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Filing a Complaint Against a Trucking Company

If you witness a large truck driving dangerously, you have the option to report the behavior. Filing a complaint can possibly prevent a severe or even fatal truck accident or serve as critical evidence if a crash does occur. Reporting Option #1 Call 911 if you believe the negligent or reckless behavior you have witnessed can cause an accident. It is the safest course of action for keeping others on the road out of harm’s way. Give...
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Car Accident on Private Property

You may know what to do if you are involved in a car accident on a public road, but what if it happens on private property? Depending on the circumstances of your accident, it may make a difference as to who is liable for the resulting damages. How Do I Report a Car Accident on Private Property? Although the accident occurred on private property, such as a parking lot or at an apartment complex, you should still...
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Las Vegas Towing Laws

After a major car accident, there is a good chance your vehicle will be towed. If you cannot specify a mechanic, your car will be taken to a storage yard until you can pick it up, which can result in a hefty bill. Fortunately, a Nevada law that took effect in 2015 significantly lowered impound and storage fees for accident victims. The Cost of Towing Tow truck drivers are required to deliver vehicles to low-cost storage yards...
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Determining Fault In A Changing Lanes Car Accident

Changing lanes car accidents are highly common in Nevada. Generally, motorists that change lanes and hit another vehicle are considered to be at fault in these crashes. However, figuring out and proving which driver is at fault is not always easy. Assigning Fault Drivers owe a duty of care to others on the road to operate their vehicles safely at all times. This is particularly true when changing lanes. When a driver needs to make a lane...
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How Does an Accident Affect a Car Lease?

Your leased car was just involved in an accident, what now? An accident does not affect your car lease, as you will still owe the leasing company for its value. However, your auto insurance may cover repairs or pay the leasing company for the value of the vehicle if it is a total loss. Damage to a Leased Car Although you don’t own a leased vehicle, a leasing company will typically require you to carry auto insurance...
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