OUR PERSONAL INJURY AND SSDI ATTORNEYS WILL STAND UP FOR YOUR RIGHTS. At Bighorn Law, justice is not an abstract term. It's something we create every day for our clients. Our attorneys work with clients every day who have been injured or accused.
We've all heard the expression that everyone deserves a fair day in court. We don't believe that a person's wealth or intelligence should have anything to do with their right to justice. If you have been harmed, you deserve compensation. And if insurance companies are using your inexperience to keep your hard-earned money, then you deserve someone with experience and tenacity to get it back.
Our firm exists because we want to help you fight the bad guys, but we know you can't do it alone. You need people who know the system, the jargon, the rules, so we can beat corporations at their game and give you the outcome you deserve.
In a world of exploiters and exploited, we fight for the exploited. In a battle between big shots and little guys, we're with the little guy. Where insurance companies care about the bottom line, we care about the top priority: you.
That's why we come to work every day. It's that simple.
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2001 S. Maryland Pkwy
Las Vegas NV 89104
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500 W. Ray Road, Suite 10
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2340 W. Horizon Ridge Parkway, Ste 120
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5576 S Fort Apache Rd. Unit 110
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2230 N. University Pkwy. Ste. 2C
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331 S. Rio Grande St. Ste. 200
Salt Lake City
Bighorn Law - Ogden Utah
3607 Washington Blvd, Suite 4,
Car Accidents, Truck Accidents, Motorcycle Accidents
We help you navigate the complicated world of insurance, medical bills, and car repairs.
Claim, Denials, and Appeals
With 80% of all claims being denied you need an experience attorney to help. We can help you through your claim denials and even represent you in court if necessary.
NATHAN MORRIS is a native of Las Vegas and graduate of Green Valley High School. An alumnus of UCLA School of Law, he is licensed to practice law in Nevada, California, and several tribal courts around the nation. Nathan worked for years out of New York and Los Angeles with one of the nation's most successful class-action plaintiff's law firms where he represented unions, municipalities, tribes, and individuals across the nation in multi-million dollar litigations.
Nathan has returned to his home here in Las Vegas, Nevada to represent those in our valley in need. Nathan's practice is focused on personal injury litigation and criminal defense.
Since entering the practice of law, Nathan has served as a federal appellate tribal magistrate judge, litigated multi-million dollar class action suits, developed court systems for small nations and has provided criminal defense in a variety of case settings. He has also served the underprivileged and disadvantaged with development and humanitarian organizations internationally and here at home. The diversity of these experiences has provided Nathan with the expertise of mind and dedicated heart with which he serves his clients.
Nathan also serves as a board member for two non-profit organizations promoting cultural preservation and education in Indian Country and across our nation. He continues to work as an advocate for cultural continuation for the under-represented in many communities.
Bar Number: 9431
Jacqueline Bretell is a Partner with Bighorn Law, and practices out of Las Vegas, Nevada.
Jacqueline was born in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, and moved to Nashville, Tennessee with her parents and brother in 1995. Jacqueline attended the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, where she was a member (and later Captain) of the UTC Mock Trial Team. Jacqueline graduated with a Bachelors of Science degree in Political Science at the age of 20.
After completing her undergraduate studies, Jacqueline attended Mercer University's Walter F. George School of Law in Macon, Georgia. Throughout law school, she competed and coached multiple mock trial teams, and served as the President of the first Georgia Student Trial Lawyers Association. Jacqueline earned her Juris Doctorate degree while also earning a Certificate in Advanced Legal Writing, Research and Drafting as part of Mercer's top-ranked legal writing program. Upon graduating from law school, Jacqueline was recognized for her oral advocacy skills by being selected for membership in The Order of Barristers, a national honor society. She went on to pass the Nevada bar at 23 years old.
After completing law school, Jacqueline moved to Las Vegas and began her career working for one of the best insurance defense firms in Nevada. During this time, Jacqueline learned valuable lessons regarding how insurance companies value claims, and the tools and practices they use to make their case. Jacqueline left the practice of insurance defense, and joined Bighorn Law, where she was able to devote her career to vigorously and passionately protect the rights of those who have been severely injured.
Jacqueline is a member of the prestigious Million Dollar Advocates Forum, as well as the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum. She sits on the Board of Directors for the Clark County Law Foundation, and is a high school mock trial coach. When she is not practicing law, Jacqueline can be seen riding around town on her motorcycle. Jacqueline is an avid rider, and a member of both the Sin City Moto Girls and the Litas the world's largest collection of female motorcycle riders.
Mercer University's Walter F. George School of Law
Kimball Jones is passionate about achieving justice for his clients. His practice focuses on personal injury litigation and he has settled millions of dollars in personal injury claims. Kimball is licensed to practice law in Nevada and Idaho.
Before practicing law Kimball attended Brigham Young University-Idaho where he earned a B.S. in Economics. Kimball graduated more than a year early, finishing in the top five percent of his class overall and as the university's top economics student in 2005. While earning his degree, Kimball also founded and presided over BYU-Idaho's Pre-Law Society, interned for a U.S. Senator and served as his university's student body president.
After college Kimball went to law school at Brigham Young University's J. Reuben Clark School of Law where he earned a J.D. in 2008. Kimball was awarded a Dean's Scholarship for academic excellence each year of law school. Kimball also excelled in law school competitions, taking first place in BYU's Moot Court Competition and second place in BYU's Negotiations Competition.
In addition to practicing law, Kimball loves serving his community and country. After law school Kimball chose to give back to his country by serving in the Army full-time. Kimball continues to serve in a reserve capacity, though his active duty days are behind him. Kimball is now focused on improving the community he lives in though service within the community and through successful advocacy of his clients' claims.
Brigham Young University
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