Personal Injury

Social Media and Your Personal Injury Case

The Pew Research Center conducted a study of all online adults regarding their social media use. They found that eight out of ten American adults have used social media websites such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or LinkedIn at some point. Social media websites have provided a lot of additional connection to people within and beyond our normal social circles. They bring people together from across the globe and allow old friends to keep up with one another...
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Common Myths About Personal Injury Law

Personal injury law is commonly misunderstand to many individuals who have never actually been involved in a case. It’s often portrayed in the media as individuals who are faking or exaggerating injuries to unfairly pursue claims against innocent individuals. You may have even seem dash-cam footage of an individual jumping out in front of a car intentionally, so he or she can claim the driver hit them and should pay for their injuries. Whether you have been...
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What is a Personal Injury Claim?

Personal injury law is part of tort law. Tort law is a part of civil law when one person suffers an injury or loss due to another person’s actions. Personal injury specifically deals with physical and emotional injuries a person suffers because of the actions or inactions of another person, group, or entity. If you or someone you know has suffered from the actions of someone else, contact some experienced personal injury lawyers in Las Vegas. There...
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Nevada Statute of Limitations

There is never a good time to get into an accident, and with it can come a number of new challenges. From doctor and/or hospital visits to finding a knowledgeable attorney, the list seems to be overwhelming at times. So much so that often times people do not want to deal with the hassle of going through the legal process until it is too late and their claim is no longer eligible in the eyes of Nevada...
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Moped & Scooter Accidents in Las Vegas

Scooters and mopeds are an efficient, stylish, and fun way to navigate between destinations. They are becoming more and more popular on college campuses and in smaller communities where a car isn’t completely necessary. Unfortunately, larger vehicles, including a typical four-door sedan, are not accustomed to looking out for mopeds and scooters and thus often aren’t paying attention to them on the road. This can lead to collisions with very serious consequences as moped and scooter operators...
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