Richard Harris Law Firm
- Our mission
- Clients first
- Lawyers for life
- Establishing trust
- Making clients comfortable
- Contingency fee
- Measuring success
Listen to Richard Harris talk about why it’s the mission of his law firm to be an aggressive advocate for injured victims of accidents. And find out what makes Richard Harris Law Firm different—we care.
For Richard Harris, nothing is more gratifying than to be able to say that thousands of people in Southern Nevada, the country, and the world, consider him to be their lawyer. Watch this video to learn what has held true in more than 30 years of legal practice—clients come first.
When Richard Harris thinks about client service, he remembers his very first client. Watch this video to learn why we want all of our clients to consider us their lawyers for life.
At Richard Harris Law Firm, we believe trust is the foundation for every relationship. Hear Richard Harris talk about the importance of trust in attorney-client relationships, and how his team works hard to set realistic expectations and build confidence from the beginning and throughout a case.
At Richard Harris Law Firm, we want our clients to know that we care and that everything is going to be okay. That’s why we have a facility that is professional, but feels like home. Our staff wants to hear your story, what you’ve been through, and how you’ve been affected by the accident. Watch this video to find out how we make clients comfortable.
The last thing I want do as my client’s lawyer is add to their financial burden. The contingency fee is the great equalizer. It allows any injured victim to have the best lawyer available, because the lawyer only gets paid if the case is successfully resolved.
There is no fee unless the case is won, so that there’s no bills being sent. There’s all the time in the world necessary to do a good job on the case without regard to whether or not the client has the ability to pay. So the client is able to have good legal representation up against enormous resources against them from the insurance company. And we are in this together, and we’re in this to win.
I love that whole David and Goliath mentality of me representing someone who’s not paying me unless, and until, I successfully conclude their case. So I don’t send bills to my clients. I send my clients a check upon the successful conclusion of the case, and I only get paid if I win.
For Richard Harris, the feeling of being someone’s lawyer forever is the most gratifying way to measure success. Listen to him talk about why it’s never about the money—it’s about the relationships that he’s built working with clients and resolving their cases.