Las Vegas (PRWEB) December 31, 2012
Las Vegas attorney William S. Skupa is accepting is now accepting clients who wish to file personal injury lawsuits. William S. Skupa is happy to announce we are now practicing personal injury law. We are now representing clients that have been injured in auto accidents, truck accidents, pedestrian accidents, or injured on the job in Las Vegas.
Personal injury cases, also known as torts, are meant to assist people who have been physically or psychologically injured due to the negligence or reckless action of others. Torts are civil lawsuits, not criminal charges. Personal injury law allows parties who have been injured by such methods as car accidents, medical malpractice, and defective products to recover compensation from the party responsible for their injuries.
Torts are a complex branch of law and it is difficult for someone who represents themselves in court to obtain a favorable settlement, simply because they do not know all the legal loopholes the defendant’s team will attempt to use. A plaintiff has a far better chance of having the court decide in their favor if they use a personal injury attorney to represent them.
A personal injury lawyer will file the necessary litigation on behalf of the plaintiff and represent that plaintiff during pretrial settlement meetings and during the courtroom proceedings.
William S. Skupa and his team of experienced lawyers handle only a small number of personal injury lawsuits at a time so as to give each case the attention it needs to help ensure a successful settlement. William S. Skupa, a former Deputy District Attorney for Clark County, has over 30 years of experience handling defense and legal cases in the Las Vegas area.
Besides personal injury lawsuits, William S. Skupa's Las Vegas law firm also handles defense cases including DUI and traffic offenses and a full range of criminal charges from misdemeanors to felonies.
William S. Skupa and his team of Las Vegas personal injury lawyers offer free initial consultations to people who feel they have a legal case. His office serves the Greater Las Vegas area.