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Nevada Car Inspection Laws 2019

Posted on April 14, 2019 in Personal Injury

Every Nevada vehicle owner must follow the state’s laws concerning vehicle inspections. Whether you plan to move to Nevada, purchase your first vehicle in Nevada, or purchase an out-of-state vehicle as a Nevada resident, you must ensure your vehicle meets Nevada’s inspection laws. The laws apply to all Nevada vehicles, including those purchased out of… read more

Can Social Media Affect Your Personal Injury Case?

Posted on April 11, 2019 in Firm News

Almost every personal injury lawyer will advise clients to avoid posting to social media accounts during their personal injury cases. The reason for this is simple: it is very easy for anyone to find anyone else’s social media profiles online, and the content a person posts could easily conflict with his or her claims in… read more

What to Expect from a Traumatic Brain Injury Recovery

Posted on April 10, 2019 in brain injury,Personal Injury

Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) are some of the most serious injuries a person can suffer. These injuries also have unpredictable effects; no two brain injury cases are the same and two people who suffer similar TBIs will likely have vastly different experiences when it comes to the severity of their symptoms, how long those symptoms… read more

What Are Las Vegas’ Open Container Laws?

Posted on March 20, 2019 in Firm News

If you have visited the Las Vegas Strip recently, you have undoubtedly noticed the frequency with which visitors to our beautiful city seem to be walking with open containers. Some of those visitors may leave casino and pool areas with drinks, while others bring their own. This begs the question: what are Las Vegas’ open… read more

EDC Las Vegas Injuries: Who Is Liable?

Posted on March 14, 2019 in Firm News

If you experienced an injury at Las Vegas’ Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC), one of the first questions you may ask is who is liable for your injuries? After all, you may have medical bills to pay, missed work, or experienced some other financial hit as a result of the injury. If you can find the… read more

Difference Between a Serious and a Mild Brain Injury

Posted on February 12, 2019 in brain injury,Personal Injury

The brain can sustain many different types of injuries, with a wide variety of accompanying symptoms. It is a complex organ with unpredictable reactions to damage. Doctors categorize brain injuries based on their severity for a better idea of how they may affect a victim. A mild brain injury may have symptoms that dissipate in… read more

Sean Claggett Obtains Verdict of $645k

Posted on February 8, 2019 in Firm News

Partner Sean Claggett recently obtained a verdict of $645,814.33 in which there was a 16-day gap in treatment after the initial wreck, and then, after eight months of physical therapy treatment, there was a three and a half year gap in treatment before the plaintiff obtained further treatment for his back injury. The top offer… read more

Can My Pre-Existing Condition Affect My Injury Lawsuit?

Posted on January 15, 2019 in Personal Injury

Many victims of personal injury accidents have pre-existing medical conditions prior to their incidents. Unfortunately, pre-existing conditions can complicate a victim’s damages claim. Pre-existing injuries or conditions may require the victim to prove, through medical records or expert testimony, that the injury in question does not relate to the pre-existing issue. It could also force… read more

What You Should Do During a Car Fire

Posted on January 13, 2019 in Firm News

Car fires are more common than most drivers think. They can occur due to fuel leaks, vehicles overheating (a common problem in Nevada), short circuits, and car accidents. Inexperienced drivers are more likely to suffer car fires, because they do not know the best prevention methods and may not keep up with proper vehicle maintenance…. read more

What Is Road Construction Negligence?

Posted on January 11, 2019 in Firm News

Every year, Las Vegas pays for thousands of road construction projects aimed to maintain and improve its roadways. When completed properly, road construction can increase the safety of drivers, bicyclists, and pedestrians. Road construction negligence, however can compromise the safety and success of a project. If Clark County, a construction company, or another party negligently… read more