Guests of Las Vegas' Rio Hotel and Casino may have been exposed to Legionnaires' Disease, a pneumonia-like bacterial infection. If think you may have been exposed to Legionnaires' at the Rio, call 702-DEFENSE for a free consultation with a Las Vegas personal injury lawyer. You may be entitled to compensation.
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Beginning July 1, 2018, the minimum required auto liability coverage is increasing from $15,000 to $25,000 for the injury or death of one person.
Victims of bouncer brutality may be able to bring a negligence lawsuit against the venue.
People suffering from hernia mesh injuries may be able to sue for compensatory and possibly punitive damages.
Abilify causes some patients to develop compulsive behaviors, including gambling. This can be especially hazardous to patients living in Las Vegas.
Clark County is starting to take measures to prevent pedestrian accidents.
It is now illegal in Nevada to sell dextromethorphan products to minors without a prescription.
The Vegas Massacre on October 1 was another reminder of the vital importance that first responders play in our community. That same day a new Nevada law--Senate Bill 541--went into effect that punishes defendants convicted of harming first responders with an extra penalty of one to twenty years in prison.
Are bump stocks legal in Nevada?
Can Vegas Massacre victims sue the Las Vegas police?
Is Live Nation partly liable for the Vegas Massacre victims’ deaths and injuries?
Is the MGM partly liable for the Vegas Massacre victims’ deaths and injuries?
In the coming months as MGM Resorts inevitably fields personal injury lawsuits by Vegas Massacre victims and their families, we can expect a heated debate over whether screening luggage should comprise part of a hotel’s reasonable duty of care.
The current state of Nevada gun laws.
Nevada law requires schools and youth organizations to take steps to ensure that underage athletes do not play with a concussion.
California law requires schools and youth organizations to take steps to ensure that underage athletes do not play with a concussion.
California allows plaintiffs to recover for injuries caused by defective air bags on the basis of "strict liability."
The recent Takata airbag recall has many Nevada car owners concerned. Twelve deaths in the U.S. have been attributed to the devices, which can deploy with too much force and spray metal and other dangerous materials into the vehicle. But too much force is not the only problem associate with...
Meet Andrés Ortiz, an experienced immigration attorney and former educator who practices out of our Los Angeles office.
Meet Amber Fuhriman, an experienced immigration and criminal attorney who practices out of our Las Vegas office.
Soon breath interlock ignition devices will become mandatory in all Nevada DUI cases and arrests...
Drugs commonly consumed at EDC include ecstasy (also known as MDMA or “Molly”), ketamine and marijuana. Both possession of ecstasy and possession of ketamine are Nevada category E felonies. A first or second Nevada ecstasy or ketamine possession conviction carries a possible sentence of 1-4 years in Nevada State Prison.
This month we are looking at Latin legal phrases in Nevada that sound complicated but actually represent simple concepts. One of our favorites is res ipsa loquitur.
What exactly is "res ipsa loquitur" in California?