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Las Vegas Metro Again Responding to Noninjury Accidents

  According to a January 2016 report in the Las Vegas Review Journal, Las Vegas police are responding again to non injury automobile crashes. This is good news for motorists.  Due to a manpower shortage, in March 2014 the Las … Continue reading

The Risks Associated With Bicycle Accidents

Millions of people enjoy riding their bicycles regularly.  Bicycling is good for your health, it is easy on your wallet, and it is good for the environment. As with every form of travel, there is a risk of injury when … Continue reading

A Warning for Pedestrians

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Accidents involving pedestrians, and especially those with children, can be heartbreaking. With just a little effort, most pedestrian accidents can be prevented. If you or a loved one was injured in a roadside walking accident, contact our Las Vegas pedestrian … Continue reading

Distracted Driving

According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (the “CDC”), every day in the United States more than 9 people are killed and more than 1,153 people are injured in automobile accidents that involve a distracted driver. Types of … Continue reading

If you don’t feel pain after an accident does that mean you aren’t hurt?

Many people who have been in an accident assume that if they don’t feel pain right away they have not been hurt. Some injuries, such as concussions and soft tissue injuries, are common in auto accidents and can be very … Continue reading

What we do for you when we handle your case?

What does Koch & Brim do for you when we handle your injury case? Most people are overwhelmed when they have been hurt in an accident. They are in pain. They don’t know what to say to the insurance company, … Continue reading

What to do AFTER you have been in an accident

You have been in an accident, and you have done everything you should have done to stay safe and to accurately report the accident. What do you do after all that? What you should do AFTER the accident (1) See … Continue reading

What if you are a passenger in a car accident?

            It is usually easier for a passenger in a car accident to make a claim for damages because the passenger did not cause the accident.  If the accident involved two or more cars, at least one of the drivers, … Continue reading

The Importance of Having a Lawyer Personally Handle Your Case

  Our clients often complain that at other law offices their cases have been handled by secretaries and paralegals, not by an actual injury lawyer. Many clients tell us that they never even saw the lawyer they thought they were … Continue reading

The Importance of Documenting Your Accident in Nevada

Most people who are hurt in a car accident don’t realize that they have been injured until hours or even days later. If a trained police officer does not investigate at the time the accident occurs it may difficult or … Continue reading

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