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Nevada Personal Injury Lawyers Representing Accident Victims in Reno

Known as “The Biggest Little City in the World”, Reno, Nevada, is one of the most populated cities in Nevada following Las Vegas, North Las Vegas and Henderson. Situated in the northwestern portion of Nevada, Reno is home to the Caesars Entertainment Corporation and numerous casinos. It offers a wide selection of tourist attractions such as the Mark Twain Museum, Comstock Wild Horse and Mining Museum, National Automobile Museum, and Liberty Engine Company No.1.

Reno is located in Washoe County, occupying a land area of 103 square miles and with an estimated population of 225,221. It has a semi-arid climate that is characterized by hot and dry summers and cold winters, and is blessed with approximately 300 sunshine days each year.

Reno is home to many corporate headquarters including PC-Doctor, EE Technologies, Braeburn Capital and Hamilton. Its greatest strength comes from the arts, entertainment and recreation industries, supported by world class accommodation and food services and construction companies.

Residents of Reno are employed as media and communication equipment workers, information and record clerks, and other protective service workers. They work in different types of buildings from single level to high-rise, and all must comply with fire regulations to ensure a duty of care to both staff and visitors.

Fire disasters in Reno

In 1957, natural gas leaks caused explosions that led to devastating fires. The incident destroyed buildings, injured 49 people, and killed two. While this particular gas leak explosion may have been isolated, Reno has a high incident of fires reported every year.

Fire accidents can happen due to several factors. Depending on the circumstances, victims or their families may be entitled to compensation for damage to their property and their injuries.

Determining the cause of your fire accident is important. Was there negligence on the part of the owner of the premises? Did a defective part or equipment trigger the fire? Your Reno fire accident attorney can help you sort the legal issues of your accident.

Representing residents in Reno

In Reno, Nevada, and the greater metropolitan Las Vegas area, our attorneys at Bertoldo, Baker, Carter and Smith have the skills and experience in fire accidents, helping clients recover from their injuries through maximum settlements that they deserve.

We also handle other personal injury cases such as auto and bus accidents, premises liability, medical malpractice, and defective products cases. We welcome your call today to schedule a free consultation at 702-228-2600.

Directions to our Las Vegas Personal Injury Attorney from Reno, NV

These directions are from Google Maps starting from:

Reno, NV 89501

Distance: 445 mi

Time: 6 h 51 min

  1. Head east on W 1st St toward N Virginia St
  2. Turn left onto N Virginia St
  3. Turn right onto E 4th St
  4. Take the 1st left onto N Center St
  5. Turn right to merge onto I-80 E
  6. Merge onto I-80 E
  7. Take exit 48 toward E Fernley
  8. Merge onto I-80BUS W/US-95 ALT
  9. At the traffic circle, take the 3rd exit onto US-50 ALT E/E Main St
  10. Continue straight to stay on US-50 ALT E
  11. Continue onto US-50 E
  12. Turn right onto McLean Rd
  13. Turn left onto NV-117 S
  14. Turn right onto US-95 S
  15. Turn left onto NV-362 S/US-95 Truck
  16. Turn left onto US-95 S
  17. Turn left to stay on US-95 S
  18. Take exit 81 for Rainbow Blvd
  19. Follow signs for Rainbow Boulevard S and merge onto N Rainbow Blvd
  20. Merge onto N Rainbow Blvd
  21. Turn right onto W Sahara Ave
  22. Destination will be on the right

Call Us:
702-228-2600

We are located at:
7408 W Sahara Ave
Las Vegas, Nevada 89117

 

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