You're always entitled to get multiple opinions. That being said, I would have a sit down with your attorneys to determine the risk and reward with moving forward, etc. Liability and damages play a huge role in these cases....
I don't believe attorneys who are not familiar with all the facts of your case & all your injuries should second your own attorney. Have a face to face meeting with your attorney & ask for the game plan & status of litigation. Good luck
This is not intended to be legal advise or as legal representation. I am a California personal injury attorney . Be aware that every state has its own statute of limitations; and statutes & case laws that govern the handling of these matters.
You have received what is called a "lowball". Make an appointment to sit down with your attorney to review status and an action plan. Only your own attorney with your complete file knows the actual facts and circumstances. Give your attorney an opportunity to explain the next step. See paragraph 5 in the link below on "lowballs". [Blue-Link-Below]
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You are going to have to file suit if you haven't already. Not the Nevada statute of limitations in these kinds of cases is only 2 years. If your case is worth a high five-figure sum, then your case is exempt from arbitration. Nevada's mandatory arbitration program caps cases at $50,000 and so that is not where you want to be. It sounds like you need to have meeting with your attorney and discuss the value of your case and what your attorney's strategy is.
You need to find a lawyer you can work with and who will prusue your calim to your satisfaction.
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