Injured In a Slip or Fall? Here’s What To Do

Most slip and fall injury claims are based on negligent actions of the property owner, so the injury victim must prove negligence in a Nevada Court to recover damages. Slip and Fall Injury Claims Nevada laws regarding slip and fall accidents are clearly defined. “Slip and fall” is a term used in

Tips for Choosing a Personal Injury Attorney

Choosing the right personal injury attorney can be the difference between winning and losing a lawsuit. Professional background and legal experience in personal injury cases is essential. How to Find the Right Personal Injury Lawyer When a personal injury occurs, the injury victim may be entitled to compensation for injuries. Depending on

Are Truckers Pushing too Hard During the Pandemic?

The coronavirus pandemic has caused a significant rise in essential delivery services across the country, putting more trucks on the road and pushing drivers past safe driving limits. COVID-19 Causes Relaxed Safety Regulations Under normal circumstances, commercial truck drivers have restricted driving hours to promote safety, but the coronavirus pandemic has created

Who’s at Fault and What Are Your Options After a Pile-Up Accident?

Pile-up car accidents raise questions about liability, since drivers often have different versions of accident details. Fault for the accident will be based on the police report and insurance investigations. Untangling Liability in Pile-Up Accidents When a car hits another car from behind, the car in the rear is generally held liable

Stress, Fatigue Put Essential Workers at Risk of Injury

Workers exposed to prolonged job stress and fatigue from dangerous tasks, long hours, and lack of sleep face higher injury risks on the job. Essential workers in frontline industries are particularly vulnerable to job-related injuries. High Injury Risks for Essential Workers Many jobs place stringent physical and emotional demands on workers, but

What Federal Workers Should Know About FELA

Under federal law, the Federal Employers’ Liability Act (FELA) protects injured railroad workers injured on the job and compensates them for work-related injuries. Understanding FELA Protections In 1908, Congress enacted the Federal Employers Liability Act (FELA) to protect railroad workers and their families. FELA provides a federal legal system where railroad workers

Four Types of Spine Injuries

When injuries occur to the spine, the medical prognosis depends on which of the four sections of the spinal cord are involved and the severity of the injuries. Understanding Spine Injuries Spine injuries often result in long-term or permanent injuries and disabilities, depending on the severity of the injury and which part

Allergies Increase Accident Risk

Allergies have the potential to cause serious or fatal car accidents by altering a driver’s attention to the road. Allergy symptoms such as runny eyes, sneezing attacks, ringing in the ears, severe congestion, and headaches can impair a driver’s focus and driving skills. Dangers of Driving With Allergies Something as simple as

Recovering Compensation for Recreational Sports Injuries in Nevada

Recreational sports injuries are often caused by negligent actions that may be compensable through a personal injury claim or lawsuit against the negligent party. Recreational Sports Pose Injury Risks Recreational sports injuries can have life-altering consequences for both adults and children. When accidents occur while playing active, high-contact sports such as football,