After the sudden death of a loved one, you can be living in a state of shock and instability. Even though this is a stressful time, it is crucial to explore your legal options during this period. This is because if a loved one's death was due to the negligence of another, there is limited time as to when you can file for a wrongful death suit in the state of Nevada. The lawyers at Bradley, Drendel and Jeanney are standing by to aid you and your family during this process.
Drunk driving has been a popular topic in recent years. Generally, there has been greater attention paid to drunk drivers' across all levels of government. This has led to an increase in studies conducted in search of answers. These studies seek answers about why drunk driving occurs and who it affects after it happens.
Drivers and passengers in Nevada and elsewhere have an interest in reducing truck accidents. That is even truer in recent years because of an increase in both tractor-trailer traffic and truck accidents.
While most drivers are extremely cautious and responsible on the road today, others cause mayhem. In a recent press release, Nevada's Attorney General warned drivers of the documented increase in staged car accidents. Staged car accidents you ask? These are car accidents that occur intentionally. These car accidents often are devised with the intention of sticking the innocent driver (or insurance company) with the blame and the bill.