Tracy Eglet is a founding partner of the distinguished plaintiff’s law firm Eglet Law Group, now Eglet Prince, in Las Vegas, Nevada. She has been practicing law since 1993, largely on behalf of injured persons and in the areas of product defect and general negligence. Tracy is considered by her peers as one of the most successful female attorneys in Nevada. She has been honored as one of The Top 100 Trial Lawyers by The National Trial Lawyers Association; is a longstanding member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum; honored as a Guardian of Justice and sustaining Pillar Member by The Nevada Justice Association and as Patron by the Nevada Law Foundation. Tracy was also featured as the cover story entitled “Drive to Win Tracy Eglet” in Las Vegas Woman Magazine Summer of 2013. Most recently, Tracy Eglet was named one of the Readers’ Choice Awards Top 100 Lawyers in Las Vegas for 2015 by MYVEGAS Magazine, Winter 2015 issue.
Tracy has settled over $350 million in catastrophic injury lawsuits, managed and mediated hundreds of cases, selected juries of whose verdicts exceeded $50 million, and when she served as Managing Partner of the firm, she very successfully managed this multi-million dollar law firm, its employees and operations for over 10 years. As a result, the firm has been named in the Top 50 trial law firms multiple times in recent years and named one of the Top 12 Plaintiff Injury Firms in the United States by the National Law Journal 2014.
Tracy’s skill, strategy, and tenacity in preparing cases help position her clients to obtain the highest value in settlements and verdicts. Her professional growth has landed her in the position of Lead Negotiator at her firm. She has solely negotiated hundreds of product defect and general negligence cases, with settlements totaling over $350 million. Some notable settlements include $6 million due for spine injuries received on defective arcade equipment, $7.5 million for spine injuries received in an auto accident, and $1.9 million as a result of a buffet food poisoning. In addition, she co-negotiated one of Nevada’s largest product settlements against one of the world’s biggest drug companies. Her strong affinity for product defect litigation came about early in her career after she effected nationwide change in the design of a manufacturing machine that seriously injured her client’s arm while he was on-the-job.