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    Hotel Security: What Hotels Have the Most Crime?

    Hotels are hotspots for criminal activity, from property theft to personal assault. Knowing which hotels to avoid in Las Vegas is imperative for your personal safety. If you are the victim of a crime that a hotel could have prevented, you may be able to sue for compensation. Learn which hotels have the highest propensity for crime, as well as […]

    Theft in Las Vegas Hotels: How Safe is Your Stuff?

    Travelers from all over the world come to Las Vegas for vacations and celebrations. It’s hard to know, as a tourist, which hotels are the safest. Even if you choose a safe location, there’s no guarantee your stuff won’t fall prey to theft. Las Vegas hotel theft liability is dependent on several factors that you should be aware of. How to Keep […]

    Las Vegas Open Container Laws

    Besides gambling, drinking in Las Vegas is arguably the most popular tourist attraction. Due to the wide number of bars and casinos here, state laws designate the Las Vegas area as one of the few places without an open container law in the United States. Before you take to the Vegas streets with an alcoholic beverage, however, you need to […]

    Using a Fake ID to Gamble in Las Vegas

    Nevada law takes underage gambling very seriously, resulting in misdemeanor charges and other grave consequences in Las Vegas. This means if you use a fake ID to gamble in Las Vegas casinos, you could end up in jail. Due to their knowledge and experience, a Las Vegas criminal defense attorney is essential in these situations. Even if you gain entry into […]

    Las Vegas Minors Charged As Adults

    Underage drinking, using a fake ID to gamble, and other charges against minors can result in a slap on the wrist or in life-changing legal consequences. As a minor or a parent of a minor in Las Vegas, you need to understand Nevada’s juvenile court system and its surrounding laws to ensure legal protection. Juvenile Court Jurisdiction Nevada juvenile courts […]

    Nevada Marijuana Policy Project Facts

    The Nevada Marijuana Policy Project (MPP) is a national organization pushing for the Nevada Marijuana Legalization Initiative that will appear on the 2016 ballot. Voters need to understand the implications behind the initiative as well as the background of the MPP to vote wisely on the bill and ensure their own legal protection concerning personal marijuana use in Nevada. The […]

    Can I Sue After a No-Contact Motorcycle Accident?

    A vehicle does not have to strike your motorcycle physically to be liable for your accident. A Las Vegas no contact motorcycle accident occur when one vehicle causes another to crash, but without actually contacting that vehicle. Motorcycles are especially prone to these types of accidents, but proving the other vehicle is responsible when they did not contact your bike is […]

    Understanding Nevada Crosswalk Safety

    Nevada crosswalk safety is of the utmost importance for both pedestrians and drivers, which is why the state has implemented numerous laws regarding crosswalks, sidewalks and other areas where pedestrians may be present and share the road with vehicles. Whether you have struck a pedestrian in a crosswalk or you were a pedestrian hit by a vehicle, understanding these laws […]

    Do’s and Don’ts After You Hit a Pedestrian in Nevada

    After an accident involving a pedestrian, there are numerous things you need to keep in mind so that you do not make the incident worse. While you may be under the assumption that the pedestrian has the right of way and you will be arrested, do not assume anything. The circumstances of the accident will still be assessed and what […]

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