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Nevada Move Over Law

The move over law in Nevada details that drivers must move over for emergency vehicles, other vehicles, or pedestrians stopped on the side of the highway. All across the nation, there has been an increasing number of accidents involving police during routine traffic stops, emergency response technicians, and Department of Transportation (DOT) workers. The move over law and other similar types has been adopted in Nevada and more than thirty other states in an attempt to keep...
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Nevada Subrogation Law

Subrogation refers to an insurance company’s legal right to claim a portion of a policyholder’s personal injury settlement as reimbursement for the benefits they have paid for an injury caused by a third party. The basic idea behind Nevada’s subrogation law is that accident victims cannot be paid twice for the same injury (e.g., by both the insurance company and the negligent party). As a result, subrogation may dramatically reduce the amount of compensation an injured party...
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Nevada ATV Laws

All-terrain vehicles, or ATVs, are popular with adults, teens, and children in Nevada. Riding these vehicles is fun, but ATVs can be dangerous, so it is important to exercise caution. In 2018, over 80,000 people sought treatment for ATV accident injuries, and more than 250 were killed. To increase safety, the state of Nevada has several laws in place that apply to ATV use. ATV Accident Statistics The Consumer Product Safety Commission’s latest report of ATV-related deaths...
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How to Respond to a Low Settlement Offer

If you are in the process of negotiating a personal injury settlement, there will likely come a time when the adjuster makes you a settlement offer. Oftentimes, this offer will be surprisingly low and less than you deserve. You have the right to decline it and seek a better offer, or even file a lawsuit. Here is some advice on how to craft your response. Take Your Time and Analyze the Offer Getting emotional and rejecting or...
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