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Our Firm

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The Bourassa Law Group, LLC represents clients in litigation throughout Nevada, Colorado, Arizona and California from our Las Vegas, Denver, Beverly Hills and Scottsdale based offices. Our attorneys successfully represent both individual and business clients through our unique knowledge of the Nevada, Colorado, California, Utah, Texas, North Carolina, Missouri and Arizona legal systems and procedures. Our firm focuses on providing exceptional personal service to our clients. We are committed to delivering results-oriented, innovative and cost-effective legal solutions to best meet our clients’ needs while maintaining the highest ethical and professional standards.

Our Mission

The Bourassa Law Group has just one goal – to get the best result possible for our clients – whether in settlement or in the courtroom. Our team of battle-hardened litigators work hard to make sure our clients get the treatment they need to heal and the maximum compensation they deserve.

Our Attorneys

MARK J. BOURASSA, ESQ.

Mark J. Bourassa Esq. is the founding Member of The Bourassa Law Group. Mr. Bourassa’s practice focuses on representing injured people through litigation and trial work in civil matters.

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Valerie S. Christian, Esq. (formerly Valerie Gray)

Valerie S. Christian was born and raised in Nevada and obtained her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Nevada.

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JENNIFER A. FORNETTI, ESQ.

Currently focusing on general liability litigation, personal injury litigation, construction litigation and business and real estate.

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Mikayla Shaw, ESQ.

Mikayla Shaw’s practice is dedicated to personal injury litigation, general litigation, and contract litigation.

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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 […]

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Our Staff

Kyle S. Compton

Kyle S. Compton is the Senior Case Manager at The Bourassa Law Group. As the Senior Case Manager, Kyle plays a pivotal role in ensuring…

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Cary Pickett

Call Center Representative. Bourassa Law Group / Las Vegas. Helping others in order to get the help they need in a difficult time…

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Kylie VanderMiller

Kylie VanderMiller was born and raised in Colorado. Kylie obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Metropolitan State University in 2018. After graduating…

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Brenda Guerra

Brenda Guerra is a highly experienced intake specialist who has recently advanced to the position of legal assistant. With a dedicated and detail-oriented approach, Brenda excels in both roles…

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Corina Tan

Corina Tan, a Las Vegas native, is a dedicated professional with a passion for the field of law. She earned her Bachelor’s degree from The University of Hawai’i, setting the foundation for a successful career in legal practice…

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Isabella Ferreira

My name is Isabella Ferreira, and I’m proud to be part of this dynamic team. I began my journey with the firm as a receptionist and have since transitioned to a role as a legal assistant…

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Katelyn Thompson

Katelyn Thompson is a case manager at Bourassa Law Group. Katelyn is a dedicated individual who never settles for less than the best client experience…

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Mayra Castillo

Mayra Castillo has demonstrated a commendable track record in customer service roles since 2014, consistently exhibiting a strong commitment to assisting others…

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Who We Are

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

The statute of limitations for filing a personal injury lawsuit varies from state to state. Generally, you may have anywhere from one to three years from the date of the injury to file a lawsuit depending on the state you live in. The most common answer is two years However, it is important to check the laws in your state as they may vary.

The amount that insurance companies pay for pain and suffering varies depending on the severity of the injury, the type of injury, and other factors. Generally, insurance companies will use a formula to calculate a settlement amount based on the details of the case.

The amount of a personal injury settlement depends on the specifics of the case, such as the severity of the injury, medical bills, lost wages, and other damages. It is best to consult with an experienced personal injury lawyer who can review your case and advise you on what a fair settlement amount should be.

They can include the following:

  1. Slip and Fall Accidents
  2. Car Accidents
  3. Product Liability
  4. Dog Bites/Animal Attacks
  5. Defamation of Character
  6. Wrongful Death Claims

A personal injury claim can be brought on the grounds of negligence, breach of statutory duty, or breach of contract. Negligence is when a person or entity fails to take reasonable care to avoid causing harm to another person. Breach of statutory duty is when a person or entity fails to comply with a law or regulation that is meant to protect people from harm. Breach of contract is when a person or entity does not fulfill the terms of an agreement that was made between two parties.

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