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Nevada Speeding Ticket Cost

What is the cost of a speeding ticket in Nevada? A new study by GOBankingRates says that Nevada is the most expensive state in which to receive a speeding ticket.  The fines in Nevada are up to three times more than any other state in the country, according to the study. The average cost for …

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Who Gets the Most Speeding Tickets?

If we were to conduct a poll regarding which group of people obtains the most speeding tickets in a given year, our guess is you’d probably be wrong.  Most people likely say either “teen drivers” or “young men.”  This isn’t really surprising because both groups have a stereotypical reputation for driving quickly and breaking the …

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Leaving the Scene of an Accident in Nevada

As top Las Vegas car accident and Las Vegas personal injury attorneys, we often come across many questions and clients that have issues regarding traffic tickets and what to do following an accident.  If you have a driver’s license in the state of Nevada, you are legally obligated to adhere to the rules and regulations …

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Nevada Statutes of Limitations

Like other states, Nevada has specific state laws that govern personal injury lawsuits and insurance settlements. Whether you’re planning to file a case in court or simply negotiate a claim with an insurance company, this article discusses a few key Nevada personal injury laws that might affect your case. Time Limits for Nevada Personal Injury …

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Red Flags When It Comes To Las Vegas Personal Injury Cases

You took advantage of the personal injury law firm’s offer of a free consultation about your case. You thought it went well; the Las Vegas Personal Injury Lawyer you met with was professional, confident and listened carefully to what you said. But at the end of your meeting, the attorney gently explained that the law …

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Will Uber pay for Damages in a Car Accident?

Being involved in an Uber accident can create confusion for the injured party. Individuals are under the impression that both the driver and the company are liable for damages, but this is not always necessarily true. The material facts of the case can make a major difference regarding who is ultimately liable. Accidents resulting in …

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Drunk Driving

You’re Hit by a Drunk Driver. What Happens Now?

Despite the high number of fatalities that occur each year due to drunk driving, thousands of motorists across the country continue to consume alcohol and drive for various reasons: they live nearby the bar, they have a high alcohol tolerance, they don’t want to wait to sober up, or it’s late and the roads are …

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Shared Fault and “Comparative Negligence” for Car Accidents in Nevada

Sometimes clients call Steve Dixon Law, one of the best car accident lawyer’s in Las Vegas, and ask even though they may share in the fault of the accident, could they still recover for their injuries.  The answer, in short is yes.  Nevada’s “comparative negligence” law allows a plaintiff in a personal injury case to recover …

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I Was Hit By an Uninsured Driver – Now What?

With literally tens of thousands of car accidents in the United States every year, it can be safely said that our roadway safety records are less than perfect. Unfortunately, the chances of getting in an accident now come down to not if it will happen, but likely when.  The best you can hope for is …

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Minor’s Comp or “Compromise of a Minor’s Claim” in Nevada Injury Cases

Parents and legal guardians have the right to enter into an out-of-court settlement on behalf of their minor children in Nevada personal injury cases. This is known legally as compromising the claim of a minor, or in short, a “Minor’s Comp Claim.” Compromises of minors’ claims are governed by Nevada Revised Statutes, Section 41.200. Under …

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