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Category: Car Accident

What If I Hit an Illegally Parked Car?

Posted on December 11, 2019 in Car Accident

Striking a parked car can lead to different questions than a typical car accident. The other driver might not be on the scene or available to exchange information. If the other driver parked his or her vehicle illegally, you might wish to dispute liability for the collision rather than taking fault. Knowing how to handle… read more

Can You File an Insurance Claim Without a Police Report?

Posted on November 20, 2019 in Car Accident,Personal Injury

After a car accident, it can be in your best interest to request a police report. Calling 911 from the scene of the accident is the easiest way to get one. An official police report can fully document your crash for insurance companies later. It can record key facts and evidence while they are still… read more

10 Steps to Take After a Car Crash

Posted on October 25, 2019 in Car Accident

If you were involved in a collision and you suffered serious injuries, we encourage you to seek immediate medical treatment – your health is your top priority. Delaying medical care can result in worsened injuries and a longer recovery time. It can also work against you should you pursue a car accident claim. The judge… read more

Distracted Driving Accident Statistics in Las Vegas

Posted on October 24, 2019 in Car Accident

Distracted driving is a major contributor to car accidents in Clark County. Reckless and negligent drivers engage in distracted driving because they think they can safely multitask. This is never the case. It is impossible for drivers to dedicate 100% of their attention to the road when they are using a mobile device, eating, drinking,… read more

How Does PIP and Medpay Coverage Work In Nevada?

Posted on June 24, 2019 in Car Accident,Personal Injury

The state of Nevada requires all registered drivers to purchase minimum car insurance. This is because the state operates under a “fault” car accident system, in which the at-fault driver is responsible for compensating all damages caused by the accident. In Nevada, drivers must meet the following minimum insurance requirements resulting from its fault-based status:… read more

Nevada Car Insurance Requirements

Posted on June 21, 2019 in Car Accident,Personal Injury

Nevada operates under a “fault” car accident system, which dictates the rules surrounding auto insurance and who pays for the damage resulting from car accidents. In fault-based states, the court decides which driver is at fault in causing the accident. This driver is responsible for the damages caused by the accident. The injured driver involved… read more

Will My Auto Insurance Cover Aftermarket Parts?

Posted on May 8, 2019 in Car Accident,Personal Injury

If your vehicle needs repairs, you may need to purchase replacement parts. Ideally, you should purchase parts from the Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) that supplied the original parts to your vehicle. However, this is not always possible, and aftermarket parts may be necessary for some repair jobs. Additionally, many aftermarket parts come from the same… read more

Nevada Car Inspection Laws

Posted on April 14, 2019 in Car Accident,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

What To Do If Your Car Catches Fire

Posted on January 13, 2019 in Car Accident,Personal Injury

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

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