Reed Werner, ESQ.

Reed Werner’s practice is dedicated to personal injury claims and litigation, employment matters, trusts and estates, contract litigation, business formation, licensing, business disputes, construction law, as well as some appellate work. He has represented clients throughout all phases of their claims, from negotiating with insurance adjusters to appealing cases in the Nevada Supreme Court.

Reed moved to Las Vegas after completing law school in 2004. Reed started working for a general practice in Las Vegas handling all types of civil cases. He then became associate general counsel for a large construction company handling all aspects of legal work for the company in California, Nevada, Arizona, Wahington, Oregon and Colorado. When the great recession caused many construction businesses to fold, he transitioned to defending people and businesses which are sued for accidents and injuries. Working directly for the insurance companies provided a significant depth of understanding of the inner workings of claims and claims handling. After seeing how poorly injured people were treated when making claims and tiring of the bureaucracy of large insurance companies, he chose to work with the Bourassa Law Group. He enjoys the freedom of doing whatever needs to be done to help people and businesses with their legal disputes.

In addition to legal work, Reed is very involved in serving the community. Reed is on the Nevada State Bar Disciplinary Committee, is a State Bar Fee Dispute Arbitrator and Mediator and serves as the Moapa Valley Rotary Club President. He has coached soccer teams, basketball teams and is always helping friends and neighbors in need.

Reed is admitted to practice in all state courts in Nevada and California, as well as the United States District Court for the District of Nevada, Southern, Central and Northern Districts of California and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.

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