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    Can My Landlord Be Responsible for a Slip and Fall?

    No matter where they take place, slip and fall accidents can lead to serious and painful injuries-which can upend every aspect of your life. As you face medical bills and other life concerns, you may be wondering if your landlord can be responsible for the slip and fall, and the answer could be, Yes. Even if a landlord or property […]

    What Is Aggravated Arson?

    Understanding arson charges can be complex because of the various classifications and degrees. You might be wondering what first degree arson is when compared to fourth degree arson. Nevada defines arson as intentionally setting fire to property. This includes anything that is the property of the person who is setting the fire. The law is written this way to prevent […]

    6 Things to Know About Domestic Battery

    If you’ve been accused or charged then you might be wondering what domestic battery is and what steps you should take next. The most important thing to understand is that just because you have been charged with domestic battery doesn’t mean you are found guilty or are arrested. Understanding the facts about domestic battery charges will offer you an advantage […]

    Nevada Car Seat Laws

    What Are Nevada’s Car Seat Laws? Nevada’s car seat laws are put in place to protect the lives of children and others in the vehicle. Children under 6 years old who weigh 60 pounds or less are required to be in a child restraint system while traveling in a vehicle. A child restraint device includes both car seats and booster […]

    What to Do After a Hit and Run

    Leaving an accident can often feel like the easiest solution to a potentially costly problem. This is why hit and runs are so common in the state of Nevada. While this solution may seem simple, it can actually be significantly more expensive and time consuming for all parties involved. What to Do If You’re the Victim of a Hit and […]

    Understanding Nevada Crosswalk Safety

    Nevada crosswalk safety is of the utmost importance for both pedestrians and drivers, which is why the state has implemented numerous laws regarding crosswalks, sidewalks and other areas where pedestrians may be present and share the road with vehicles. Whether you have struck a pedestrian in a crosswalk or you were a pedestrian hit by a vehicle, understanding these laws […]

    What Happens if You Serve Alcohol to Minors in Nevada?

    With Christmas and New Year’s just around the corner, soon there will be holiday parties with family and friends across the state – and minors are most likely to attend. As the host, you may want to give the party of the century, but before you think about giving a few innocent drinks to minors at your parties, you should […]

    Increase in Traffic Deaths Nationwide is Cause for Concern

    Traffic fatalities happen every day in the United States, although most drivers do not think about it. However, the recent number of fatalities in the nation has increased – and is definitely cause for concern. According to recent data released by the nonprofit National Safety Council (NSC), 2015 could be the deadliest year for drivers since 2007. What the Numbers […]

    Truck Drivers and Drug Use

    Illegal drug use is one of the leading causes of truck accidents. Drug abuse is often rooted in truckers’ extended hours on the road. When you factor in the high level of isolation, the temptation to numb the boredom and loneliness can be very powerful. The National Transportation Safety Board has spent over twenty-five years investigating drug issues in the […]

    Defective Products and “Failure to Warn”

    If you have suffered an injury as a result of an inadequate product warning label, you may want to learn about “failure to warn” laws. There are different types of product liability, and the one that applies to you will depend on the nature of your injury, the type of product, and the form of negligence. One example of product […]