Benson & Bingham to Open Reno, Nevada Office in February

Source: Internal Release

Benson & Bingham has signed a lease to expand their practice to Reno on February 1st, the first Northern Nevada location to be opened by the law firm. The new law office will be centrally located on 1320 E. Plumb Lane, Ste 1320 – next to the Costco and mere minutes from Reno–Tahoe International Airport. Similar to the three Southern Nevada locations, Benson & Bingham – Reno will exclusively practice injury, accident and workers’ compensation law, and will offer the same dedication to client satisfaction and service that have been the hallmarks of their law practice since its inception in 2003.

Managing Partner Joseph Benson, who graduated from Earl Wooster High School which is directly across Plumb Lane from the location of the new law office, stated:

“Ben and I were eyeing a location in Northern Nevada for quite a while, just waiting for the right time and place to expand to Reno, our sister city to the north. With my ties to the region and familiarity with the city, expanding our law practice to the Reno market was an ideal fit; Benson & Bingham has represented many injury victims in Northern Nevada Courts, so it only made sense to open a fourth office in the area. I have fond memories of my early years in Reno/Tahoe, and opening a law office just across the street from my high school feels like we’ve really come full circle.”

Benson & Bingham will expand it’s service offerings to cater to clients in Reno, Sparks, Lake Tahoe, Carson City and the surrounding areas of Northern Nevada. With the addition of a Reno location, Benson & Bingham will now operate four personal injury law offices in the Silver State, with the other three offices in Downtown Las Vegas, Henderson and Summerlin, which will remain the firm’s headquarters. For more information on the Reno expansion or to set up a free personal injury consultation, please contact our Reno law office at 775-600-6000 or fill out our contact us form.

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