Lane Spilting — Who’s at Fault?

The controversial practice of motorcycle lane splitting is only legal in one state – California. The California Highway Patrol (CHP) has been a long-standing unofficial supporter of the practice and was recently tasked with creating the guidelines for the safe...

10 Facts About Driving Drunk in Las Vegas

Driving drunk in Las Vegas can affect your life for many years to come. The penalties for these crimes are very high, in large part because this activity could be not only costly to you – it could injure or kill someone. Groups like Mothers Against Drunk Driving...

Hot Cars and the Risk of Heat Stroke

You’ve seen the headlines. Each year a handful of children are left in a hot car to die from heatstroke. These are unthinkable tragedies that we are certain cannot happen to a vigilant parent. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA):...

The Truth About Seat Belts

Click it or ticket. That’s the slogan of highway patrol officers around the country this summer as they seek to remind motorists of the importance of wearing their car seat belt. The Nevada Department of Public Safety Office of Traffic Safety cites the following seat...

Road Rage and You

When you’re on the road, always watch out for the other guy. Today, that’s an increasingly good piece of advice. It seems like everyone on the highway is stressed out and angry. In the worst instances, that frustration manifests itself as road rage. CBS News tells us...

Should I Settle or Should I go to Trial?

It’s safe to say that the majority of personal injury lawsuits end up settling way before they go to trial. Settling the lawsuit means that you give up any rights you have to pursue additional litigation. But settling also means you agree to a cash payout from the...

What are the Steps for Divorce in Nevada?

It is definitely easier to get married in Nevada than to get divorced. That’s because, according to the law, marriage is a legally binding contract. Marriage includes assets, legal responsibilities, and of course, kids and pets that must be taken care of as part of...