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Southern Nevada attorney explains that choosing the right policy can make a big difference

Updated: Dec 17, 2020

Tim O'Reilly of O'Reilly Law Group, a Southern Nevada attorney with experience in a wide range of legal disciplines, discusses why it is vital to take legal steps to be prepared in the event of a vehicle accident.

In this video interview, O'Reilly explains that the minimal auto insurance required by law may not be enough to cover medical expenses in the event of a serious accident. Consulting with an experienced attorney such as those at O'Reilly Law Group may help you decide which policy works best for your needs.

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