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Burk Injury Lawyers
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Personal Injury Attorney Servicing Nevada, Arizona, California, and Hawaii

Christopher Burk focuses his practice on personal injury, particularly auto accidents, premises liability, slip, trip and falls, and nursing home negligence; representing people throughout Arizona, Nevada, California, and Hawaii. In any personal injury matter, it is important to conduct a full investigation and collect as much evidence as possible. Our auto accident attorney takes the time to interview witnesses, obtain existing police reports, visit the scene where the injury took place, and take photographs. Once he has all the facts, he uses this information to fight for the little guy and seek the compensation that is allowed under the law.

Remember: if you have been hurt by a jerk, better call Burk.

Call: 702-620-2020

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Las Vegas Personal Injury Lawyer Christopher Burk

It is not uncommon for an injured victim to feel intimidated by the other party, especially if that party is an insurance company or a large corporation. Our elder care attorney levels the playing field, helping you understand what your options are, answering your questions, and ensuring that your rights are protected throughout the legal process.

If an appropriate settlement cannot be reached with the other party, we will not hesitate to take your case into the courtroom and present the facts of the matter to the judge or jury.

Call: 702-620-2020

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Frequently Asked Questions Personal Injury Claims in Las Vegas & Nevada

Car accident victims in Arizona can only sue Uber or Lyft directly in rare cases. If the company was negligent in its hiring practices or knowingly allowed a habitually reckless driver to continue providing rideshare services, for example, Uber or Lyft may be able to be held liable for damages.

Victims who were injured in Kingman car accidents have just two years from the date of the crash to file a personal injury lawsuit. If you file a lawsuit after the time limit expires, you may not be able to recover compensation for your losses.

Car accident lawyers in Arizona recommend that injured victims avoid most communication with insurance companies until they get legal advice from an attorney. This is because these companies will often try to use your statements against you to minimize or deny your accident injury claim. If you hire a personal injury lawyer to handle your claim, he or she will deal with the insurance company on your behalf.