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    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 […]

    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 […]

    Watering Restrictions Begin Thurs. Sept. 1st in Las Vegas—Can You Be Fined for Overusing?

    Water waste is a major concern in the dry Southwest – therefore, enforcement of Las Vegas water restrictions has begun. In the Nevada desert, citizens are asked to abide by important water conservation efforts. Starting September 1st, watering restrictions begin in the Las Vegas Valley. The Southern Nevada Water Authority provides specific guidelines for business owners and residents regarding how […]

    Does Health Insurance Cover Car and Motorcycle Injuries?

    Being injured in a car or motorcycle accident can be a chaotic and confusing experience. Not only are you wondering what your next steps are, but you may also wonder who will be responsible for covering the costs of treating your injuries. In most cases, there are several insurance companies and policies in place, including health and medical insurance, car […]

    What Is Aggravated Arson?

    Understanding arson charges can be complex because of the various classifications and degrees. You might be wondering what first degree arson is when compared to fourth degree arson. Nevada defines arson as intentionally setting fire to property. This includes anything that is the property of the person who is setting the fire. The law is written this way to prevent […]

    Real Water Hepatitis Lawsuits in Las Vegas, NV

    When you buy a bottle of water, you rightfully expect that the contents of that bottle will be safe to drink. Unfortunately, several Las Vegas-area families recently had their expectations shattered when five young children developed non-viral hepatitis after consuming a product branded as Real Water. According to media reports, the cases of the disease were first reported around November […]

    What Are the Nevada Rules of Civil Procedure?

    There are a lot of procedures that must be followed in a civil court. The Nevada Rules of Civil Procedure is the law that regulates civil practice and procedure in Nevada district courts. The law was put into effect in 1953 and was recently amended in 2019. The purpose of the Nevada Rules of Civil Procedure (NRCP) is to ensure […]

    Nevada Marijuana Laws

    Nevada marijuana laws have been debated for several years, so you might be left wondering, “Is weed legal in Las Vegas?”. The short answer is yes; both recreational and medical marijuana is legal in Nevada. Nevada Marijuana Possession For recreational use in Nevada, adults 21 years and older can possess weed according to Nevada marijuana laws. The legal amount for […]

    Nevada Car Seat Laws

    What Are Nevada’s Car Seat Laws? Nevada’s car seat laws are put in place to protect the lives of children and others in the vehicle. Children under 6 years old who weigh 60 pounds or less are required to be in a child restraint system while traveling in a vehicle. A child restraint device includes both car seats and booster […]