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October 2014 Archives

Obtaining compensation in Nevada for spinal cord injuries

Some people have had the terrible experience of being at the wrong place, at the wrong time. This unluckiness doesn't always stem from pulling the short straw. Sometimes, another party is at fault for a misfortune. If you have suffered a spinal cord injury, consider all aspects of the accident before you write it off as bad luck.

Hit-and-run causes injuries to elderly Nevada resident

Car accidents happen so quickly that it can cause a lot of confusion and even put you in a daze if you suffer head injuries in the accident. When a person is involved in a car accident they are obligated by law to stop the car and check for injuries. Recently, a Nevada man did not do this after his Dodge Durango struck a man in a vehicle on Jeanell Drive in Carson City. He is now charged with felony hit-and-run after he fled the scene.

Nevada car accidents attributed to distracted driving

Distracted driving has been a hot topic recently in Nevada and national news media. Everyone is talking about how dangerous it is to be texting and driving. This is because using a cell phone while behind the wheel can lead to inattentive and dangerous driving. Such inattention has been linked to negligent driving resulting in serious injuries to themselves or others.

How does liability insurance affect car accidents in Nevada?

After a car accident there are many questions. One of the most important questions is, who is at fault? If another driver directly caused a car accident that resulted in serious injury or damages that driver, or the driver's insurance company, may be liable for damages. Many people involved in car accidents have questions about how car insurance affects the accident.

Five-car crash near Lake Mead leaves 1 injured, another with DUI

In driver's education, one of the first things the instructor teaches his or her students is to look both ways before crossing an intersection and to always obey traffic signals. This is a tactic that most use every day while driving. Sometimes drivers fail to exercise this golden rule. A driver suspected of causing a drunk driving accident may have ignored this rule, and it led to an accident involving 5 vehicles and leaving at least one victim with serious injuries.

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