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Media – Paul Padda Law, Injury Attorneys in Las Vegas

Our media library at Paul Padda Law illustrates the versatility of our lawyers. We know how to handle a wide range of cases, including car accidents. That’s because we have years of experience working with people who need legal advice now. People turn to us because we thoroughly understand the law and how our nation’s legal system works. We gained this knowledge by working on legal cases as attorneys and previously as respected federal prosecutors. As former federal prosecutor and well-respected personal injury lawyer, we know how to research cases and find the facts many attorneys often overlook. We then use this information to build rock-solid legal cases. We believe our rare combination of experience and knowledge provides us with a unique perspective that separates us from other law firms. But don’t just take our word for it. Discover for yourself. Explore our media library below.

Paul Padda’s 160 Million Dollar Cosmopolitan Casino Verdict, Interview on Las Vegas Morning Blend News Show
Paul Padda, Esq. Gives Personal Attention to a Veteran’s Medical Malpractice Case. Interview by Courtney Perna on Law Vegas Now News Show
October 2017 Las Vegas Mass Shooting, News 3 Interview with Paul Padda, Las Vegas Personal Injury Attorney
Las Vegas Injury Attorney Paul Padda Background Story, Vegas Lawyer Magazine
Paul Padda Law Helps Government Employees By Giving Away Free Gas Cards

Paul Padda Quoted in Las Vegas Review-Journal

Recently, many prominent politicians – even elected officials in Nevada – have come under fire for misuse of campaign funds and other related financial issues. Nevada Senate Majority Leader Kelvin Atkinson resigned from his position early this month after pleading guilty to wire fraud. The scheme included the misuse of $250,000 of campaign funds to finance credit card bills, a nightclub, and a luxury car.

Las Vegas federal attorney Paul Padda, a former prosecutor who worked on election cases, is quoted as saying, “being elected to public office should not be a business opportunity. Given the recent prosecutions like this one, I think it should certainly cause greater reflection by state legislators in how the campaign law is written and what additional safeguards need to be implemented to ensure the integrity of the system.” Read more about the story from the Review-Journal.