Month: July 2018

What Higher Liability Insurance Minimums in Nevada Can Mean for You

As if July 1, 2018, the minimum coverage amounts for automobile liability insurance in Nevada went up, increasing the chances that payouts will be sufficient to cover injuries and other damages that result from car accidents. Under the new law, minimums went from $15,000 per person and $30,000 per accident to $25,000 per person and $50,000 per accident. Those who […]

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Driving with Dementia

Cognitive impairments significantly limit an individual’s ability to safely operate a motor vehicle. Motorists with dementia, Alzheimer’s, or severe mental illness have a diminished capacity that makes it difficult to estimate traffic flow, follow directions, or process information provided by road signs. This increases the risk of motor vehicle accidents and can leave the individual liable for the personal injuries, […]

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Though households across America have trampolines in their backyards, these toys are notoriously dangerous and proving the liability when someone is injured is not always simple. Negligent supervision, defective parts, dangerous designs, and hazardous property conditions may all play a part in a trampoline accident. If someone is injured on a trampoline, multiple entities may be able to be held […]

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