Elements of a Negligence Case in Nevada

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…

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Who Is Liable for Damages After a Rideshare Accident?

Rideshare has become one of the most popular transportation options for getting around Las Vegas. Although calling an Uber or Lyft is certainly safer than attempting to drive back to your home or hotel under the influence, rideshare vehicles can get into collisions just like standard motor vehicles. If you suffer injuries or property…

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Nevada Seat Belt Laws

You should always be prepared for the possibility of getting into a car accident. One of the most important things that you can do to protect yourself from personal injury is to wear a seat belt. Seat belts are so vital in preventing serious injuries that all 50 states have passed some type of…

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Is Nevada a No-Fault State?

If you get into a car accident in Nevada, you will find yourself dealing with the insurance claims process. Even if this isn’t your first car accident insurance claim, you may find the process confusing – especially if you are an out-of-state driver who got into an accident while visiting Las Vegas. Your first…

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How Long Can You Wait Before You File a Claim for Injuries from a Car Accident?

In Nevada, you have two years to file a claim for injuries from a car accident. If you delay filing your claim until after the two years a court will likely refuse to hear your case. Although two years sounds like a lot of time, when you are trying to recover from your injuries you…

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What Happens When an Unlicensed Driver Hits Your Car?

Even safe drivers can be in accidents.  It is especially frustrating when your car is hit by a driver who doesn’t even have a license.  Sadly, many unlicensed drivers not only don’t have licenses, they also don’t have insurance, leaving you with property damage and or even bodily harm. What to Do if You’ve…

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