De Castroverde Blog

    Do You Need A Lawyer For A Dog Bite?

    From providing companionship to assisting us with difficult tasks, such as guarding and rescuing, dogs truly are man’s best friend. However, the keen instincts and physical attributes that make them so useful can also make some dogs dangerous. If you’re the victim of a dog bite, it’s natural to want to seek compensation for the physical injuries and emotionally challenging […]

    Difference Between Trip vs Slip & Fall Accidents

    Tripping and slipping are two common causes of injuries. While many of these situations are random events that couldn’t be foreseen or prevented, some occur in preventable circumstances. Knowing the difference between a “trip” and a “slip” after being a victim of either one can help you build a solid personal injury claim and receive proper compensation for your physical […]

    Experience Summer in Reno, NV

    Sitting in clear view of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, Reno is a scenic and historic small town that offers abundant activities year-round. Although you might associate Reno with the gaming and tourism industries, you can find plenty to do both indoors and out. With the arrival of summer, the activity meter surges toward maximum output. Whether you are a foodie; […]

    How to Spend the Day in Austin, TX

    The thermometers in Austin continue their steady rise, and so does the excitement for a jam-packed summer filled with festivals, sporting events, concerts, fireworks, and more. With plenty to do and see, our team has compiled a list of some of our favorite summertime events in and around Austin. As a newer member of the Austin community, we’re eager to […]

    What does it mean to be an at fault state?

    Whenever a car accident happens, determining the parties responsible for any injuries and property damages is an essential and complicated part of the insurance payout process. Depending on the state where the accident occurs, the responsibility may be on the party considered to be “at fault” or may be shared by the parties involved. Our De Castroverde Accident and Personal […]

    Is an escalator injury premise liability?

    Escalators can be a convenient and efficient way to get from one floor to another in various commercial buildings. Although they’re safe to use in most situations, even a minor malfunction can cause significant injuries. If you’ve been a victim of such an accident in the Reno and Las Vegas, Nevada, areas, you’re likely entitled to some compensation from the […]

    What Happens to You Mentally After A Car Accident?

    Car accidents in Las Vegas are to be expected, given the high traffic volume. In 2022, the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department reported 20,336 traffic accidents. Being involved in a car accident is a traumatic experience that can significantly and negatively impact one’s physical and mental health. Although the physical wounds suffered in a car accident are frequently the most […]

    Is My Personal Injury Settlement Taxable?

    You might be wondering if a personal injury settlement you or a loved one received in Nevada is taxable. The good news is that, according to IRS regulations, settlements from personal injury lawsuits are typically not taxable. There are a few exceptions to this rule, though. Understanding the tax implications of receiving any personal injury settlement is crucial, but figuring […]

    How Do I Dispute a Fake Accident Claim

    Whether or not you are at fault or injured, being in a car accident can be a terrifying and stressful experience. The detailed process of filing a claim with your insurance company or pursuing a personal injury claim can also be confusing and overwhelming. But what if you receive notification of an accident claim you know is false? Suppose the […]

    What Happens if I Get into an Accident with a Company Car?

    Car accidents are an unfortunate fact of life, no matter where you live. In some ways, it’s a numbers game because with so many vehicles on the road, there will always be collisions. In Nevada, the State Department of Transportation estimates there are about 50,000 reported accidents each year. Most of us know the drill when an accident happens — […]