What is a Wallet Gun and is it Illegal in California?

Posted by Neil Shouse | Sep 20, 2018 | 0 Comments

California Penal Code 17330 says that a “wallet gun” is any firearm mounted or enclosed in a case. The case for these guns typically resembles a wallet, thus the name. A person can fire a wallet gun while it is still enclosed in its case, and the guns are capable of being carried in a pocket or purse. Under Penal Code 16590, California’s law on generally prohibited weapons, the following acts are illegal when it comes to wallet guns: Manufacture, Import into the State of California, Keep for sale, Offer for sale, Give, Lend, and/or Possess.

Typical settlement amounts for truck accidents in Nevada

Posted by Neil Shouse | Aug 24, 2018 | 0 Comments

There is no way to precisely predict a trucking accident settlement amount in a Nevada negligence lawsuit. But there is a formula Nevada personal injury attorneys use to calculate a rough estimate: Medical bills + property damage + lost income + pain and suffering = value of trucking accident settlement

Hit by a drunk driver in Las Vegas? What are my rights?

Posted by Neil Shouse | Aug 20, 2018 | 0 Comments

People who have been hit by a drunk driver in Nevada have various rights including these five: 1) Filing a police report, 2) Filing a lawsuit, 3) Seeking compensation through an uninsured or under-insured motorist claim, 4) Seeking victim restitution fund money, and 5) Sharing the story with police and prosecutors.

What is the minimum vision required for driving in California?

Posted by Neil Shouse | Aug 10, 2018 | 0 Comments

Drivers meet the California DMV's vision requirement if they have 20/40 vision (or better) with both eyes together and at least 20/40 in one eye and 20/70 in the other. Drivers who do not meet this standard will require a driving test and individual evaluation. By law, however, the DMV may not issue a license unless a driver has visual acuity of at least 20/200 (corrected or uncorrected) in at least one eye.

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