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  • TBI: More Than Just a Bump on the Head

    man had a headache, personal injury lawyerBumps or jolts to the head can cause TBIs that disrupt the normal function of the brain and can result in long term or permanent disability. The symptoms of a traumatic brain injury can range from nausea or dizziness to more pressing issues like paralysis, numbness, or epilepsy. […]

    Is Your Chainsaw Safe?

    a worker is using chainsaw, personal injury lawyerMany chainsaw injuries are caused by careless use, but a large number result from poorly designed or defective chainsaws and parts, inadequate warnings, or incorrect operating instructions from the manufacturer. […]

    Kids with Guns: Who Is Liable?

    a gun, personal injury lawyerGun owners may be liable for the injuries and deaths that are caused when kids accidentally shoot someone. Of the 265 kid-with-gun shootings reported in 2015, 83 resulted in a death. Forty-one young shooters killed themselves. Forty-two times someone else died from the accidental shooting. […]

    How Does FELA Measure Up to Workers’ Compensation?

    a claim file, las vegas personal injury lawyerThe Federal Employer’s Liability Act (FELA) allows railroad workers to file claims for compensation when injuries are suffered while working on the railroad. FELA predates the workers’ compensation system and provides similar types of coverage for injured workers. […]

    Why are Teens at Such High Risk for Drowsy Driving?

    back view of two people driving on road, personal injury lawyerIt’s no secret that teens are at high risk for getting into car accidents, especially in the first few months after getting a driver’s license. In 2015, six teens ages 16-19 died every day in vehicle-related accidents. While not all of those accidents were related to drowsy driving, teens underestimate the risk […]

    Walkable Cities Pose Higher Risks for Pedestrian Safety

    A pedestrian way, Personal InjuryAccording to transportation officials, pedestrian safety has become a major concern in large, walkable cities around the country. According to the CDC, the pedestrian population increased by 24 million people between 2005 and 2010. As a result, walkable cities, like Las Vegas, are taking a closer look at pedestrian safety and ways to reduce accidents and injury claims filed with a Las Vegas personal injury lawyer.

    Medical Payment (Med Pay) Insurance and Auto Accidents

    You need medical payment insurance in case you are injured in an auto accident.

    You need medical payment insurance in case you are injured in an auto accident.

    Medical payment insurance, better known as Med Pay, is a fairly inexpensive option to add to your insurance coverage and the benefits can be quite valuable.

    Many policy holders are unsure of whether they need Med Pay; others may not have sufficient coverage. […]

    Uninsured and UnderInsured Motorist Insurance Coverage

    Full Coverage Insurance and Uninsured and Underinsured motorist

    Full Coverage Insurance and Uninsured and Under-Insured Motorist

    Are you a Nevada driver who’s uninsured or under-insured?

    Like many states, Nevada has very specific requirements when it comes to the level of insurance coverage that a motorist must carry. When a driver meets this minimum, it’s known as carrying “full” coverage. […]

    Dealing with Insurance Companies in a Personal Injury Accident

    Personal Injury Accident and Insurance Companies

    Dealing with insurance companies can be the most frustrating part of handling a personal injury claim. Whether your claim comes from a car accident, medical malpractice, workman’s comp, or dog bite it is likely that your case will be paid by someone’s insurance. […]