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What to Do If You’ve Been Injured in a Bus Accident

Bus accidents can be very serious due to the sheer size and weight of these vehicles – leading to severe injuries, property damage, and emotional trauma, among other damages. If you have mounting medical bills, weeks of lost wages, and other losses, you can recover compensation through a personal injury lawsuit or insurance claim with the help of a Las Vegas bus accident lawyer. Follow these st...

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What to Do If You Get in a Car Accident with No Insurance

A major part of being a responsible driver is to carry a minimum amount of car insurance – in fact, Nevada state law requires you to do so. However, you may not have insurance for a number of reasons, from finances to a lack of time. If you are in a car accident and do not have insurance, here are some steps you can take with the help of a Las Vegas car accident attorney to protect yourself and...

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How to Report a Boating Accident in Nevada

Boating on Nevada’s beautiful lakes is a popular pastime in our state. Just like operating a car, however, operating a boat carries a risk of an accident. Nevada state law requires you to report any boating accidents to the Nevada Department of Wildlife (NDOW). When you report a boating accident to NDOW, you can strengthen your case in a future insurance claim or personal injury lawsuit with th...

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What Is a Mass Tort?

Personal injuries do not always occur to just one individual. Sometimes, you can suffer an injury from a defective product or event – and later realize that many other people have the same experience as you do. In these situations, you can choose to pursue a claim on your own or you can pursue the claim alongside the other injured people. These cases are known as mass torts and can be carried o...

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5 Ways to Prevent a Swimming Pool Accident

The weather is hot here in Nevada, and many families are beating the heat by installing swimming pools in their backyards or visiting the community pool. However, pools can be dangerous, especially for young children – they carry the risk of drowning death and other injuries, including brain damage. In some situations, you could file a lawsuit or insurance claim against the at-fault party with ...

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Can I Sue Uber or Lyft If I Get into an Accident?

Rideshare apps are a popular way to get around Las Vegas, helping tourists and locals alike travel the city easily. However, riding in an Uber or Lyft poses the risk of getting into an accident. What happens when you suffer injuries while riding in an Uber or Lyft, or if the at-fault driver in your accident is an Uber or Lyft driver? A compassionate Las Vegas Uber Accident Attorney can help. U...

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Can a Bar or Bartender Be Liable for a DUI Accident?

If you suffered injuries in an accident due to a drunk driver, you may know you can hold the driver liable for your damages in a personal injury lawsuit or insurance claim. In some states, you can hold the bar or bartender who served the at-fault driver alcohol liable in your claim as well. However, Nevada limits your ability to hold alcohol vendors responsible due to its limited dram shop laws...

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Who Is Liable in a Chain Reaction Car Accident?

Car accidents are a very common occurrence on Nevada roads. However, not all accidents are as straightforward as a fender-bender or any collision involving two vehicles. Sometimes, chain reaction accidents can occur, where multiple cars collide into each other. In these situations, it can be difficult to determine who is at-fault for the accident. What Is a Chain Reaction Accident? A chain re...

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Can I Sue a Company for a Data Breach?

Our world depends on digital databases. When we provide our sensitive information to places such as financial institutions, stores, and hospitals, we expect that they will guard our digital data responsibly. However, data breaches and cyberattacks to these databases can expose our vulnerable information and put us at risk of financial and personal damages. If you suffer losses as a result of a ...

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How to Prove Fault in a Slip and Fall Case

Slip and fall accidents can lead to significant injuries, including sprains, lacerations, and broken bones. You could experience weeks or even months of recovery time, leading to lost wages and expensive medical bills. You can claim compensation for your injuries through a slip and fall claim or lawsuit, but you will need to prove that the property owner was liable for your accident. To prove f...

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