Las Vegas

Las Vegas Strip Safety Tips

Las Vegas sees millions of visitors each year, especially along The Strip. While most come to have a good time, it is still critical to be extra vigilant when it comes to personal safety. Here are some tips on how to stay safe on The Strip. #1. Stay Aware of Your Surroundings When walking, especially, remain on the lookout for red lights as there are many driveways up and down The Strip. These can easily go unnoticed,...
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Who Is Liable for a Car Accident Caused by Bad Road Conditions?

Sometimes car accidents are not caused by a negligent driver but rather bad road conditions. In these cases, a municipal authority may be liable if the road condition was preventable. Common Road Conditions That Lead to Car Accidents Some of the most common dangerous road conditions that lead to car accidents often fall into three categories: road design, construction, or maintenance. For example: Debris on the road. Large cracks in the road. Lack of guardrails or dividers....
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How to File a Claim Against a Hotel or Casino

There are numerous types of accidents that can cause serious injuries, or even wrongful death, on hotel and casino properties in Las Vegas. If the property owner or manager’s negligence is responsible for your harm or a loved one’s fatal injuries, you may have the legal right to recover compensation. Here is how to file your claim. Step 1: Report the Accident Immediately after you are injured, report the accident to the hotel or casino manager or...
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Las Vegas Open Container Law

When it comes to alcohol, there are no laws against public consumption in Las Vegas and the Las Vegas Strip, as long as the alcohol is not in a glass container. Overview of Las Vegas Open Container Law Under Nevada law, you can drink alcohol on the street in Las Vegas, but some restrictions apply to the type of containers allowed and the proximity to certain buildings. The intentions of the limitation on an alcohol container being...
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Nevada Stand Your Ground Law

If someone threatens you with bodily harm, do you have an obligation to retreat, or can you use deadly force in self-defense? In Nevada, you are legally able to fight back with reasonable force. However, there are stipulations. When Does Nevada’s Stand Your Ground Law Apply? Licensed gun owners in Nevada can legally stand their ground if they are in reasonable fear for their life, even if they can retreat. However, the stand your ground law is...
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