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Driving Under the Speed Limit in the Left Lane in Nevada? It’s Against the Law

LAS VEGAS, Nevada. According to 13 Action News, Nevada citizens face tickets if they drive too slow in the left lane. Yet, will this new law encourage speeding? Will it make roads safer or will it put more drivers at risk of deadly speed-related crashes? According to the Nevada Highway Patrol, incidents of road rage are often precipitated when slow cars drive in the passing lane. However, a new Nevada law states that drivers in the passing lane should be traveling at the speed limit and not slower.

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Are Livestream Videos Leading to More Car Crashes?

LAS VEGAS, Nevada. Just this week, an 18-year-old-woman was arrested after allegedly live streamed her car accident and sisters death. According to ABC News, the California teen faces charges for driving while under the influence and gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated. Cosmopolitan reports that another teen’s friends watched while the driver livestreamed a 100-mile-per-hour crash. The suspect in this video hit a truck, drove across three lanes, and hit the highway barrier. Police have asked Facebook for a copy of the video to use it as evidence in trial.

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5 Ways to Help Your Teen Avoid Car Accidents

No parent should have to endure the loss of a child, but that is the tragic reality faced by thousands of parents who lose children in car accidents every year. According to Teen Driver Source, about 11,000 teens lose their lives in traffic accidents annually, and 326,000 are seriously injured.

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11 Injured in School Bus Crash Involving SUV—Las Vegas Accident Attorney Insights

The Las Vegas Sun reports on a school bus crash that injured 11 people including eight middle school students and the bus driver, as well as a woman and an infant who were in the SUV that hit the bus. The accident occurred just before 9 a.m. when the bus was en route to Faiss Middle School. Thirty-seven students were onboard at the time of the collision.

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8 Common Symptoms of Whiplash after a Car Accident

Whiplash is one of the most common car accident injuries. Although neck injuries can occur in most types of collisions, rear-end crashes are the leading cause of whiplash in the United States. According to Right Diagnosis, approximately 120,000 people suffer whiplash in our country every year, and if left unaddressed, the condition can worsen and possibly cause a permanent disability.

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1 Dead, 16 Students Injured in School Bus Crash

KTLA reports on a school bus crash that killed one driver and injured 16 students. The University Medical Center of Southern Nevada has confirmed that 13 of the students sustained non-life threatening injuries but one was critically injured.

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3 Scenarios When You Can File a Lawsuit after a Boating Accident

Nevada has plenty to offer for watersport enthusiasts. Local residents and tourists flock to Lake Tahoe, Lake Mead, Lake Topaz, and the Colorado River to fish, Jet Ski, and enjoy a much-needed break from work. Unfortunately, with such an active boating community comes a high risk of getting in an accident.

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Motorcyclist Dies in Crash on West Flamingo Road in Las Vegas

The Las Vegas Sun reports on a recent collision between a motorcycle and another vehicle that took the life of the motorcyclist. The accident happened at around 12 p.m. near the intersection of Flamingo Road and Durango Drive.

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3 Facts You Should Know before You File a Personal Injury Claim

There are multiple specializations within personal injury law such as car accident claims, medical malpractice, and premises liability. There are unique laws and procedures that apply to each of these areas. If you proceed with your claim without the help of an attorney who has experience in your area of need, you could wind up making a mistake that harms your claim.

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Can I Claim Punitive Damages after a Car Accident with a Drunk Driver in Nevada?

Most people know the danger of driving under the influence, yet thousands of motorists in Las Vegas still choose to get behind the wheel after consuming alcohol. In 2014, Las Vegas Metropolitan Police arrested about 4,500 people for DUI. That same year, at least 290 people in Nevada died in alcohol-related crashes, according to Alcohol Alert.

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