Nevada’s Personal Injury Attorney
Top Compensation for Nevadans
No Matter Where You Live
Meet Your Personal Injury Attorney
Hi, I’m Brock Ohlson.
I’m the founder and managing attorney at Brock Ohlson Injury Lawyers.
My dedication to serve began when I joined the Air Force, and my dedication to serving continues by fighting for you, the people in my home state of Nevada.
My main focus is to make myself accessible to individuals in smaller, more rural counties of Nevada. Those are the same counties where I spent time growing up and which ultimately shaped me into who I am today. If you are in need of an injury attorney, please don’t hesitate to call me. I offer representation no matter your location.
Honest treatment, clear advice, smart strategies.
Choose an Attorney Who Cares
If you have been hurt in a car accident, then please give us a call. We will make sure you get the medical help and compensation you deserve.
If you or a loved one was harmed due to the negligence of a doctor, nurse, or hospital, you can file a case for medical malpractice and seek compensation.
Nearly 1.7 million head injuries are suffered each year in the United States. You can get compensation for your injury.
Catastrophic injuries affect the victim as well as their caretakers. Additionally, the cost of care for these injuries is usually extremely high.
Losing a loved one is painful, no matter how it happens. You should be compensated for the pain and suffering you feel after a loved one dies in an accident.
Your employer is obligated to ensure a safe work environment. If they fail to do so they need to be held responsible for your injuries.
I work in every Nevada small town and rural area.
Alamo • Austin • Battle Mountain • Boulder City • Carlin • Carson City • Crescent Valley • Curranrt • Dayton • Denio • Duckwater • Dyer • Elko • Ely • Eureka • Fallon • Fernley • Fish Lake Valley • Gabbs • Gardnerville • Alamo • Austin • Battle Mountain • Boulder City • Carlin • Carson City • Crescent Valley • Curranrt • Dayton • Denio • Duckwater • Dyer • Elko • Ely • Eureka • Fallon • Fernley • Fish Lake Valley • Gabbs • Gardnerville
I WILL FLY TO YOU
My commitment is to you. I will do everything in my power to best serve you throughout the litigation process.
Latest Blog Updates
- What is Insurance Bad Faith, and How Does it Affect Personal Injury Lawsuits in Nevada?Go to any late-night drinking party, and you will probably hear tall tales of someone’s friend-of-a-friend who became rich from receiving a huge settlement from his insurance company after a minor injury, or perhaps even an entirely fake injury. These stories belong to the realm of urban legends. Usually, the best-case scenario is that the … Read more
- Catastrophic Injuries from a Rural Nevada Accident Require the Assistance of a Tough Personal Injury AttorneyApproximately seven people were injured in a car accident near Lake Mead, according to a KTNV July 2017 report. The accident happened in the later part of July in 2017 on a Saturday. About seven people were involved in a two-vehicle car accident on Lakeshore Road within the Lake Mead National Recreational Area. After the … Read more
- Hansen v. State Farm: A Dispute Over Legal Representation Paid for by an InsurerIn theory, filing insurance claims should be simple. If your car gets damaged in an accident, your insurance company or the insurer of the at fault driver, pays for repairs to your car. It might even pay for a rental car for you to drive while your car is being repaired. Who pays if someone … Read more
- The Importance of Having Personal Interaction with Your Nevada AttorneyA rural Nevada woman was injured in an SUV-train accident in January of 2017, according to the Ames Tribune. She was hospitalized after the SUV she was driving was struck by a Union Pacific train. The train then pushed her SUV about 300 feet down the tracks. The crash happened at about 8 p.m. at … Read more
- LoMastro v. American Family Insurance: A Case of Insurance Bad FaithInsurance bad faith is when an insurance company refuses to cover damages from an incident that the policy apparently promised to cover. The LoMastro v. American Family case involved a car accident resulting in a fatality, and the insurance company refused the claim of the family of the deceased because of what appears on the … Read more
- Miller v. Allstate: The Responsibility of the Insurance Company to Involve the Policy Holder in NegotiationInsurance policies consist mostly of fine print; even if you did decide to read your car insurance policy cover to cover, you would probably fall asleep before you even made it halfway through. Most of the time, this does not cause any problems. If you get into a car accident, you just file a claim … Read more