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Las Vegas Crosswalk Laws

In the state of Nevada, 601 pedestrians were killed between 2008 and 2017. The overwhelming majority of these fatalities took place in Clark County, where Las Vegas is situated. Many pedestrian accidents are caused by driver error or negligence and a disregard for right of way laws. To help you avoid serious pedestrian accidents and injuries, it is essential to understand Las Vegas crosswalk laws. Las Vegas Crosswalks Crosswalks exist at just about any intersection in Las...
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How to Report a Drunk Driver in Las Vegas

If you believe a driver on the road is drunk, it’s best to report it to prevent a possible accident. The fastest and easiest way to report a drunk driver in Las Vegas is by calling 911 or *NHP (star 647) with your cell phone. You are allowed to use your cell phone while driving if you are informing the police about a drunk driver. Unfortunately, thousands of innocent people are killed each year in preventable drunk...
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What Causes Wrongful Death?

The unexpected death of a loved one can be especially painful if another party is responsible for it. In Nevada, surviving family members are legally allowed to hold the responsible individual or entity liable for the wrongful death of their loved one. Our Las Vegas wrongful death lawyers can help build a case if you lost a loved one due to negligent or wanton actions. The most common causes of wrongful death including the following: Auto Accidents...
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Secondary Brain Injury

Secondary brain injury refers to the damage that can occur in your brain or body over a period of time following a primary brain injury. In the hours and days after an accident involving head trauma, a myriad of cellular, chemical, tissue, or blood vessel changes can develop and cause further destruction of brain tissue. Accident victims commonly suffer secondary brain injury after sustaining a concussion or other initial brain injuries. Types of Secondary Brain Injury Secondary...
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What is an Underride Truck Accident?

Large trucks sit higher off the ground than other vehicles, which can create a problem since other cars on the road can easily get crushed underneath. This is called an underride truck accident. Underride truck accidents may not occur on a daily basis, but our Las Vegas truck accident lawyers know they are catastrophic enough to cause high fatality and injury rates when they do. Types of Underride Truck Accidents An underride accident is arguably one of...
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