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Everything is back in Vegas

It’s back to business as usual in Las Vegas – or is it? The city’s hotels, casinos, and other commercial enterprises are reopening their doors. Yet the pandemic is not quite over and visitors still risk encountering the traditional dangers common in Sin City. Las Vegas rolls pandemic dice The roulette wheels are spinning, conventions...

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What to do if you're hit by a car in Las Vegas

Protect your health and your rights after an accident Las Vegas is a highly walkable city, particularly downtown, but too many motorists fail to properly share the road with pedestrians, with serious and often fatal consequences. In Clark County, 62 pedestrians were killed in accidents in 2020, up from 51 in 2019. Being hit by...

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Negligent security in Las Vegas hotels and casinos

Life is returning to normal in Las Vegas – both good and bad. A year after the pandemic gutted the tourism business, visitors are flocking back to the city. But those same tourists can fall victim to poor security at negligent hotels and casinos. The good news: Vegas is back in business Thanks to the...

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What are my legal options if I was injured in a construction accident?

Las Vegas is seemingly always under construction, and construction workers put their lives and health on the line to keep building the places that make this city great. When injuries happen on construction sites, there must be accountability and fair compensation for the damages sustained. That's why it's so important to understand your legal options...

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Types of injuries that can be sustained in casinos

Las Vegas is where dreams are supposed to come true. If that does not happen, you should still have fun while you pursue instant riches, take in a show or enjoy a fine meal. Sometimes, the excitement can mean a trip to the emergency room. Casino injuries are often the result of negligence or recklessness...

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Speeding leads to more deadly car accidents in Nevada

Nevada experienced a welcome trend at the start of the coronavirus pandemic. With fewer people on the state’s roads, state officials reported a decline in fatalities. Unfortunately, the trend is over. Officials say some drivers took advantage of less traffic during the pandemic by driving at excessive speeds or while impaired. They say those deadly...

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