Abdominal Injury Lawyer

Las Vegas Abdominal Injury Lawyer


If you are in Las Vegas and have sustained an abdominal injury in an auto accident, slip and fall, medical malpractice, or other situation due to another person’s negligence, and are struggling with pain from your injuries, coping with mounting medical bills, and facing the loss of wages, an experienced Las Vegas abdominal injury lawyer may be able to help.



There are two types of abdominal injuries:

  1. Penetrating trauma
  2. Blunt Force Trauma

Penetrating Trauma

Penetrating Trauma happens when the abdomen’s skin is punctured. This can happen during a gunshot or stabbing wound. The National Institute of Health (NIH) finds that penetrating trauma has a clinical spectrum from asymptomatic patients to life-threatening situations. The NIH indicates that the “severity of the internal injury depends on the organ penetrated and on how vital the organ is.” A penetrating trauma may result in the following injuries:

  • Severe, long-term pain
  • Serious abdominal injuries
  • Harm to your internal organs
  • Nausea and/ or vomiting
  • Shock and emotional distress
  • Wrongful loss of life

Our office may be able to assist with cases where you have experienced a penetrating trauma or a family member has tragically and wrongfully lost his or her life due to penetrating trauma. Our team of attorneys has a vast level of knowledge of both the law and medical terminology and procedures so that you can focus on getting better while we take care of the legal implications.

Blunt Force Trauma

Blunt Force Trauma is sometimes referred to as non-penetrating trauma and occurs when there is a direct collision with your abdomen which can cause a variety of injuries. Blunt force injuries can typically be classified into four categories:

  1. Contusion
  2. Abrasion
  3. Laceration
  4. Fracture

The NIH finds that blunt force trauma “is the leading cause of morbidity and mortality in patients under 35-years of age and the sixth leading cause of death worldwide. The majority of serious traumatic injuries are due to blunt trauma from motor vehicle crashes and pedestrian injuries.”

With blunt force trauma, it is common for your injury to go unnoticed after medical examinations and may only be apparent through medical imaging scans.

Blunt Force Trauma can be the result of many negligent actions including the following:

  1. Motor Vehicle Accident
  2. Falling
  3. Bike Accident
  4. Sports Collision
  5. Other negligent situations

Blunt force trauma can cause many injuries that may have long-term impacts or wrongful death. Some blunt force trauma cases that our office regularly sees include:

  • Deformity
  • Contusions
  • Abrasions
  • Burns
  • Tenderness
  • Swelling

As with Penetrating Trauma, our office can evaluate your case to cover medical expenses and recover lost wages due to your injury.


In most situations, people owe others a level of care that someone with similar judgment and cautiousness would have had under the same circumstances. If a person fails to provide that level of responsible care that is called “negligence.” If you have experienced an abdominal injury, the party that failed to provide a reasonable level of care may be responsible. When you contact our office, we will work with you to evaluate whether you experienced negligence using four criteria:

  1. Was there a legal duty that the other individual owed to you?
  2. Did that person violate that duty by failing to provide a level of care?
  3. Did you suffer an injury?
  4. Can we prove that the other individual’s careless action caused your injury?

For example, if you were in a car accident because the other driver ran a red light and collided with your vehicle. Subsequently, you experienced Blunt Force Trauma to your abdomen. Because of this trauma, you accrued various medical expenses and had to be off work while you recovered. Our office will work with you to show that the other driver owed you a legal duty to obey the rules of the road. If they failed to adhere to Nevada’s state traffic laws, they did violate their duty to provide you with a level of care. We will show that you would not have sustained the injuries if the other driver hadn’t run the red light.

Another example with the same analysis could occur if a place of business owed you a reasonable duty to have safe premises and you slipped and fell causing an abdominal injury. The business owed you a reasonable level of care causing you harm. That injury produced long-term medical harm.

In situations like these, it is imperative to consult with an attorney that is competent and experienced in these types of cases.


As mentioned above, various accidents can cause abdominal injuries. Abdominal injuries sustained from car accidents are the most common. However, abdominal injuries can occur from a wide variety of accidents including slip and fall, sports injuries, assault, and other negligent behavior.

Finding the Best Las Vegas ABDOMINAL INJURY LAWYER

When seeking legal action after sustaining an abdominal injury, it is critical to ensure you have the right type of attorney. You should confirm your law firm is:

  1. Competent and experienced in handling cases other cases where clients have experienced abdominal injuries.
  2. Qualified to handle your case both out-of-court and in-court depending on the circumstances of your case.
  3. Have empathy for your situation.

We understand that this can be a frustrating and challenging time. We can provide the balance of taking away the legal stress and ensure you receive the best results when it comes to covering medical expenses and lost wages.


What are some signs and symptoms of abdominal injuries?

The most common initial signs of abdominal injuries include:

  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Blood in the urine
  • Fever
  • Tenderness or severe pain
  • The abdomen may be rigid to the touch
Can I sue for an abdominal injury?

If you or a loved one suffered an abdominal injury that was due to someone else’s negligence or intentional actions, they may be held responsible for your injuries. In this case, it may be possible to file a personal injury lawsuit in order to get the compensation you deserve. Contact our office for a free consultation and case review.

How can an abdominal injury lawyer help my case?

A good abdominal injury lawyer will begin representing on your behalf so that you can focus on your recovery. They will obtain all the necessary documentation, medical records, and police reports needed to build your case. An experienced Las Vegas abdominal injury lawyer will help place the liability for your injuries on the negligent party and get you the compensation you deserve.


If it happened in Vegas®… Call us. We are not just abdominal injury lawyers — We are Las Vegas Abdominal Injury Lawyers and we are committed to YOU! Drummond Law Firm ALWAYS offers a FREE initial consultation, we’ll even arrange transportation. You only pay when we WIN your case — Our abdominal injury lawyers are focused on getting you the maximum compensation for your recovery. If you are suffering from an abdominal injury that was caused by another person’s negligence — We are here to help.

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If you have been injured in an accident the first thing you need to do is seek medical assistance. Once safe to do so, call our office before speaking with the insurance companies – We can provide you with professional, effective advice for how to move forward and begin to build your case. We make the entire legal process as simple as possible for you, our team will handle your claim on your behalf while keeping you in the loop. We are by your side to help you get the compensation you deserve.

Our #1 goal is getting you the money you need to relieve the financial burden that can follow after an abdominal injury. Don’t pay the price for someone else’s negligence — Let our Las Vegas Abdominal Injury Lawyer do the hard work for you. Contact us today for assistance with your internal injury case.