How to Prove Negligence in a Distracted Driver Car Accident

The statistics surrounding Las Vegas car accidents caused by distracted driving are staggering. Most of these accidents could have been easily prevented. The purpose of this blog is to advise on Nevada’s laws that apply to distracted driving and the legal process to prove these claims. Before getting into the legal process of proving…

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When Is a Fatal Car Accident Considered Wrongful Death?      

Every year, thousands of drivers make mistakes behind the wheel that result in devastating car accidents. Unfortunately, many of these accidents are fatal. The Nevada Department of Transportation reported 284 fatal car accidents in 2019 alone. After the death of a loved one in a fatal car accident, surviving family members may be able…

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What Is the Difference Between Wrongful Death Claims and Survival Actions?

Learning that a loved one has passed away in an unexpected accident, such as a car crash or violent attack by a criminal, is extremely distressing. While you search for answers, know that you may be entitled to financial compensation from the person or party at fault for causing your loved one’s death through…

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Safety Tips to Prevent a Car Crash in Las Vegas

Car accidents are one of the most common causes of serious injuries and deaths in Las Vegas. According to crash facts compiled by the Nevada Department of Public Safety, 304 victims lost their lives in traffic accidents in 2019 (the most recent year data is available). Over 1,000 other victims suffered serious injuries that…

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Can a Pre-Existing Injury Affect My Personal Injury Settlement?

Many personal injury claims are handled as if the victim was in perfect physical condition at the time of the accident. In reality, it is common for accident victims to have existing injuries and medical conditions at the time of the accident. If your personal injury case in Nevada involves a pre-existing injury, this…

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What to Do if You Get in an Accident With a Commercial Vehicle

In 2020, 4,842 large trucks were involved in fatal traffic accidents throughout the U.S.  Collisions involving commercial vehicles can be catastrophic. These vehicles are often large and heavy, meaning that the smaller motor vehicle – and its occupants – often suffer extreme harm in a collision. The more you know about commercial vehicle accidents,…

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