Medical Malpractice Suit Filed Against Urologist for Las Vegas Man’s Death

By | Nevada, News, Personal Injury Blog

No one ever wants to file a medical malpractice suit. In the case of any emergency or routine care, we would all love to think that we are in good hands with our physicians and surgeons. Unfortunately, that’s not always the case. Whether willfully or not, medical professionals sometimes act negligently and are subject to medical malpractice claims. A tragic…

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Ruse by FBI Ruled Unconstitutional

By | Laws, News

Sports betting and Las Vegas goes together like peanut butter and jelly. People the world over know that the gambling capitol of the world is Sin City. Nonetheless, people still try to bend the rules here, looking to circumvent the law on the way to a bigger payout. Oddly enough, the most recent public example of this happening ended with…

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Lawsuits in Vegas Target Prison Guards

By | Las Vegas, News

At least three of the six men who were injured back in 2012 when shotgun pellets were fired by guards in a Las Vegas penitentiary have filed lawsuits against those who pulled the trigger. It will most likely be a contentious case, with both sides seeking to target whether or not the reasoning was sound for the actions the guards…

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Allegiant Air Case Stuck on the Ground

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If you’ve had a ticket to fly Allegiant Air in the past several weeks or so, you were probably a bit worried you may not get to your destination. Just last week a judge was moving quickly to hand down a ruling on whether or not pilots could simply walk off the job. While that didn’t happen, the discount airline…

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How Dangerous is the Bill to Increase Nevada Speed Limits?

How Dangerous is the Bill to Increase Nevada Speed Limits?

By | Car Accidents, Las Vegas, Laws, Nevada, News, Personal Injury Blog, Wrongful Death

A potentially dangerous and deadly bill has just been passed by a Nevada Senate committee. This bill will raise the maximum speed limit on Nevada highways from 75 miles per hour up to 80 miles per hour. The bill originally proposed to raise the speed limit up to 85 miles per hour, but a compromise was reached. Still, this makes…

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PA Judge Declares Obama’s Immigration Changes Unconstitutional

By | Immigration, News

Last month a federal judge in Pennsylvania ruled that President Obama’s new immigration policies are unconstitutional. According to the Wall Street Journal, Judge Arthur Schwab wrote that the president’s new policy “violates the separation of powers provided for in the United States Constitution.” The judge also argued that the changes went beyond prosecutorial discretion and were unconstitutional. Because the president’s…

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New Nevada Law Aims to Reduce Truancy Rates

By | Laws, Nevada, News

According to the Clark County School District in Nevada, there were more than 120,000 instances of truancy among students during the 2013-2014 school year. Because of the high absenteeism rates in Nevada, the state has approved a new law that will aim to decrease the number of truancies among students. This new law will come into effect on January 1,…

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Immigration and You

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Immigration is a hot topic in the news and at the water coolers of America. President Obama just recently announced sweeping changes to immigration policy through the issuance of Executive Orders. These orders may or may not be effectuated depending on the Courts and Congress, who threaten to file a lawsuit prohibiting the executive branch from implementing the President’s plans….

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