injured clients and their families:

If I have only minor injuries, do I really need to go to the doctor?

Yes, it's important to see a medical professional after your accident, even if you don't think you need much medical care. What you believe to be a minor case of whiplash that will resolve itself in a few days may turn out to be a serious spine injury, for instance. It's common for it to take several weeks for the full extent of your injuries to reveal themselves. In the meantime, get medical treatment and keep track of those medical records. They may play a critical role in your personal injury case.

I wasn't at fault in the car accident, so why shouldn't I explain what happened to the insurance adjusters?

While you should report the accident to your own insurance company, it's never a good idea to talk with the other driver's insurance company. Their one and only goal is to find a way to deny your claim — or at least greatly reduce the amount you deserve. Remember, insurance companies are for-profit businesses. They want to pay as little as possible.

How much does it cost to hire a personal injury lawyer?

Our lawyers work on a contingency fee basis, which means they only get paid if they successfully recover compensation for you. Essentially, they're stacking their own paychecks on the ability to obtain a verdict or settlement on your behalf. Why not take advantage of this arrangement? You have nothing to lose.

For a free consultation, call the Law Firm of Laub & Laub at 775-333-5282 (Reno) or 530-577-5282 (South Lake Tahoe). You can also reach us online.