Auto Accidents

Auto Accidents on the Las Vegas Strip

Las Vegas is the party city of America, where everyone goes to forget their worries and have a good time. No one anticipates getting into an accident when they wake up in the morning. Though it’s no one’s intention, it may not be too surprising that Las Vegas has a relatively high rate of car collisions. There are several reasons for this, such as the large number of tourists who are unfamiliar with the area. If you...
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Injured In A Car Driven By Your Friend?

Were you injured in a car collision when you were not the driver? You have rights to collect compensation from the responsible driver. What if you were in a car when a loved one or friend was driving? You may not want to seek compensation from that driver, but you might if the insurance company is paying out. Every case is unique and it's best to consult with a Las Vegas car accident attorney to discuss what...
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Federal Regulator Plans to Investigate Recent Tesla Crash

Self-driving cars are apparently the future of personal travel, with Elon Musk's car company Tesla at the forefront of this movement. Self-driving cars come with great benefits, such as the ability to spend commute time working, reading, or eating breakfast, decreased traffic due to smarter driving capabilities, and decreased car collisions. While things seem to be going quite well for Musk's mission to Mars, his self-driving company seems to have snagged. It's important that if you or...
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Does Hands-Free Technology Improve Safety?

In such an ever-moving culture, people want to multitask as much as possible. With GPS and Bluetooth capabilities in many vehicles on the market today, it's easy to get directions to the grocery or to call your mother while you're driving. While everyone knows it's dangerous to text while driving (texting while driving is more likely to cause a crash than drunk driving, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration), are hands-free devices the answer? In...
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How to Handle a Drunk Driving Auto Accident

Throughout the United States as well as in the state of Nevada, drunk driving is a leading cause of car collisions. According to the CDC, over 10,000 people were killed in the year 2015 alone. This means nearly a third of all traffic-related deaths and 16% of traffic-related deaths of children under 15 years of age involve alcohol. This is only fatalities related to drunk driving collisions. Many more incidences include severe injuries such as traumatic brain...
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