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4th of July Safety Tips

The 4th of July in Las Vegas is a lot of fun, but it does come with some safety concerns that need to be dealt with until well after the party’s over. As revelers roll into town to celebrate the holiday, it is important to take extra precautions to avoid[…]

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When Tire Defects Cause Serious Accidents

Even minor defects in a tire can cause it to falter and fail which can cause the driver to lose control over the vehicle. Motor vehicle accidents in Nevada caused by defective tires are a common cause of injuries and fatalities. When defects cause a crash, manufacturers, distributors, retailers, and mechanics are[…]

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Will CARES Act Funds Make Las Vegas Safer?

Las Vegas officials plan to utilize significant funds allocated through the CARES Act to pay for public safety personnel in a move that could make the city a little safer. These funds will go towards hiring personnel and purchasing equipment designed to bolster the city’s preparedness for events such as the[…]

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Should Your Las Vegas Accident Case Go to Trial?

Some personal injury cases should go to trial, and some should not. Roughly nine out of every ten automobile accident insurance claims are settled out of court. In many cases, a trial isn’t necessary, nor is it the only option, to recover compensation for a motor vehicle accident claim in Nevada. Often,[…]

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A Pain Journal May Help Your Injury Case

Keeping a pain journal establishes a record of the severity of symptoms and the impact the injury has on daily life. A personal injury attorney in Las Vegas can use this journal to support a personal injury claim. By recording this information, plaintiff’s establish when, where, how long, and what activities exacerbate[…]

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Civil Liability for Coronavirus Injuries

People who get sick with COVID-19 may pursue legal action for their illness-associated losses. An infectious disease able to spread through person-to-person contact, the coronavirus pandemic has swept the state of Nevada, the U.S., and the world. As of May 6, 2020, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report[…]

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COVID 19 Changes

Dear valued clients,First and foremost, let us extend our deepest gratitude for your trust in our firm and wish you good health during this time. The news relating to COVID-19 requires us to evaluate health-related concerns, while meeting your legal needs. Our office is still open and continuing to operate,[…]

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