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February 2017 Archives

Signs you are driving near a drunk driver

Las Vegas is a popular place, and the beautiful weather of spring brings in tourists from all over. Many come to the area specifically with the intention of partying and having a good time. The problem starts when they get behind the wheel of a car and drive intoxicated. This makes them a threat to you, your family and anyone else on the road.

Negligent driver critically injures Nevada cyclist

For some residents in Nevada cities these days, biking is a main source of transportation. Most of the time vehicles, cyclists and pedestrians alike share city streets without incident. However, rising populations mean there are more and more people sharing the road. The constant flow of traffic on city streets can pose risks to all commuters. Recently in Las Vegas, police say a negligent driver critically injured a young bicyclist who was attempting to cross a street.

1 killed, 2 others injured by alleged drunk driver

It is common knowledge that driving under the influence of alcohol is one of the most dangerous things a person can do. Despite laws, driving while impaired remains a big problem on the nation's roadways. On average, a person is killed by a drunk driver every 40 minutes in the United States. A recent Nevada auto accident involving alcohol quickly turned tragic, claiming the life of one man while injuring two others.

Drunk driving accident claims the life of motorcyclist

Driving under the influence of alcohol is one of the most dangerous things a person can do and can have deadly consequences. Despite stringent laws, impaired drivers continue to be a constant threat on Nevada roadways. A recent drunk driving accident on a busy Las Vegas highway tragically claimed the life of a motorcyclist.

Wal-Mart at the center of premises liability claim

These days its common knowledge that Wal-Mart is one of the largest corporations in America, with stores all over Nevada, as well as every other state in the country. Any business, large or small, has an obligation to keep customers safe and free of hazards while shopping. Unfortunately, accidents in stores will happen. When an accident is the result of hazards or hazardous material left lying on the floor, the victim may be entitled to take legal action. Recently, an accident in a Wal-Mart store in another state resulted in a premises liability lawsuit.

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