Shawn Oliphant is a founding partner of Viloria, Oliphant, Oster & Aman, L.L.P. Mr. Oliphant handles serious personal injury and wrongful death claims and is the head of the firm’s civil litigation group.
Mr. Oliphant represents those injured or killed by the fault of others. His litigation background is invaluable if insurance companies refuse to offer his personal injury clients a fair settlement and litigation becomes necessary. Mr. Oliphant’s goal is to take over the burden of personal injury victims and allow them to relax knowing that he will do everything possible to achieve the best result possible. Mr. Oliphant is a member of the Academy of Truck Accident Attorneys and has represented victims of commercial truck accidents. If you have been seriously injured due to the fault of others, please call Mr. Oliphant and schedule a free and confidential consultation today.
Mr. Oliphant also represents developers, land owners, contractors, engineers, and architects in all aspects of real estate and construction law from property entitlements, contract formation, and property disputes to mechanic lien foreclosures. Mr. Oliphant regularly represents design professionals in complex multimillion-dollar construction cases and serves as panel counsel for a large number of insurance companies for construction defect and professional negligence claims.
Mr. Oliphant also represents homeowners’ associations in all aspects of common interest community matters and represents the largest HOA in Northern Nevada. Mr. Oliphant’s leadership in development and construction is reflected in the firm’s clients, which make up the who’s who in Northern Nevada’s real property development and design professional industry.
Mr. Oliphant has served as a keynote speaker and lecturer on a variety of construction law topics for the Builders Association of Northern Nevada, the American Institute of Architects, and the Nevada Association of Land Surveyors.
Mr. Oliphant is a native of Northern Nevada. He received his bachelor degree in business administration with distinction from the University of Nevada. Mr. Oliphant attended law school at the University of Arizona where he graduated summa cum laude and Order of the Coif and served on the Law Review Editorial Board. Mr. Oliphant’s law review Note encouraging the legalization of gaming advertisements was published in the University of Arizona Law Review and has been cited and followed in United States Supreme Court cases and law review articles.