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Category: Firm News

COVID-19 Legal and Financial Resources

Posted on March 27, 2020 in Firm News

We know that many in our city are suddenly out of work or have had their hours cut significantly. There are a lot of people who need information on how to file for unemployment or other benefits, options if your landlord is threatening eviction, or how to get relief from other creditors. We will continue… read more

COVID-19 : How We Are Protecting Our Staff & Clients

Posted on March 27, 2020 in Firm News

Our priority right now is the safety of our clients, potential clients, and our staff. While we prefer to meet potential clients in person, the current situation requires a different approach. We provide numerous ways for you to contact us and convenient e-signature if we move forward with your case. Submit a Case Evaluation Form… read more

How Tech-Savvy Should Your Lawyer Be?

Posted on February 25, 2020 in Firm News

Ask These 4 Questions to Find the Best and Most Technologically-Competent Personal Injury Firm Dropped calls, missed deadlines, lost files. When lawyers make mistakes, their clients suffer the most. What clients might not realize is that these mistakes are often due to the lack or misuse of technology. Perhaps in the past, a good lawyer… read more

Could Myles Garrett Face Criminal Charges?

Posted on November 15, 2019 in Firm News

Many players and commentators were surprised by Myles Garrett’s conduct during the Browns and Steelers game last night and the league has since suspended Garrett indefinitely. A few went further and suggested his conduct could warrant criminal penalties. Could Myles Garrett be charged criminally or be sued by Mason Rudolph for ripping Rudolph’s helmet off… read more

What is Nevada’s Transportation Network?

Posted on October 23, 2019 in Firm News

The Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT) aims to increase the safety of the state’s roadways. The roads undergo maintenance and infrastructure improvements annually, yet these efforts do not always result in safe roadways. Too often, a poorly designed road or hazardous condition causes preventable wrecks. The more you know about Nevada’s roadway maintenance programs, facts,… read more

Las Vegas Strip Safety Tips

Posted on October 16, 2019 in Firm News,Personal Injury

The Las Vegas Strip sees over 40 million visitors each year. It is a renowned tourist destination with attractions such as casinos, shows and luxurious hotels. If you are one of the many people visiting The Strip this year – or a resident of Las Vegas spending a night on the town – take your… read more

How Will Uber Freight Affect the Trucking Industry

Posted on August 9, 2019 in Firm News,Personal Injury,Truck Accidents

Uber Freight is a new app to connect truck drivers, carriers and owner-operators to available loads near them. Although it is not the first load-matching app on the market, Uber promises innovative new features such as fixed nonnegotiable rates and seven-day driver payments. As Uber Freight gains traction in the trucking community, many wonder how… read more

Anabel Sarabia on behalf of the Estate of Angelina Erives v. Platinum Property Management, LLC

Posted on May 9, 2019 in Firm News,Personal Injury,Premises Liability

The family of an 11-year old girl who was shot and killed in her home during a drive by shooting in 2018 is filing a suit against the HOA. The intended targets of the drive by shooting lived in the house next door and were known gang members who rented the house. Police had responded… read more

Can Social Media Affect Your Personal Injury Case?

Posted on April 11, 2019 in Firm News,Personal Injury

Almost every Las Vegas 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… read more

What Are Las Vegas’ Open Container Laws?

Posted on March 20, 2019 in Firm News,Personal Injury

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

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