What started 40 years ago as a one-man operation, has developed into a full-service Las Vegas personal injury law firm that serves thousands of injured victims. The years of hard work and dedication to understanding our clients’ needs have enabled Richard Harris Personal Injury Law Firm to develop the reputation for success it has today.
But without our team’s passion for helping injured people get the fair and full amount of compensation they are owed, we wouldn’t be here today. We’re aggressive when we need to be, compassionate when it counts, and always dedicated to your success. That’s what makes us Richard Harris Personal Injury Law Firm.
GOING THE EXTRA MILE
From the beginning, our firm has set the standard for extraordinary client service. Headquartered in Las Vegas, Nevada, with cases throughout the West, we’re committed to being by our clients’ side throughout the case resolution process. Frequently, that means heading to the skies in one of the Richard Harris Law Firm aircraft.
We’ve assembled a fleet of airplanes to make travel to meetings, scene inspections, depositions, mediations and court dates comfortable and convenient for our clients and our 25 plus lawyers. We match one of our planes to each mission.
Flying Magazine calls our Cirrus SR-22 GTS “the most sophisticated single-engine civilian airplane ever built and by a long shot.” At 250 mph, the Cirrus covers a lot of ground quickly and makes travel for 4 to places like Tonopah and Ely easy to get to and back the same day.
Our Hawker Beechcraft Premier, the world’s fastest light jet with the largest cabin accommodating 6 passengers. At 531 mph, it’s the closest thing to time travel when we have meetings and court in several cities the same day. Depart Las Vegas after a morning hearing, meet with a new client mid-day in San Jose and consult with a medical expert in Reno for dinner before getting back to Las Vegas to watch the local news – no problem.
Topping off our fleet is the Pilatus PC-12 – the legendary Swiss turboprop is the most versatile aircraft in the world. Nicknamed “Spirit of Nevada,” the aircraft travels quickly at over 300 mph with up to 10 passengers, massive amounts of cargo, and can take off and land on short dirt strips. Whether flying to and from a mediation in Phoenix or a conference in San Diego, our airplane has Wi-Fi and a satellite phone to ensure our team can keep working the entire time every flight.
Going the extra mile for our clients – we pass with flying colors.
Decades of Helping Injured People
Associate of Goodman, Oshins, Brown & Singer
to form Mainor Harris Lawyers
“8 figure” case for $15,000,000
celebrates 40 years