Author: Sam Mirejovsky

cars in highway

As the home to numerous resorts and tourist attractions, Nevada has a significant number of out-of-state drivers. Today, many people are moving to Nevada from California. That adds to the frequency of out-of-state drivers being involved in car accidents in Nevada. As car accident attorneys in Las Vegas, we at…

Man driving and looking at his phone

As ridesharing services – primarily Uber and Lyft – have grown in popularity in Las Vegas and across Nevada, accidents involving ridesharing drivers have increased as well. Passengers, other motorists, and pedestrians injured in ridesharing accidents often encounter insurers trying to deny liability and complex explanations of who might eventually…

distracted driving cell phone

Are you able to watch your favorite show while you talk with a friend on the phone? Of course not. You can only focus on one of these activities at a time. The same is true when you use your cell phone while you drive. Even if both of your…

Sam & Ash Injury Law are the personal injury lawyers who do What’s Right. Not all lawyers do, and you may know this because you hired a bad one. But just because you hired a bad lawyer doesn’t mean you have to remain stuck with them. You can upgrade your…

calculating car insurance bills

Most drivers only know about the liability car insurance they are required to carry. They also believe their full coverage policy gives everything they need. However, liability and full coverage may not help you as much as you think. Because there are many situations that require compensation, insurance companies provide…

Grimshaw v. Ford Motor Company became one of the most famous car accident cases in 1978 when a jury returned a $125 million punitive damages award, the largest amount against an automaker at the time. A Tragic Car Accident In 1972, a new Ford Pinto stalled on the freeway and then…

drunk driver about to cause an accident

Experiencing a car accident isn’t ordinary for you. However, you may think ordinarily after an accident you exchange information with the other driver. But when you discover the other driver appears drunk, you may wonder how that changes your case. How do you pursue a claim against a drunk driver?…

Escola V. Coca Cola Bottling Company

In 1944 The Supreme Court of California issued a landmark opinion in the case of Escola v. Coca-Cola Bottling Company. The case presented facts and legal questions that remain relevant to personal injury law today. The Case While stocking glass bottles of Coca-Cola in the refrigerator at a restaurant she…

How to Stay Safe over Labor Day Weekend Labor Day is a holiday that honors the American labor movement and the contributions of workers to the well-being of our country. The three-day weekend was first recognized as a federal holiday in 1894 and continues a tradition of celebrations marking the…

mcdonalds coffee fire

History has a habit of repeating itself. It is said that the first occurrence of an event is a tragedy and its second is a farce. But an exception to this rule comes from lawsuits against McDonald’s for hot coffee spills. The media has always publicized these cases as absurd….