As in the world of medicine, attorneys have become ever more specialized. Gone are the days when you had a family attorney that advised you on all types of legal matters. Additionally, in an effort to increase the size of their practices, attorneys have employed paraprofessionals to allow them to handle more cases. Unfortunately, this results in less direct contact with clients. I have overheard many attorneys say, "the more time I spend talking to my client, the lower my effective rate becomes." This is not the way the practice of law should be. While legal assistants and paralegals are beneficial and add value to a client's case, they should not prevent someone from speaking with and receiving legal counsel from their attorney. Jones Wilson prides itself in making themselves available to every client, regardless of the size or perceived value of a case. We take seriously the title of "Counselor at Law" on our license to practice law in the State of Nevada. We hope you will allow us to help you receive the counsel you need to both recover the damages you are entitled to, as well as help you feel calm and comfortable as you navigate the claims/litigation process.