Nevada’s Car Inspection Laws

Like many states in recent years, Nevada has passed laws requiring drivers in the state to have their motor vehicles undergo smog checks and other inspections before registering them. These requirements are meant to reduce emissions and help the environment. In this guide, the Las Vegas car accident lawyers at Koch and Brim lay…

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

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…

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

You most likely want your Las Vegas personal injury case 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….

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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 Law

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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