What to Do After a Slip and Fall

Every year, over one million people are injured from slips, trips, and falls in the U.S., according to the Center for Disease Control. Slip and falls can lead to a wide range of injuries, including sprains, strains, broken bones, spinal cord damage, and head trauma. These injuries can completely disrupt your life, which is why…

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Hotel Injury Lawsuits in Las Vegas

Staying at a hotel in Las Vegas can seem like the vacation of a lifetime…until you unexpectedly suffer an injury on the property. Although hotels and casinos have a legal obligation to ensure the reasonable safety of guests, many breach this duty to save time or money. Breaches of duty and acts of negligence can…

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Injured After an Elevator or Escalator Malfunction

Stepping onto an elevator or escalator should not end in catastrophic injuries, yet this is exactly what happens to hundreds of victims each year. Elevator and escalator malfunctions can lead to disasters such as falls down shafts or limbs stuck in escalator belts. Defective and dangerous equipment, poor maintenance, and negligent property owners contribute to…

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What Is The Duty of Care Standard in Nevada?

Duty of care is a phrase used within personal injury law that communicates the concept of responsibility. This responsibility is to behave in a way that does not actively, or indirectly harm other individuals. Duty of care is always active; that is, every individual must be responsible for their own actions in settings that could…

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Wet Floor Sign Laws in Nevada

Nevada is one of the most popular tourist states in the U.S. thanks to Las Vegas, and millions of people visit Las Vegas’ casinos every year. Slip and fall accidents may at first sound like minor issues, but the reality is that these incidents account for roughly one million emergency room visits every year, and…

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