Landon D. Littlefield, Esq.


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Landon was initially inspired to be an attorney by his Uncle Chris. As a kid, he wanted to be just like him. As Landon grew older, he learned that the profession fit him perfectly: He could make a difference in people’s lives through his work as an attorney. Years later, Landon’s mother would suffer a devastating injury when a blender exploded in her hand. That experience opened his eyes to personal injury law and the difference a great attorney can make in someone’s life. Since he began practicing law in 2019, he has endeavored to help clients like his mother and get justice for personal injury victims.

He has always thought that personal injury law has a noble pursuit, akin to a Robin Hood style of justice where personal injury attorneys, whose clients have fallen on hard times, can stand up to insurance companies. In other words, when personal injury clients are in their darkest hours, he has the opportunity to seek justice on their behalf. He is drawn to the law because it enables him to help people in need obtain righteous outcomes.

Landon graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies from University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV). He then earned his Juris Doctor from William S. Boyd School of Law at UNLV, where he graduated cum laude. After law school, he immediately began a clerkship with Justice Abbi Silver at the Nevada Supreme Court. Also, while in law school, he was a member of the Nevada Law Journal, the William S. Boyd School of Law Society of Advocates, and received CALI Excellence for the Future Awards (highest grade) for his Advanced Federal Income Tax and Professional Responsibility courses.

In his spare time, Landon coaches high school basketball and travels whenever possible.

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  • University of Nevada, Las Vegas
  • Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies William S. Boyd School of Law, University of Nevada, Las Vegas


  • State Bar of Nevada
  • Clark County Bar Association
  • Nevada Justice Association


University of Nevada
Las Vegas, NV
William S. Boyd School of Law
Las Vegas, NV

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Robert was walking in front of a restaurant inside a local casino when he rounded the corner to enter the restaurant and tripped on a wheelchair that was leaning against the wall. He had no time to react and avoid the wheelchair.
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Dr. Ben Rodriguez was riding his bicycle when he was hit from behind by a vehicle. Ben sustained multiple and severe injuries including a lacerated left arm, which resulted in a severe infection. Dr. Rodriguez was unable to return to work for several weeks and then only to an abbreviated schedule.
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Carrie's husband, Robert, was a student pilot. When he didn’t return home from a solo flight, Carrie went to the airport where she was told all planes were accounted for.
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Kevin was stopped at a red light when another vehicle drove into the back of his truck. He was knocked unconscious, and when he came to, all he could hear was the sound of metal dragging on the road. Instinct told him to put his foot on the brake.