Auto Accidents

Witness Statement for Car Accidents

After a car accident in Las Vegas, a witness statement can be the difference in recovering compensation or not. Therefore, it is critical to ask any eyewitnesses for their contact information since speaking to them immediately isn’t always an option. After you seek medical attention, you can reach out to them and ask for the following details. Important Information to Collect from Witnesses Make sure to ask a witness the following: Where were you in relation to...
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What to Do in a Roadside Emergency

All drivers are susceptible to dozens of scenarios that can cause vehicles to break down while on the road. On a busy highway, stopping on the side of the road can quickly turn into a dangerous situation. Here are some safety tips on what to do in a roadside emergency. 1. Get Out of Harm’s Way Begin moving towards the side of the road at the first sign of trouble. Put the car in neutral and coast...
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High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) Lanes in Nevada

High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) lanes in Nevada, commonly referred to as carpool lanes, are meant to reduce congestion and commuting times. Vehicles are only allowed to travel HOV lanes when two or more people are in a car unless the vehicle is a motorcycle, bus, or emergency vehicle. Violating the carpool law can subject a driver to a fine of at least $250 and adds four demerit points to their driver’s license. In Las Vegas, the penalty...
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What To Do If You’re Injured in a Car Accident as a Passenger?

If you are injured in a car accident as a passenger, you have the ability to file a claim under the at-fault driver's auto insurance policy. In some cases, you may be able to file a claim against both drivers’ insurers, or pursue a personal injury lawsuit if you are denied coverage. What to Do Immediately After an Accident There are some critical steps to take after a car accident as an injured passenger: Call 911 if...
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Nevada Lemon Laws

To keep car dealers from selling defective vehicles and protect consumers, Nevada established lemon laws. What are Lemon Laws? Nevada lemon laws (NRS 597.600-597.688) offer a remedy for purchasers of new vehicles to hold car manufacturers responsible if they are sold a vehicle that fails to meet performance and quality standards and needs constant repairs. After a certain number of repair attempts, consumers have the right to either a refund or a replacement vehicle. When is a...
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