Can an Attorney Help Me Have a Successful Car Accident Lawsuit?

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It’s not at all unusual for injured victims of car accidents in and around Las Vegas to seek compensation for their injuries by filing lawsuits. Only a small minority of those accident victims will file on their own without an attorney. They don’t realize that insurance companies are in the business of making money and…

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Can an Attorney Help Me Receive My Board License for Construction?

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You cannot do much in Nevada as a contractor without a general contractor’s license. In fact, the state requires that you hold a license given by the Nevada State Contractors Board before constructing or altering any road, building structure, or parking garage in the region. What are the exact requirements for getting your general contractor’s…

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Not Paid for Your Last Construction Job? Talk to an Attorney

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Are you a contractor that was stiffed by your last client? If you were not paid for your last job, you have the right to speak to a construction dispute law firm in Vegas. This is your best bet to resolve this situation and get the money that you are owed. There may be any…

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What is Required for a Business License in Nevada?

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When it comes to obtaining a business license in Nevada, you’re going to need to jump through quite a few hoops. This is because Nevada is one of the most heavily regulated states in the Union when it comes to establishing a new business. At some point, you’re very likely going to need the help…

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Why an Attorney Needs to Look Over Your Partnership Agreement Before You Sign

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In the business world, partnership agreements are some of the most common business structures. Requiring minimal paperwork, they are somewhat easy to formulate. However, as with any business agreement, it is crucial the paperwork contains key aspects that are agreed upon by both parties. Unfortunately, if you sign an agreement without making sure you are…

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Private v Public Property: Who’s Liable if I Slip and Fall?

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Receiving financial compensation following a slip-and-fall accident in Nevada can be a challenging legal task. Not only must the claimant prove the injury occurred on a particular property, they must also prove the accident injury was the fault of the property owner or manager to some degree. In addition, when the claimant is found to…

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Should a Lawyer Help with a Mechanics Lien Case?

Mechanics Lien Case

If you work in construction, you work hard and expect to be paid once a job is completed. However, in some instances, a client may withhold payment on a project. When this happens, you have various legal options. If you like, you can sue for breach of contract. However, many contractors choose to file a…

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Could I Be Compensated for My Injuries After Falling on Private Property?

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Aside from motor vehicle accidents, falls lead the types of personal injury accident cases filed here in Clark County. Nearly all of such falls involve slip-and-falls and trip-and falls that were caused by dangerous conditions on private property that is owned or occupied by another person or legal entity. Many victims of these accidents are…

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Pedestrian Accidents: Common Causes and What to Do Next

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As per the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 5,000 people die after being hit by a motor vehicle every year. Another 150,000 pedestrians are treated at hospitals across the country after being hit. Either the driver of the motor vehicle or the pedestrian had been impaired by alcohol 48% of the time….

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Assault vs Aggravated Assault: Differences and How Your Attorney Can Help


Were you recently charged with assault or aggravated assault? The first thing you need to know is the difference between the two. Assault is when you intentionally or recklessly cause harm or the fear of harm to another person. This involves causing direct bodily injury, giving them cause to believe that they are about to…

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