Cyclist Visibility Techniques

Every year, unsuspecting cyclists suffer serious injuries in bicycle-vehicle collisions in Nevada. Many bike accidents involve low bicyclist visibility or distracted drivers. While these crashes may not be the cyclist’s fault, it is clear who stands to lose the most in this type of collision. Before you ride a bike in Nevada, take steps…

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Nevada’s “Move Over” Laws Explained

Every year, hundreds of roadside workers get injured in motor vehicle accidents. Distracted, careless and reckless drivers can come too close to roadside emergency personnel or utility workers and strike them, often causing serious or fatal injuries. In an effort to reduce the number of these accidents, Nevada passed a “Move Over” Law that…

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Is Reconstructive Surgery Covered by Personal Injury Damages?

Many severe types of accidents, such as catastrophic car crashes and dog attacks, cause disfiguring injuries that require reconstructive surgery. If a victim is deemed to require reconstructive surgery, the cost of the operation could be included as a compensable damage in a subsequent injury claim. Get help from a Las Vegas personal injury…

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What to Expect When Filing a Wrongful Death Claim  

A wrongful death claim is an emotional and challenging type of civil lawsuit in Nevada. It requires a family member or claimant to successfully navigate the state’s wrongful death laws and go up against intimidating insurance companies – often while still grieving the loss of a loved one. Working with an experienced Las Vegas…

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Why Some Personal Injury Cases Go To Trial  

The majority of personal injury cases do not go to trial. They reach settlements, or agreements to resolve a legal dispute outside of court. Settlements are typically desired over trials, as they are faster, easier and the outcome remains within each party’s control. However, there are circumstances where a Las Vegas personal injury lawyer…

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Common Parking Lot Premises Liability Concerns

Owners and occupiers of premises owe a duty to invitees to use reasonable care to keep their premises in a reasonably safe condition for use by invitees. When you enter a premises with the express or implied permission of the owner or occupier, you are an invitee. The duty of an owner or  occupier…

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