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Combat Veteran and Attorney Craig Drummond fights for clients

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September 25, 2020 By Drummond Law Firm

Looking for an injury law firm committed to fighting for its clients? Consider the Drummond Law Firm in Las Vegas.

Attorney and owner Craig Drummond is a combat veteran of Iraq and former U.S. Army JAG (Judge Advocate General) Federal Military Prosecutor. He was awarded the Bronze Star medal for his service in Iraq, and confirms that he brings that same level of determination and professionalism he was taught in the Army to his clients and to the courtroom.

“I fight for my clients,” said Craig Drummond. “Given my military background, I come to each case with a unique skillset and this is routinely sought out by those who are injured seeking someone who knows what right looks like for their individual case. My law firm does not just represent military members, Veterans, and their families, we represent all injured clients who are seeking our help.”

Drummond is the author of a nationally recognized book titled “Saving Sandoval,” which chronicled a case that made national and international headlines. The book, published in 2017, details how Drummond defended U.S. Army sniper Jorge Sandoval, Jr. who was charged with murder in 2007 on the battlefield of Iraq. The compelling read reveals his success representing clients the most difficult of situations.

Drummond Law is recognized as the only firm in Nevada that can offer their client the Fair Fee Guarantee®, which means the firm will never take more than a client where a lawsuit has not been filed.

The firm has decades of experience and includes clients and tourists from around the globe. If the accident happened in Nevada, Drummond Law Firm can help. Their major focus areas are motor vehicle, bicycle, rideshare, pedestrian, taxi accidents, drownings, and negligent security cases. They are experienced in multiple disciplines of personal injuries, be it wrongful death, traumatic brain injuries, loss of a limb, or permanent disability. They also represent clients in criminal defense.

“During these pandemic and ordinary times, we are pleased to offer home and virtual visits,” Drummond said. “It’s a simple service, but it helps our clients immensely. If they can’t make it into our offices, we will come to them on their computer or in-person.”

The Drummond Law Firm prides itself on always being available for its clients. From having a live person take phone calls 24/7 to having multiple bilingual staff members, the firm is committed to being there for its clients. “We have the experience and resources to go the distance against the biggest insurance companies,” Drummond said. “By hiring my firm, the little guy gets the same level of experience and professionalism as the biggest corporate defense firms. It’s what sets us apart from our competitors.”

To reach Drummond Law Firm, call 702-366-9966 or go to the firm’s website: www.DrummondFirm.com There is no charge for an initial case assessment.


This article was presented and sponsored by Drummond Law Firm. For more information, visit their website here.


 


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