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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Liability for the Route 91 Shooting in Las Vegas

Liability for the Las Vegas shooting that occurred at the Route 91 Harvest Festival may be shared by MGM Resorts, festival organizer Live Nation, and others whose actions led to or contributed to the loss of life, physical injuries, and psychological trauma that occurred. The actions and response of each […]

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Do Small Trucks Fall Short on Safety?

Driving small trucks may pose a considerable risk of injury or death for drivers. As with compact cars, small trucks have less mass which means they have reduced capacity to absorb the energy that is transmitted in an automobile accident. Many small truck owners purchase smaller trucks to save money […]

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We Help Victims of the Las Vegas Shooting

The Mandalay Bay Shooting on October 1st is the deadliest mass shooting in American history, and victims and their surviving family members have the right to pursue compensation for medical expenses, lost wages, loss of quality of life, physical and emotional trauma, and wrongful deaths that occurred. Because of the […]

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Are FDA Approved Medications Safe?

According to studies conducted by Yale University, as many as one in every three FDA approved medications may pose serious health and safety risks to users. The study highlights the fact that many of the drugs consumers consider safe may, in fact, have potentially devastating drug interactions and health risks […]

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Will Concussion Fears Sideline High School Football?

Sports concussions are a growing concern within high school athletic programs. Some schools are considering removing high school football from the program to reduce the potential for injuries. These schools are making this decision based on data that shows irrefutable evidence linking the damage caused by concussions to long-term disabilities […]

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