December 2018 Archives

Don't deal with your personal injuries alone

Life can change in a split second for Las Vegas residents, whether they are suffering from a personal injury or whether they have decided to end their marriage. The result of one incident can have life-altering events and change the trajectory of one's life from the known, the routine, and the mundane to the unknown and overwhelming. For some, dealing with the legal system is more stressful than the actual incident itself, which is why they might decide to forego their legal right to a personal injury lawsuit or accept a divorce settlement that provides them with less than what they deserve.

Pedestrian killed by a hit-and-run driver in east Las Vegas

Authorities now suspect Stephen Marker of being the hit-and-run driver who killed a 78-year-old woman in east Las Vegas on December 10th, and they allege he was impaired at the time of the accident. They say he was driving his BMW on Indios Avenue when he turned right onto Boulder Highway, where the woman was crossing in the intersection. Witnesses followed the BMW to a gas station, where Marker finally turned around and went back to the scene. Police arrested Marker on a felony DUI charge, as well as traffic charges for leaving the accident and failure to yield to a pedestrian.

New Year brings changes to tax laws affecting divorce

In December 2017, Congress passed a major tax bill that is set to take effect starting January 1, 2019. Certain parts of the tax bill may affect those in Nevada who are looking to divorce. Therefore, it is important to understand how these new tax law provisions differ from current law and what this means for divorcing couples.

Holiday shopping injuries could lead to a personal injury claim

The shops and malls of Las Vegas are jam-packed this time of year with holiday shoppers. Whether they began shopping back on "Black Friday" or whether they're still searching for that perfect holiday gift, when people are doing their shopping what they're hoping to find are good deals. What some may be unpleasantly surprised to experience, however, is a shopping-related injury. These injuries do happen, however, so it is important to understand what stores must do to keep patrons safe.

What are the most common injuries from a slip and fall?

A slip and fall does not sound like a terrible accident. After all, everyone has fallen at one point or another. The fact is, these accidents can cause very serious injuries. Some of the injuries are obvious immediately, like a broken bone. Others may not seem so bad at first, but then quickly worsen. If you have slipped or tripped and fallen, you should seek medical attention right away. You may have one of these five common injuries: 


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