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Month: December 2018

Posted on December 11, 2018 in
“Distracted driving” is a term to describe any type of behavior that causes a driver to stop paying attention to the road. Numerous activities can become distractions such as texting and driving or drunk driving, and some states have enacted laws prohibiting specific distracting actions behind the wheel. It’s vital for all Nevada drivers to...
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Every driver must carry an auto insurance policy that satisfies their states’ minimum insurance requirements, and those requirements change from state to state. It is essential for all Nevada drivers to purchase adequate auto insurance coverage. Failure to do so can not only lead to severe legal complications but also significant financial liability. Nevada Auto...
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Witnesses are a crucial element of any car accident lawsuit. Man accidents involve multiple drivers who may disagree about who is to blame for the accident. Unless fault is clear immediately, witnesses will likely be the determining factor in assigning liability for the accident. It’s essential to gather the contact information of all witnesses after...
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A wrongful death claim allows the surviving loved ones of a deceased individual to recover compensation when the deceased’s death happened due to negligence or an intentional act. Many types of compensation may be available to wrongful death claimants, depending on the type of claim, the economic situation of the deceased, and state laws. Damages...
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A wrongful death claim can effectively take the place of an injury claim when the victim dies from his or her injuries or illness. Typically, wrongful death claims arise from negligence, or one party’s failure to exercise appropriate care in each situation. However, it is possible for a claim to arise from an intentional tort,...
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Nevada voters recently passed the Regulation and Taxation of Marijuana Act, effectively legalizing recreational cannabis in Nevada for adults over the age of 21. It is important for all Nevada residents as well as visitors to know the state’s laws concerning cannabis. Although cannabis is effectively legal, regulations in place concern appropriate consumption practices, possession,...