Las Vegas Pedestrian Safety Basics

Las Vegas can be a dangerous place for pedestrians due to heavy motor vehicle and pedestrian traffic, especially in tourist hotspots such as The Strip. Hazards such as intoxicated and distracted drivers make walking in Las Vegas even more dangerous. Before you visit Las Vegas or walk The Strip, learn a few basic pedestrian…

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How to Deal With an Aggressive Driver

Road rage and aggressive driving are serious threats on Nevada’s roadways. Aggressive drivers are more likely to engage in dangerous and reckless driving behaviors that can lead to accidents, such as speeding, racing, weaving in and out of lanes, and tailgating. If you encounter an aggressive driver, it is important to know how to…

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Defining Defective Property Conditions

Defective property conditions can be found on any premises, public or private. Property defects can pose serious health and safety threats to visitors, especially if they are not obvious to the average person. If you get injured due to a defective condition on someone else’s property in Nevada, you may have grounds to file…

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Construction Site Dangers That Bystanders Should Be Aware Of

Construction is one of the deadliest industries in America according to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. However, construction sites are not only dangerous for workers. Bystanders can also suffer significant injuries when passing through construction sites, especially if the site contains hidden hazards. If you were the victim of an accident in a…

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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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New Nevada Law Changes How Highway Shoulders Are Used

As of January 1, 2024, new legislation in Nevada allows authorized motor vehicle drivers to drive on the paved shoulder of a highway under certain circumstances. This right is limited to certain vehicles and designated areas of Nevada highways only. Its purpose is to ease traffic congestion and allow certain workers to get to…

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