Auto Accidents

Heather Harris discusses Las Vegas DUI Laws

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Photos of Kamesha and Gabriell

The Families of Kamesha Gilmore and Gabriell Thomas held a brief news conference today to thank the public for the support they have received. The families are very thankful for everyone that has contributed to the memorial funds and to help with funeral expenses via the following Go Fund Me accounts: Kamesha Gilmore - https://www.gofundme.com/f/nyy7ws Gabriell Thomas - https://www.gofundme.com/f/GabriellThomas  The family of Kamesha Gilmore is represented by Harris & Harris Injury Lawyers.
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Families of Kamesha Gilmore and Gabriell Thomas to hold press conference Wednesday, March 11

PRESS RELEASE Families of Kamesha Gilmore and Gabriell Thomas to hold press conference Wednesday, March 11 For Immediate Release Las Vegas – March 10, 2015 The families of Kamesha Gilmore and Gabriell Thomas will make a joint statement at a press conference on Wednesday, March 11, 2015, at 400 South 7th St. in Las Vegas at 10:00am. Kamesha, or "Mesha" as she was known to her family and friends, as well as her lifelong friend Gabriell “Gaby”...
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Experience Pays: Major Injuries? Minor Injuries? Harris & Harris Prepares EVERY Case For Trial — Here’s Why

After an injury from an accident, the damaging impact to your health and future can be overwhelming and life-altering. At Harris & Harris Injury Lawyers, we know how to protect our clients by aggressively preparing every case from the start. Experienced Attorneys in Las Vegas What sets Harris & Harris Injury Lawyers apart from the rest? Take a look at a case we recently settled for a seriously injured client. Our client, Lucas, took pride in supporting...
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Attorney Heather Harris discusses LVMPD Accident Policy

Did you miss Las Vegas auto accident lawyer Heather Harris when she spoke with Alan Stock regarding the new Accident Investigation Policy announced by the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department? The discussion was lively and included several calls from concerned citizens around the Las Vegas Valley. One suggestion that Alan Stock had is to create a new category of police employee that would be able to investigate these property damage only accidents, but would not cost the...
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