Client was injured in a head-on collision and suffered partial blindness in her eye as well as a traumatic brain injury.
Client was traveling through a green light when he was hit by a commercial truck. Client sustained several injuries and required back surgery.
Client was injured while traveling as a passenger in the cab of a big rig. The driver of his truck had pulled over to the side of the road in order to check his load. Another big rig heading the same direction did not see them on the side of the road and collided with the truck the client was in. He sustained multiple injuries and required surgery.
Two clients were passengers on a bus that was side swiped. Minor property damage. Neck and back injuries; both clients had a cervical fusion.
Client slipped and fell at a local restaurant. She required neck surgery.
Client was a driver in a vehicle that was rear ended. Suffered neck and back injury. Required surgery.
3 clients injured when a drunk driver left the road and collided head-on with them. One client had a recommended cervical fusion, one had minor cuts and bruises, and one client had a cervical fusion.
Client was rear-ended while driving a company vehicle, causing injury to his knee. Required surgery.
Client was the driver of a vehicle that was rear-ended. He suffered back injury and was recommended a cervical fusion
Client was a passenger on a tram at a local sporting event venue when the tram stopped and then started without notice. Client fell off and her hand was run over. Required surgery.
To our valued clients and friends:
We hope that everyone is taking the recommended precautions to protect themselves against this Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The David Boehrer Law Firm always has and always will put the safety and well-being of our clients, and staff, before all else. We have taken the necessary steps to comply with all recommendations from the CDC, the SNHD and Governor Sisolak, while also allowing us to continue to serve our clients.
We will be limiting in-person contact in our offices. We will be available via telephone and e-mail, and we have set up video conferencing for face-to-face interaction with our clients, which also permits us to conduct electronic notary signatures. When in-person meetings are requested or required, we will take all necessary precautions, including social distancing and disinfecting our conference rooms after every meeting. While some employees will work remotely, each and every staff member will be available to clients during office hours.
We appreciate the seriousness of this pandemic and will consistently reassess our Firm’s procedures to keep our clients and staff safe. For now, we will continue to operate Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Thank you and please stay safe!