Seeking Justice in Personal Injury Cases
If you have been injured due to another person's negligence and planning to file a lawsuit, you need to speak with a personal injury attorney Parish Heshmati at Heshmati & Associates. Usually, he can tell you on the phone what to do next in order to get a fair settlement. While nobody can reverse the terrible events of the accident, a good personal injury attorney can get you money to pay for your medical bills (past, present and future) and other damages. Read more about personal injury practice »»»
Fees in Personal Injury Cases
There is no out-of-pocket cost to you. A personal injury attorney at Heshmati & Associates doesn't get paid, unless a favorable verdict or a settlement is achieved. All personal injury work is done on a contingency basis.
Free consultations in person or by phone are available.
If you cannot visit the office because of your injuries, we can schedule a home or hospital visit for you. This home visit is also free of charge. When you call, ask for a personal injury attorney free visit for an injured person.
You Deserve the Best
Personal injury attorney Parish Heshmati has only your best interests at heart. He has helped to hundreds of clients injured in car accidents, truck accidents, accidental shooting or pedestrian accidents to get a fair monetary compensation.
He understands the overwhelming pain and suffering a personal injury accident can bring into your life. This is why he spares no effort at aggressively defending your case to the fullest extent of the law.
Not So Fine Print
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Nothing on this site should be taken as legal advice.
You should consult an attorney for advice regarding your own individual situation.
We invite you to contact us at 702-432-1000 and we welcome your electronic mail.
Heshmati & Associates represent clients in Las Vegas, Henderson, North Las Vegas, Summerlin South, Boulder City, Clark County and throughout the surrounding areas of Nevada.
Last updated on Jan 2, 2017.