Motorcycle Accident

Nevada Motorcycle License

To operate a motorcycle in Nevada, riders are required by law to have a valid motorcycle license (Class M). Since riding a motorcycle safely takes special skills, some steps must be taken to obtain one. Requirements for Getting a Motorcycle License in Nevada To get a Class M license in Nevada, you must already have a Nevada-issued Class C (standard vehicle) license or higher. In addition, applicants must pass a vision test and either complete an approved...
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What is a No Contact Motorcycle Accident?

When a motorcyclist attempts to avoid an accident with a negligent driver but, by doing so, ends up crashing themselves, it is called a “no contact” motorcycle accident. In these cases, a driver can still be liable for the resulting damages if they are found to have contributed to or caused the motorcyclist to crash. Liability for a No Contact Motorcycle Accident Any party can be held accountable for an accident caused by their negligent or careless...
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How Much is My Motorcycle Accident Injury Claim Worth?

It’s understandable for you to want to know the value of your case following a motorcycle accident, since your medical bills are likely on your mind, and you might be missing time from work. Every injury case varies in compensation based on the specific circumstances, but there are common factors that will affect the value of a motorcycle accident injury claim. How Liability and Damages Are Factored Liability is a fancy word for fault, or in other...
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Defective Airbag Injuries

Airbags are installed in cars to reduce injury and impact when drivers and their passengers get into an accident. However, due to the force needed for them to inflate, and because they come into such close contact with the individuals in the car, airbags can sometimes do more harm than good. The chances of getting injured by an airbag increase, even more, when an airbag is defective and in some cases, the injuries can even be fatal....
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What To Do If You’re Injured In A Car Accident While Using Uber Or Lyft

The popularity of the ride-sharing service phenomenon of companies like Uber and Lyft has exploded throughout the country, and they’re in particularly high demand in cities like Las Vegas. The majority of miles logged by ride-sharing drivers are traveled without incident, but in some cases, a driver could be in a car accident while you’re the passenger. If this happens, you’ll need to contact a car crash attorney in Las Vegas to help advise you, because these...
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