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Wrist Injuries After a Las Vegas Car Accident

Wrist Injuries After a Las Vegas Car Accident

Anticipation on the part of a driver or passenger of an imminent crash can cause either individual to act in a defensive fashion to protect themself. It is instinctive when you fall or if you are slamming on the brakes to avoid hitting another automobile that you would put your arms forward to stabilize and brace yourself from the collision. As a result of this, victims of Las Vegas car accidents can suffer mild to serious wrist injuries. Whether [...]

Critical Evidence after a Nevada Motorcycle Accident

Critical Evidence after a Nevada Motorcycle Accident

Riding a motorcycle is an enjoyable pastime for some, but motorcycles are very dangerous. The lack of protection a motorcyclist has means that any type of crash can cause significant bodily harm. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that every year more than 30,000 people lose their life in a motorcycle crash. Devastating Nevada motorcycle crashes not only cause significant bodily harm and death but are also very expensive. In 2013 alone, individuals who died in motorcycle [...]

SUVs Pose High-Risk of Rollover Accidents in Las Vegas

SUVs Pose High-Risk of Rollover Accidents in Las Vegas

SUVs are a popular vehicle choice for many reasons. These larger automobiles offer style, comfort, and more space. The space aspect makes SUVs, along with vans, a well-liked choice for families. In 2020, the favorite SUV in the United States was the Toyota RAV4 followed by the Honda CR-V. While there are several benefits to owning an SUV, there is also an increased risk for a rollover incident to occur. Rollover accidents can be catastrophic and are one of the [...]

What Happens If The Police Don't Cath A Hit-and-Run Driver in Las Vegas

What Happens If The Police Don’t Catch A Hit-and-Run Driver in Las Vegas?

Recently, Las Vegas police held a press conference to address two incidents of hit-and-run accidents where pedestrians were the victims. Both of these accidents are currently unsolved. All it takes for a hit-and-run accident to happen is for one party involved in the crash to leave the scene without providing information or obtaining medical assistance to anyone who is hurt. When a crash happens and one party leaves without doing anything and doesn’t report the incident, this is unlawful. [...]

Who is to Blame for a Las Vegas Restaurant Injury Accident

Who is to Blame for a Las Vegas Restaurant Injury Accident?

Accidents can happen almost anywhere and for any reason. When you go out to eat at a restaurant you expect that the environment will be safe and that the people that work there will also not put you at risk of harm. For the most part, going out to eat is a fun and leisurely activity for people to enjoy a good meal. When a situation at a restaurant leads to an injured patron, the patron has the right [...]

Will You Have to Pay Taxes on Your Nevada Personal Injury Settlement

Will You Have to Pay Taxes on Your Nevada Personal Injury Settlement?

The best outcome for a victim of an injury accident in Las Vegas is to win your case and get a fair settlement for your damages. Once a victim secures their money, a common question is if it will be taxed. For the most part, the settlement you receive from your Nevada personal injury claim will be tax-free, but there may be specific parts of your settlement that are subject to taxes.  What Parts of a Personal Injury Settlement in [...]

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