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How Long After a Nevada Car Accident Can You Claim an Injury?

If you are a driver injured in a car accident in Nevada, you need to report it to the police and to your auto insurance carrier right away. If for some reason police do not investigate an accident that has caused injury, death or $750 or more in property damage,…

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Accident and Injury Cases Involving Children

One of the worst feelings a parent can have is being told their child has been injured in an accident. Parents cannot watch over their children at all times. Children can be hurt in accidents while on their own or while under the supervision of other adults. But when someone…

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Car Accident Laws in California and Nevada

Drivers in California and Nevada are required to carry auto insurance so that when someone is injured in a car accident their losses are covered. State laws in California and Nevada affect everything from how and when you can file a claim for compensation after a car accident to how…

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Vehicle Accident Car Fires

You may have noticed a recent rash of car fires in the Las Vegas area: ** A car fire on June 14 spread to a gas pump at an East Valley gas station before it was extinguished. ** A tractor-trailer on northbound Interstate 15 at Washington Avenue was reported on…

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What Happens To a Motorcyclist in an Uninsured Motorist Accident?

In Nevada, motorcycle riders are required by law to have the same liability insurance that is required for automobile owners. This mandatory insurance pays for injuries to others or damage to their property if the policyholder is responsible for an accident. But your motorcycle liability insurance will not cover your…

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Out-of-State Car Accident Jurisdiction Lawyer

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…

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Best Places to Stop When Driving to Las Vegas

There’s no other vacation spot quite like Las Vegas. But the trip to Las Vegas is part of the fun if you are driving. There’s plenty to see along the way, no matter where in the U.S. Southwest or West you are coming from. Below are some best bets for…

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How To File a Ridesharing Accident Claim in Nevada

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…

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Distracted Driving Accidents

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…

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Who Pays When a Defective Car Causes Your Accident

Driver negligence is not the only cause of car accidents. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimates 2% of car accidents involve a defective car. These are product liability cases. Product liability is a claim against a commercial seller of a defective product that causes an injury. Almost any product…

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