Al knows how insurance companies treat accident victims. He first saw it when his brother was disabled in a car accident, and he sees it to this day. Insurance companies are often only interested in making money. They will go to great lengths to avoid paying fair compensation, including blaming victims for what happened. And they have high-powered lawyers working full-time to pay victims as little as possible.
It was this kind of treatment that inspired Al to go to law school and practice law on behalf of injury victims. Al and his team represent people just like you who were injured through no fault of their own, and are only looking for fair compensation.
- Experienced and aggressive representation
- An office staff dedicated to personal service
- An approach to your case that prioritizes your goals
- Access to leading accident scene investigators, medical professionals and other expert witnesses
Our firm works on a contingency fee basis. That means we pay all costs to move your case forward. You don't owe us any fee unless we recover compensation for you.
Learn more about how we can help with your case. Call us at 702-625-8777 to schedule a free consultation. Al can meet you at our office, at your home, in your hospital room or wherever is most convenient for you. He will review the details of your case and go over your options.
Christine Miranda is a litigation paralegal and office manager with Lasso Injury Law, LLC. She has been in the legal profession for over 15 years. Christine specializes in all phases of litigation, from inception through discovery and trial, and has experience in all aspects of the litigation process including document examination and management, drafting of pleadings, fact development, deposition preparation and trial preparation, gathering and analyzing medical and wage loss evidence, instructing experts/investigators, and communicating with clients. Christine is also a licensed Nevada State Notary.
In 2001, Christine earned her Certified Paralegal designation from the National Association of Legal Assistants. She received her Bachelor's Degree of Arts in Psychology from the University of Nevada Las Vegas in 2005.
Christine enjoys spending her time with her husband and six children. She is an active parent volunteer at Thurman White Middle School and Green Valley High School. Christine's entire family are active softball and baseball participants, and they travel the West Coast for various softball/baseball tournaments and showcases.
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