After an accident, your biggest concern is how you receive the best medical treatment for your injuries.

Paul’s background in medicine is extensive.

Paul’s connections to physicians at every level of medical care is extensive as well.

Most people don’t have health insurance.

Without health insurance, many doctors will refuse to treat you.

Paul can recommend physicians close to your home or work that will treat you for your accident-caused injuries.

If your medical needs require an immediate specialist, Paul can also recommend physicians in various specialties.

Your vehicle is very important to you. It helps you get to work.

It picks your kids up from school. Your vehicle is a necessity.

After an accident, your vehicle needs to be fixed as quickly as possible — or you need to receive payment as quickly as possible if your vehicle is a total loss.

Paul provides assistance in this area to ensure a quick and timely resolution to get you back on the road.

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Sexual Assault & Rape Victim Attorney in Las Vegas

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Why Choose Paul?

$200,000,000 in Settlements & Trial Verdicts

More that 50 Cases Exceeding $1,000,000

Strongly Believes in Victim’s Rights & Client First

Tough Lawyer Who Fights for What’s Right

How to Deal with a Sexual Assault

Needing a sex crime attorney is a difficult thing for anyone. Sexual assault court cases are complex and can take a long time. You need a sexual assault attorney who not only understands the law, but alsohas the foresight and compassion to make the process as easy as possible for you.

In Las Vegas, the risks that lead to an assault claim cannot be completely avoided. It’s crucial to seek help as soon as possible from a sexual assault lawyer who will do everything possible to protect your legal rights.

A sexual assault can have lifelong repercussions for the victim. It can cause lasting depression, PTSD and other psychological conditions. It can also affect their ability to work and maintain relationships with family and friends. Thousands of people are sexually assaulted every year in the United States and are faced with the challenge of trying to take their life back.

Paul Powell, an experienced Las Vegas sexual assault victim lawyer can help you do exactly that. Physical abuse attorneys assist in getting settlements after you have suffered personal loss due to being assaulted. From the cost of attending counseling to filing restraining orders and securing a safe place to live, you need the support of a legal advisor that can offer compassion and understanding while working towards real results.

The Paul Powell Law Firm is here to help you and your loved ones deal with the long term effects of sexual assault. To learn more about your options during recovery, contact me today and schedule your consultation.

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Why Work with a Sexual Assault Lawyer?

Sexual assault (also known as rape) is defined by Nevada law in NRS 200.366.

It happens when a person “subjects another person to sexual penetration, or […] forces another person to make a sexual penetration on himself or herself or another, or on a beast” against the person’s will. A charge of rape can also apply if the victim is mentally or physically incapable of resisting or consenting – for example, if the victim has passed out.

Nevada also has a related crime known as “open and gross lewdness.”

Defined in NRS 201.210, this is a sexual crime that falls short of Nevada sexual assault. It can occur when one person touches another in an unwanted sexual way that cannot be categorized as sexual assault because, for example, no act of penetration takes place. Unwanted sexual groping can fall under this heading.

Nevada maintains five major laws that protect minors under the age of 18 from sexual conduct. Specifics of these cases depend a great deal on the ages of the victim and the perpetrator. Consent is typically immaterial, as minors are not considered legally able to grant consent.

Those found guilty of these and related crimes may be required to register with the Nevada Sex Offender Registry. Victims can also request a restraining order from the court to prohibit future contact with the offender.

Speak to an Attorney that Cares About Your Case

Paul Powell can help you achieve a sexual assault lawsuit settlement faster. No amount of money can make things right, but a fair settlement is an important part of putting your life back together and moving forward. Paul has helped clients secure nearly $175 million in settlements and trial verdicts – and he can do the same for you.

To find out more, contact Paul today.