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Edward J. Achrem

Edward J. Achrem

Edward J. Achrem is 61 years old and the founder of the law firm. A member in good standing in two states, Mr. Achrem has been practicing law in California and Nevada for over 30 years. Receiving honors at entrance, he is a graduate of Loyola Law School and an active member of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America, the Million Dollar Advocates Forum, The Nevada Trial Lawyers Association and The American Bar Association.

Mr. Achrem is qualified to appear in all state and federal courts in Nevada and California and has successfully argued before the Nevada Supreme Court. His emphasis is on serious injury cases, motor vehicle accidents, spinal injuries and brain damage claims. In recent years, Mr. Achrem has tried, won and settled cases totaling well in excess of $61,000,000.00, including one of the largest judgments in Nevada history, at $21,000,000.00.

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Accidents on Commercial Property

Accidents on Commercial Property

If you are injured while accessing or inside a commercial property or business in Las Vegas, you may be able to recover monetary damages from the owner, or from the owner’s insurance company.

Medically Related Wrongful Death

Medically Related Wrongful Death

Until recently, prior to filing a lawsuit against a medical provider who committed medical malpractice, a claim first had to be presented to the Medical Dental Screening Panel (“the Panel”). The Panel consists of doctors, attorneys and hospital administrators. After submission of written materials by the claimant and the respondent, the Panel would...