Traffic Talk: What to Do If You Witness a Pedestrian Accident? Nov11

Traffic Talk: What to Do If You Witness a Pedestrian Accident?

Any car accident is bad, but when there’s a pedestrian involved it can be a real nightmare. The potential for horrific damage is far higher, and witnessing such an accident can be traumatic. Many people are stunned, shocked and confused when they see a pedestrian get struck by a car, and they don’t know what they should do, how t...

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Most Common Car Accident Injuries Nov04

Most Common Car Accident Injuries

The kinds of injuries resulting from car accidents are many and multiform. They can cause everything from minor cuts and bruises to severe external and internal damage that requires long-term hospitalization. Understanding these kinds of accidents can be important to getting compensation for your misfortune. Learn about the most comm...

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What to Do if You Get Pulled Over by a Las Vegas Police Officer Oct20

What to Do if You Get Pulled Over by a Las Vegas Police Officer

Nobody wants to get pulled over. It’s a stressful time, and your immediate reaction is likely to get defensive, but it’s important to remember, to take the right steps and actions to ensure a positive reaction between you and the police officer. Remember, given recent media events, police officers...

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How to Protect Yourself from Uninsured Motorists Oct05

How to Protect Yourself from Uninsured Motorists

It’s unfortunate, but settling car accidents isn’t always as cut-and-dried as we would like it to be. You’re looking at a lot of damage to your vehicle and possibly medical bills stacking up, only to discover that the person who caused the damage isn’t even covered to take care of it. This is where uninsured motorist coverage...

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What to Do if Your Neighbor’s Dog Bites Your Child Sep22

What to Do if Your Neighbor’s Dog Bites Your Child

Dog bites can be terrifying and carry untold consequences with them, from infections to severe injury and even disease. When a dog attacks, victims are outraged, confused and frightened. The problem is even worse when the victim is a child and the dog belongs to a neighbor. What do you do right away, and how do you deal with the stre...

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3 Steps to Take When Injured on Vacation Aug29

3 Steps to Take When Injured on Vacation

Vacationing in Nevada, especially the Las Vegas area, is a goal for travelers worldwide. People want to experience the casinos, nightlife and restaurants. However, things can take a turn for the worse if you suffer an accident or sustain an injury. This great city, just like anywhere else, can be fun but also dangerous if you do not ...

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What You Shouldn’t Post on Social Media Because It Can Be Used Against You in Court Aug19

What You Shouldn’t Post on Social Media Because It Can Be Used Against You in Court

Although freedom of speech is a right protected by the first amendment, an employer has the right to terminate you for any conduct deemed “inappropriate” by company standards. First amendment rights are meant to protect a citizen’s statements about the government. Any statements made about other entities may not be protected. ...

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Causes of Las Vegas Wrong-Way Accidents Feb15

Causes of Las Vegas Wrong-Way Accidents

A wrong-way crash in Nevada recently caused a fatality. A 34-year-old driver was traveling southbound on I-580 in the northbound lanes. The motorist reportedly struck an Expedition, killing the passenger in the Expedition. The driver of the Expedition was transported to the hospital with critical injuries. The initial wrong-way head-...

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Traumatic Brain Injury Dec14

Traumatic Brain Injury

Brain Injury And Car Accidents - Brain Injury Lawyer Paul S. Padda Following a car accident, many people experience pain in their back and assume that their injuries are limited to the spinal column. While this is often true, advances in technology and medical testing are leading many doctors to also explore the possibility of brain...

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Another High-School Football Player Dies from Head Trauma Oct30

Another High-School Football Player Dies from Head Trauma

Earlier last month, a 17-year-old high-school football player died after he was injured in the final play of the game. According to one local news , the boy was able to make it off the field initially but then collapsed. He was shortly thereafter pronounced dead. The cause of death, according to the medical examiner, was "blunt force...

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