Auto Accidents

Winter Driving Results In More Auto Accidents In Vegas

As the winter weather moves in, driving becomes more and more dangerous. With the abnormal weather patterns in recent years, especially cold temperatures and precipitation is surprising individuals in many regions that are not familiar with driving in these conditions. Not only do the roads themselves become more dangerous to drive on, other drivers are increasingly likely to lose control or make a careless mistake and collide with you. No matter how prepared and confident you are...
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Brake Failure Accidents

Being involved in a car collision can be a very frightening experience that is all too common in America. When a car crash is due to brake failure, it can become more complicated to determine who is to blame for the collision. If there truly was a brake failure, there are several people or entities that may be responsible. The driver of the vehicle will claim that he or she is not responsible for the property damage...
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Whiplash Injuries from Rear-End Accidents

Rear-end car collisions are one of the most common form of vehicular accidents. Though they have a reputation for being minor, they can cause severe property damages and injury. These damages can be more severe when a heavy, high-riding vehicle such as a van or SUV collides with a smaller car. If you have suffered any injuries from a rear end collision, make sure to speak to a Las Vegas car accident attorney immediately. What is Whiplash?...
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Most Common Type of Car Accidents in Las Vegas

Car accidents are very common throughout the United States, and Nevada is no exception. Below is a brief discussion of 12 of the most common types of automobile collisions. If you are injured in any type of accident, it’s best to speak to an auto accident attorney in Las Vegas who can examine your case and determine the best legal actions to take. Distracted Driving With more portable technology now than ever, driver distractions have risen to...
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Cop Soaked by a Tidal Wave of Beer

A Nevada police officer got a big surprise this Wednesday morning! He had just pulled over a motorist for speeding on the highway when a tractor trailer suddenly lost control and sent its cargo, 1,000 lbs of beer, straight at the officer in the form of a tidal wave. The police officer, Trooper Travis Smaka of the Nevada Highway Patrol, had just pulled over a motorist for speeding on Interstate 15 and was approaching the vehicle’s passenger...
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