Auto Accidents

Tire Blowout Accident Lawsuits

When a tire blowout causes a motor vehicle accident, it may have been due to defective manufacturing, design, or installation. If that is the case, another party may be liable. Potentially Liable Parties in a Tire Blowout Accident Lawsuit Who can be held liable for a tire blowout accident will depend on why the tire failed. For example: Tire Manufacturer Liability If the tire blew due to a defect in its manufacturing, you may have a lawsuit...
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Common Back Injuries From a Car Accident

Car accidents can cause severe back injuries, and victims often face a lifetime of pain and impairment. Claims are commonly pursued for the following types of back injuries after a collision. Bone Fractures The force of a car accident often causes lower and middle back compression fractures. When one of the 33 bones that protect the spinal cord are cracked or damaged, they often fall into one of the following categories: Burst Fracture: When parts of the...
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How Do I Prove That a Driver Was Distracted After an Accident?

Distracted driving is the number one cause of car accidents. What do you do if you were involved in an accident that wasn’t your fault? How can you prove that the other driver was distracted: be it texting, reading social media, talking on the phone, or even just not paying attention? Not all distractions are because of phone usage. There are three forms of distracted driving: visual, manual, and cognitive. No one distraction is worse than the...
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Blurred Vision After a Car Accident

Have you ever heard of someone claiming they have blurred vision after a car accident? It’s a genuine issue for some survivors of a car accident. In this article, you will learn what causes blurred vision after a car accident and how a Las Vegas car collision lawyer may be able to help you. Contact us today for your free, confidential case evaluation if you or a loved one has experienced blurred vision after a car accident....
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Memory Loss After an Accident

While it is common for many people to experience temporary memory loss after an accident, in some cases, memory loss could be a sign of a traumatic brain injury. In this article, you will learn the common types of memory loss after an accident and how it can affect your life. If you or someone you love suffers from memory loss after a car accident, contact a Las Vegas car accident attorney today for a free, confidential...
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