Connor & Connor PLLC is a full service Nevada law firm dedicated to providing clients with top rate legal work and aggressive representation. Our attorneys are licensed to practice law in all Nevada state and federal courts. Whether you are starting a business, involved in the cannabis industry, suing someone who wronged you, or even facing criminal charges, our attorneys are ready to assist. For more information about our services, please review our practice areas or contact us for a consultation.


Being charged with a crime can be a very stressful time in a person's life.  If you have been charged with a crime you have a right to an attorney.  Our Las Vegas area attorneys have experience in criminal law and are ready to defend you from any charges in either state or federal court.


Personal injury law governs situations where a person suffers injuries from the negligent or intentional actions of another.  Personal injury cases are sometimes referred to as "torts".  When a person is injured through the intentional or negligent acts of another, they are often entitled to compensation.  Victims of personal injuries can be compensated for their past and future medical bills, pain and suffering, lost wages or even punitive damages (punitive damages are a monetary award meant to punish the at fault party and to deter others from engaging in similar behaviors).  While the at fault party is often unable to fully compensate the victims of personal injuries, there are often one or more insurance policies that can provide some relief.

You may be wondering which attorneys in Nevada you should select for your personal injury case. It’s important to choose lawyers who have sufficient experience to represent you. The attorneys at Connor & Connor Pllc are experienced personal injury attorneys.  Our attorneys gained valuable experience working as insurance defense attorneys prior to founding their own law firm.  If you have been injured through the fault of another contact one of the attorneys at Connor & Connor Pllc immediately.  Waiting to pursue your claim could negatively affect your ability to seek compensation.


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