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Kim Welch is the
Las Vegas Car Accident Lawyer Fighting For You

Kim Welch is a graduate of Boyd School of Law at the University of Nevada Las Vegas, and is an experienced car accident lawyer in Las Vegas that used to work for the insurance companies. 2021 was the deadliest year in 15 years on Nevada roads, with 382 traffic fatalities. 235 of those were in Clark County. Nearly 80% of Nevada car crashes happen in Clark County, according to the Nevada Department of Transportation. Of those, 43% occur in Las Vegas, according to the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department. If you have been involved in one of the many auto accidents on Las Vegas roads, Kim Welch Law will fight for you.

Kim Welch is Your

Car Accident Attorney Las Vegas

Kim Welch Law knows that even a minor accident can result in life-changing injuries. Common injuries sustained in car accidents include concussions, lacerations, whiplash, paralysis, other spinal cord injuries, internal organ damage, broken bones, loss of limbs, loss of pregnancy, mental anguish, and loss of life. While you are recovering, you can trust that Kim Welch Law is fighting for you.

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Auto Accident Lawyer Las Vegas

As one of the premier auto accident lawyers in Las Vegas, Kim Welch Law, recognizes that healing after an auto accident involves more than physical injuries. Financially, car accidents can be disastrous. If you are injured, medical bills accumulate, and there is a loss of income and earning potential while you recover. Additionally, your vehicle will need repairs. A vehicle involved in an accident also diminishes the value for future sales. Kim Welch Law is the auto accident lawyer you need fighting for your financial interests.

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Car Wreck Lawyer Las Vegas

Kim Welch Law is the lawyer you want on your side in the event of a car wreck. Previously Kim Welch represented the insurance companies and learned all their tricks. Now she brings considerable experience in the legal insurance industry to your aid. She will fight for fair compensation for you instead of leaving you at the mercy of insurance companies.


Helpful Answers
I’ve been involved in a car wreck. What should I do?

Determine if anyone is hurt and call 911 immediately. Collect information of every vehicle involved and from everyone involved, including witnesses. Document the accident scene with pictures. Do not discuss the accident with anyone except law enforcement. Call Kim Welch Law to represent you and fight for the compensation you deserve.

Do I need to hire a car accident lawyer in Las Vegas?

The responsible party’s insurance company will contact you after a car accident. They will possibly offer you a settlement and a full and final release to close the case before receiving payment. The proposed settlement may be tempting, but it is usually not close to adequate compensation. Kim Welch Law will investigate your case thoroughly and fight the insurance company for a fair settlement.

Who is liable in Nevada for a car accident?

Nevada has modified comparative negligence laws. In a car accident case, the at fault party is liable if they are more than 50% at fault for the percentage of damages for which they are at fault. Kim Welch Law will gather all the evidence and present your case so you can hold the at-fault party liable for your damages.


Words From Our Clients

After being involved in my first car accident, I didn’t know where to begin the legal process until I came across Kim and her team. They were truly amazing. Not only are they very professional, but also they care for their clients.

Alyssa Gonzales

I could not be more thankful for Kim and her team! She is hands down the best representation to have for your car accident / injury case. Kim doesn’t back down and she doesn’t settle for anything less than you deserve.

Amber Hammond

Kim and her staff explained everything that needed to happen to file a claim, kept me informed, handled paying the bills (which were significant) and most importantly understood and advocated for us

Joan Huntley