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Why Did My Workers’ Compensation Claim Get Denied?

Finding out your workers’ compensation claim is denied can be incredibly frustrating, especially if you were initially approved for benefits. Most denials come down to one of two factors — either the insurance company does not believe your injury was related to your employment, or it refuses to pay for certain benefits such as medical procedures you need or extended time off. Here are more of the most common reasons why workers’ compensation claims are denied. Your...
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Personal Injury Lawsuit Process

When it comes to personal injury lawsuits, it is understandable that the fear of the unknown may hold you back from filing. Becoming familiar with the process can ease that stress and help you feel more confident as a claimant. That way, if you have been hurt by another party’s negligence, you will not be held back from obtaining the compensation you are entitled to. Step 1: Gathering Information Begin collecting evidence as soon as possible after...
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Nevada Helmet Law

Safety is essential when riding a motorcycle, and a helmet is by far the most important piece of safety gear. They have the ability to reduce the overall risk of dying in an accident by 37 percent. That is why many states, including Nevada, have helmet laws in place that require motorcyclists and passengers to wear one.  Current Helmet Laws in Nevada All motorcycle drivers and passengers are required to wear helmets on public roadways, in accordance...
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Nevada Wet Floor Sign Law

Slip and fall accidents from wet floors can lead to serious injuries. Unfortunately, these types of incidents are all too common on commercial properties. Property owners have a duty to keep their premises reasonably safe for visitors. However, there are instances where slippery floors are unavoidable, for instance if they have been recently waxed. If there are wet floor signs in place when you fall, you may be wondering if the property owner can still be held...
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Nevada Car Inspection Laws

Required motor vehicle inspections and emissions testing are an integral part of maintaining the safety and longevity of a vehicle. Car owners in Nevada must meet the following state inspection laws in order to apply for registration and legally drive their vehicle. Inspections Before Registration It is illegal to drive a vehicle in Nevada that is not registered. However, before heading to the DMV, there are inspections that must take place to be in compliance with the...
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