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    Who Pays for Vehicle Damage in Nevada?

    \After a car accident, your vehicle will likely have some damage. However, Las Vegas vehicle damage liability may come into question. Whether it is a few scratches and dents or something that requires more in-depth repair, you may wonder who will be responsible for paying for the damage. Determining who will pay for your vehicle repairs depends on a few factors […]

    The Weirdest Laws in Las Vegas

    Las Vegas is known nationwide as a place to relax and let loose. But far from the Wild West, Las Vegas has its own set of peculiar laws that can get the uninitiated into trouble. Before you fly out to enjoy a night (or a few) in our fair city, read up on Las Vegas laws—from the offbeat to the […]

    6 Summer Events in Reno You Should Check Out

    When school’s out and the days turn longer, it’s officially summer in Reno, Nevada. If you’re looking for a way to stay entertained during the dog days of summer, there are plenty of events in the Reno area. From car shows to art exhibits to outdoor theater, there’s a summer event for everyone to enjoy. Here are six of the […]

    Common Types of Las Vegas Motorcycle Accidents

    Motorcycle riding is an American passion. Those who own bikes partly do so because of the sense of freedom it gives them. Exhilarating though it may be, motorcycle riding also comes with dangers. Because you are so exposed, you can be involved in life-threatening accidents. What are some of the most common motorcycle accidents, and what recourse do you have […]

    Who Pays for Vehicle Damage after an Accident in Nevada?

    \After a car accident, your vehicle will likely have some damage. However, Las Vegas vehicle damage liability may come into question. Whether it is a few scratches and dents or something that requires more in-depth repair, you may wonder who will be responsible for paying for the damage. Determining who will pay for your vehicle repairs depends on a few factors […]

    Arrested in Las Vegas for Counting Cards?

    Counting cards is a legal activity. There are no federal or state laws stating that card counters are committing an offense. Police officers cannot arrest you for counting cards at a casino, nor can they convict you of any crimes. Before you hit the Las Vegas Strip and try your hand at counting cards, however, realize there are several ways […]

    What to Know About Buying Guns in Nevada

    Buying a gun can be a confusing process, especially if you are new to it. You need to make sure that you do everything correctly. There are a lot of regulations in place across the country, which vary from state to state. This is especially true after the nation’s deadliest mass shooting in Las Vegas, with most states pointing an […]

    Legal Requirements for Las Vegas Weddings

    Vegas is well-known for its ability to carry out a wedding without a hitch (except for those getting hitched, of course). If you are thinking about eschewing the traditional wedding ceremony for an elopement complete with an Elvis impersonator, here’s what you need to know about Las Vegas wedding requirements. Getting Married in Las Vegas While Sin City is known […]

    Can You Sue for a Hospital Acquired Infection?

    If you have been injured due to a hospital-acquired infection (HAI) in a hospital setting, then yes – you may be able to file a lawsuit against them for compensation for your losses and personal injury damages. Infections in a hospital are not uncommon. They are one of the leading causes of patient deaths in the United States. According to […]