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What to Do After a Hit-and-Run Crash?

April 26, 2022  |  Car Accidents  |  by Legal Team

A hit-and-run car accident means that the at-fault driver breaks state law by fleeing the scene of the crash without stopping. All drivers in Nevada have a legal responsibility to stop at the scene of a collision, check for injuries and exchange information with the other party involved. If you become the victim of a… read more

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What Is the Nevada Statute of Limitations for a Car Accident?

April 26, 2022  |  Car Accidents  |  by Legal Team

If you get injured in a car accident and need to file an injury or property damage claim, you must do so within Nevada’s statute of limitations. This is an important law to know, as filing after the statute of limitations has expired means forfeiting the right to recover financial compensation, in most cases. Learn… read more

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What to Do if You’re in a Car Accident in Las Vegas With No Insurance

March 28, 2022  |  Car Accidents  |  by Legal Team

Car insurance provides a safety net for those involved in car accidents in Las Vegas. It ensures that the driver who caused the crash can afford to pay for a victim’s losses. Insurance is required of all motor vehicle drivers in Nevada. Yet many drivers get behind the wheel without enough or any car insurance… read more

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Can I Collect Damages After a “Minor” Auto Accident?

March 16, 2022  |  Car Accidents  |  by Legal Team

A car accident is a stressful situation under any circumstances. Even a crash that is considered “minor,” with low-level property damage and mild to no injury, can generate expenses and inconvenience for those involved. It is still possible to collect damages, or financial compensation, for a minor auto accident in Nevada. What Damages Are Available… read more

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Car Insurance Requirements in Nevada

February 22, 2022  |  Insurance  |  by Legal Team

Before you can lawfully operate a motor vehicle in the state of Nevada, you must purchase at least the minimum required amounts of car insurance. Car insurance is also called proof of financial responsibility, as it demonstrates that a driver is capable of being financially responsible should he or she cause a car crash. Learn… read more

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Who Can File a Wrongful Death Lawsuit in Nevada?

February 22, 2022  |  Wrongful Death  |  by Legal Team

Losing a loved one is devastating, regardless of the circumstances surrounding the death. If you believe one or more parties had the power to prevent your loved one’s fatal injury or illness, however, it can be even more difficult to accept the loss and heal. A wrongful death lawsuit presents an opportunity to get answers… read more

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How Long Does It Take to Settle a Personal Injury Case?

January 18, 2022  |  Personal Injury  |  by Legal Team

If you get injured in an accident such as a car crash, filing a personal injury case could result in financial compensation awarded to you for your losses. The timeline to settle a personal injury case, however, can be lengthy. Each settlement timeline depends on factors that are unique to the case. Understanding what goes… read more

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Handling a Personal Injury Claim on Your Own vs. Hiring a Lawyer

January 12, 2022  |  Personal Injury  |  by Legal Team

A personal injury claim is an opportunity for an injured accident victim to collect financial compensation for the medical bills, property repairs and other losses associated with a preventable accident in Las Vegas. If another person’s negligence, or failure to act with proper care, gives you an injury, you may have grounds to file a… read more

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What Is the Timeline of a Personal Injury Case in Nevada?

December 15, 2021  |  Personal Injury  |  by Legal Team

You most likely want your personal injury case in Nevada to end as quickly as possible. An expedient case, after all, means collecting the financial compensation that you need to pay your bills sooner. Learn the basic timeline of a personal injury case so that you know what to expect from the legal process. While… read more

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Elements of a Negligence Case in Nevada

December 15, 2021  |  Car Accidents  |  by Legal Team

If you get injured in an accident in Nevada, you may have grounds to file a personal injury claim. You generally must prove, however, that someone was negligent and that this caused or significantly contributed to the accident. Most personal injury cases are based on the legal doctrine of negligence. The definition of negligence is… read more

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