Pedestrian Accidents on the Rise In Las Vegas

The Nevada Department of Public Safety announced this year that the efforts made by that agency and others had contributed to a drop in the total number of fatalities on Nevada roads in 2017. The state had 24 fewer traffic deaths than the year before, a welcome shift that came even while the population of the state...

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Flaming Drinks Invite Amusement & Danger In Las Vegas

Some patrons of bars today are only interested in a simple beer or shot of liquor, but others seek new and exciting blended drinks that will provide a unique taste experience. One way to make a drink interesting has proven to be fire; a controlled blend of highly flammable liquors, exposed to flame for a brief...

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Infectious Outbreak at Local Casino

One thing people everywhere know about Vegas casinos is that the food and amenities are almost always incredible. When visitors to our city eat at our casinos, they come with a number of expectations, but one that is usually left off the list is food poisoning. However, that may be exactly what a number of...

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Injuries Caused by Drunk Drivers in Las Vegas

Driving while under the influence of alcohol is illegal across our nation, yet accidents involving suspected drunk drivers happen regularly. These accidents destroy lives, devastate loved ones, and cost millions of dollars a year in repair and health costs. A National Problem The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that 29 people die each...

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Outdoor and Hotel Security Under Review in Las Vegas

June kicks off the summer vacation season, which means an increase in travel plans and outdoor events for people around the nation. As concerts, festivals, and other live events kick into high gear, it is important to consider the steps being taken to provide adequate safety for those attending the events. Ever since the mass...

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Electrical Dangers and Fatal Injuries in Las Vegas

Las Vegas is a city of lights. The Strip is famous nationwide for its bright signs, the late-night glow of casinos welcoming tourists, and the brilliant light displays at our many concert venues. Maintaining this bright jewel in the desert requires a lot of electricity flowing through the city, and when proper precautions are not...

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Falls Caused by Steep Seats in Las Vegas Arenas

T-Mobile Arena celebrates the second anniversary of its opening this month. While many have enjoyed the entertainment available in that time, there are rising concerns about the safety of the upper seating decks. Part of a recent architectural shift that has occurred all over the nation, the cheapest seats at T-Mobile are built at a...

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Casino Attacks and Negligent Security

Casinos are designed for people who want to have fun and, if they choose to gamble, take some risks. Most people might assume the best thing that can happen at a card table or slot machine is a big win; the worst outcome would be a big loss. But there are worse scenarios than losing...

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