There are more than 10 million auto accidents in the United States annually, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. These stark numbers are padded in large part by the growing rate of distracted driving (i.e. texting while behind the wheel), driving while under the influence (DUI), drowsy driving, and other auto-related offense. Indeed, one in three Americans reported to AAA […]
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Earlier this year in Las Vegas, a mother of four was shot and killed in a road rage incident gone horribly wrong, As discussed by Reuters, the 44-year-old was reportedly heading home after giving her 15-year-old daughter a driving lesson when the incident occurred. The dispute ended with an occupant of another vehicle firing 24 times toward the car after […]
You’re feeling back pain after they sped right through that red light and slammed into your car. You’ve slipped and fallen on a wet floor that hasn’t been properly attended. Your child’s defective toy nearly cost them their life. You’re regretting the fact that you ever got in that cab. Being hurt or gravely injured is disorienting and life-jarring enough. […]
If you were found guilty of a criminal offense in a Nevada court, you may be able to challenge the court’s decision by filing an appeal. According to NRS 177, an appeal can be used when someone convicted of a crime would like to request that a higher court review the decision of the lower court.
Construction is among the most dangerous industries in the nation, as these workers put themselves in harm’s way on a daily basis at job sites. The injuries sustained by construction workers can range from minor to catastrophic, depending upon the type of accident. Accidents on construction sites frequently involve: