About the Firm
Matthew L. Sharp represents individuals and businesses injured by the unlawful conduct of others. Mr. Sharp specializes in representing people in actions against their insurance company for insurance bad faith and insurance unfair trade practices. Over the past 15 years, he has successfully represented people in all areas of insurance disputes including:
- health insurance
- disability insurance
- homeowners insurance
- automobile insurance
- commercial insurance
A Community Leader
As a fifth generation Nevadan, Mr. Sharp has distinguished himself as a leader within the legal community. In 2003 and 2006, Mr. Sharp served as president of the Nevada Justice Association, a state-wide organization of lawyers who represent individuals and businesses injured by the unlawful conduct of others. Mr. Sharp has also served on the Board of Governors for the American Association for Justice, a nationwide organization of lawyers who represent individuals and businesses injured by the unlawful conduct of others.
Mr. Sharp has also distinguished himself as a leader within the political community. He has worked with judges and legislators to ensure that our justice system works for everyone. For the past 10 years, Mr. Sharp has been asked to testify before the Nevada Legislature on a wide range of legal issues. He has also served on the Nevada Insurance Commissioner’s board for property and casualty insurance. As a board member, Mr. Sharp works to help ensure that insurance laws work for everyone including those consumers defrauded by insurance companies.
Dedicated to Helping Clients
Mr. Sharp has committed his practices to helping people who are injured by the unlawful conduct of others. He and his firm understand what it takes to successfully take on a large and sophisticated insurance company.
Contact Matthew L. Sharp today or call the office (888) 640-0835 to discuss the circumstances of your case.
May 6th, 2013
A bill passed last week bars out-of-state professional athletes from filing workers' compensation claims for cumulative trauma injuries in California. In the past, professional football, basketball, baseball, hockey and soccer players from other teams have filed workers' compensation claims in... Read more
April 22nd, 2013
A teenage driver, suspected of driving under the influence of drugs, was arrested and sent to the Clark County Detention Center April 1 after his car sailed through the air and landed onto a restaurant patio filled with diners eating... Read more
April 4th, 2013
Insurance policy holders in Nevada recovered $3,998,508 from insurance companies that were forced to pay consumers who filed complaints against the companies.
The announcement was made last month by the Nevada Division of Insurance. The Division is a consumer protection agency... Read more