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  • Can I Sue a Las Vegas Hotel After a Roller Coaster Accident?
    Can I Sue a Las Vegas Hotel After a Roller Coaster Accident?

    Las Vegas has adapted with the times and abandoned its “Sin City” moniker for a more family-friendly visage. Today, guests of all ages can enjoy museums, race car tracks, botanical gardens, tours, ...

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  • Who Is Liable for a Shuttle Accident?
    Who Is Liable for a Shuttle Accident?

    Last Vegas is one of the top tourist destinations in the world. In fact, McCarran International Airport welcomes approximately 3.8 million travelers on a monthly basis. Most of these passengers will ...

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  • Establishing Negligence After a Rear-End Accident
    Establishing Negligence After a Rear-End Accident

    The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reports that there are 2.5 million rear-end collisions in the United States each year. Not only do rear-end accidents constitute 40% of all ...

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  • Are Rideshare Drivers Eligible for Workers’ Compensation Benefits?
    Are Rideshare Drivers Eligible for Workers’ Compensation Benefits?

    Recent innovations in mobile application technology have fundamentally changed the way companies do business. Uber and Lyft – America’s great ridesharing giants – use this technology to provide ...

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  • 3 Spring Break Safety Tips for Las Vegas Partygoers
    3 Spring Break Safety Tips for Las Vegas Partygoers

    Las Vegas is one of the most popular spring break destinations in the United States. From late February to April, partygoers from around the world close their textbooks, book their discounted flights, ...

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  • Can Red Light Cameras Reduce Traffic Fatalities?
    Can Red Light Cameras Reduce Traffic Fatalities?

    Over 300 Nevada residents were killed by speeding drivers in 2017; sadly, 168 of these deaths took place at busy intersections. To combat this disheartening reality, the Nevada Department of Public ...

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