Is Your Laptop Safe?

Lithium-ion batteries power everything from phones to laptops, and the power contained within these powerful batteries creates a strong potential for explosions and fires. When these devices fail and cause explosions or fires, manufacturers, distributors, suppliers, and maintenance technicians can be held liable for the personal injuries and deaths they […]

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Have You Been Prescribed Dangerous Drugs?

Physicians are prescribing medications at unprecedented rates and many of these medications can cause harmful side effects, drug addictions and harmful interactions that can result in personal injuries and wrongful deaths. To protect themselves, consumers should actively research their prescription medications and verify that the drugs won’t cause unnecessary harm. […]

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Driving Through the Haze

Foggy conditions can present a serious risk of accidents and injuries to Nevada motorists. Most fog in Nevada occurs around Elko, Reno, and Winnemucca. Once or twice a year, it also appears around Las Vegas or Ely. When fog appears, it is crucial for motorists to take active measures to […]

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Burn Injuries Often Cause Long-Term Psychological Distress

Burn injuries can cause persistent psychological distress that can affect job performance and quality of life. These hidden injuries require long-term counseling and treatment that can last throughout an individual’s lifetime. In Nevada, burn injury victims and their Las Vegas personal injury attorney can seek compensation for mental health treatments […]

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Predictive Technology to Reduce Car Accidents

Accident rates could be reduced by the development of predictive technology that can identify areas prone to congestion and the potential for automobile accidents. There are several systems currently in development by companies including Israel based Waycare. These systems compile data from in-vehicle navigation systems, traffic signals, weather monitoring stations, […]

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When Businesses Breach Their Duty of Care

Businesses have a duty of care that includes protecting their clients from financial and physical harm. When a business breaches this duty of care, it can be held liable for the injuries or financial damages these actions create. In Nevada, individuals must show that actual damages resulted. It is not […]

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