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April 2019 Archives

Premises liability: Woman awarded almost $700,000 in lawsuit

Las Vegas is known as the entertainment capital of the world, and rightfully so. This electric city is famous for its world-class dining, shopping and entertainment. Fortunately, the owners and operators of these establishments are obligated to protect patrons and visitors. Premises liability laws in Nevada say that property and business owners must remove hazards and provide a safe environment for all customers. When dangerous conditions or neglect causes injuries to visitors, legal action can be taken.

Drunk driver accidents are still a concern despite progress

In recent years, law enforcement agencies in the state of Nevada and across the United States have taken measures to combat the problem of drunk driving. Fortunately, their efforts have not been in vain. Since 1982, drunk driving deaths on roadways in America have decreased by 48%. Despite this progress, people still choose to get behind the wheel while intoxicated. Tragically, drunk driver accidents often end in very serious injury or death.

Car accidents: violent interstate crash claims a life

Everyone knows that roadways in Las Vegas and across Nevada are incredibly dangerous. In Las Vegas especially, it seems that streets are congested nearly 24 hours a day. Crashes are increasing every year due to a number of reasons. These days, it's not a matter of if car accidents will happen, but when.

Pedestrian accidents: Pedestrian killed by tractor-trailer

Virtually every Nevada resident is a pedestrian at some point during the day. Pedestrians are unprotected and totally exposed, so pedestrian accidents are more likely to be fatal. When walkers are struck by extremely large vehicles, such as tractor-trailers, the chances of survival are slim. Recently, I-15 in Las Vegas was shut down after a tractor-trailer ran over and killed a pedestrian.

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