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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Liability for a School Sports Injury

Parents want their children to be active. Participating in sports is important for physical and mental development in children and some schools require students to participate in physical education (PE) classes. In addition to mandatory PE classes, some students voluntarily participate in team sports. The worry for parents is the safety of their children…

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How are Pre-Existing Conditions Treated in a Personal Injury Case?

Accidents and sudden, unexpected injuries are frightening, traumatic, and painful. All too often, the distress continues long after the initial injury, when injury victims must navigate Nevada’s at-fault insurance laws to recover compensation for damages. Nevada’s comparative negligence insurance laws allow injury victims to claim compensation for damages as long as they are no…

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Injured at Work: Should I File for Workers’ Compensation or Personal Injury?  

Workplace accidents and injuries happen every day in Nevada. You may never expect to be a victim of one, but if the unexpected happens, it is important to know how to protect your legal rights. You may be eligible for financial compensation through one or more legal outlets. If you are deciding between filing…

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Symptoms of Emotional Distress After a Personal Injury     

Getting involved in an accident can affect you in more ways than one. You may suffer from physical injuries, but you could also experience significant emotional distress or the signs of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). This invisible type of harm can be just as difficult to deal with and overcome as your visible injuries….

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OSHA’s Top 5 Safety Violations  

The workplace can be a dangerous setting – especially if employers or coworkers are negligent. An agency known as the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is responsible for enforcing federal workplace safety laws and codes to keep workers safe. They send agents to inspect worksites around the country to search for safety violations….

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