Have you or a loved one been seriously INJURED because of someone's negligence or wrongdoing?
Personal injury accidents, whether by car, motorcycle, bicycle, someone's pet, or a slip and fall can mean unexpected medical expenses and time off work.
The goal of many insurance companies is to minimize payouts. They are allowed by law to be evasive and not respond to you. As experienced accident attorneys, we take on their insurance company for you, getting YOU the full and fair compensation you deserve.
Have you or a loved one been ARRESTED and need help?
When the stakes are high, you need local Criminal Defense Attorneys with more than 55 years experience, who are available to take your case quickly and confidently, who will go the extra mile to get the best possible result in or out of court.
The criminal defense attorneys at Laub and Laub understand that being arrested or charged with a crime is a frightening experience.
Our law firm's mission is to aggressively defend every client, even before the case reaches the courtroom!
Laub and Laub will make every effort to understand all the details of your case, all legal defenses, and the weaknesses in the prosecution's case to get you the best results. Laub and Laub will get YOU the best results.
Family law is about building or breaking family ties. Laub Law Firm offers expert legal counsel for:
Family law outlines the actions people legally take to create a family, or the steps that dissolve the financial and legal ties that bind a family.
Have you filed a claim for a work-related injury or illness? Injuries and illnesses that occur at work are covered by your employer's Workers' Compensation Insurance Company.
Your medical and financial needs are at the discretion of your employer's insurance company. It's the insurance company who decides, not you, the amount of medical services you will receive as well as the financial compensation provided while you're injured and can't work.
How familiar are you with the state laws governing Nevada Workers' Compensation insurance or California Workers' Compensation?
What you don't know can cost you in medical care and wage reimbursement. An experienced worker's compensation attorney knows how to handle push-back from the insurance company, so you receive the full benefits for the injury suffered.
A Laub and Laub Law firm workers' compensation lawyer can help you:
The attorneys at Laub Law Firm are available for virtual or in-person consultations. Laub and Laub is located in Reno and Carson City, Nevada, or Truckee and South Lake Tahoe, California.
Are you experiencing harassing creditor calls, wage garnishments, and threatening letters of home foreclosure? Do you have too much credit card debt or medical expenses? Need help?
Get your bankruptcy and debt management questions answered in a free consultation with Laub Law Firm. Laub and Laub will review your unique situation and explain:
Through no fault of your own, your family, like so many others, may now be in a financial crisis. Don't wait to get help. Discover how Laub Law Firm will create a customized debt solution that will allow you to start fresh. Schedule a virtual or in-person meeting today.
If you don't have a simple will, get one. They're not hard to create, and many people feel comfortable doing it themselves, with an Attorney advising them.
If you have children under 18, name a personal guardian for them in your will. If both you and the other parent were unavailable, the local court would follow your wishes and appoint this person.
Your will says who gets what after your death. You can make it simple—"everything to my children, to share equally"—or leave specific items to specific beneficiaries. You don't have to leave anything to family members if you don't want to, but if you're married, know that a disinherited spouse could probably claim some of your assets.
Although it's not pleasant, take a minute to think about the possibility that at some time, you might become incapacitated and unable to handle day-to-day financial matters or make healthcare decisions. If you don't do anything to prepare for this possibility, a judge might have to appoint someone to do these things for you. No one wants a court's intervention in such personal matters, but someone must have legal authority to act on your behalf.
You've probably already named beneficiaries to inherit certain property from you. For example, when you signed up for a retirement plan at work or bought a life insurance policy, you were likely given a form on which to name a beneficiary. Now is a good time to revisit that paperwork. A surprising number of people never bother to update it, even when death or divorce of the original beneficiary means they should name someone else.