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January 2018 Archives

Construction site accidents and the Fatal Four


Whether it is roadwork on one of Nevada's many streets and highways or whether it is the erection of a new building, workers in the construction industry perform very important jobs. However, construction work can be more dangerous than other professions. For example, according to the federal Occupational Health and Safety Administration, of the 4,693 private workers who died on-the-job in 2016, just over 21 percent of these individuals worked in the construction industry.

Can a custodial parent move away with their child?


Sometimes, after a child's parents have divorced and the dust has settled, months or even years later the child's custodial parent may wish to move with the child. Perhaps they got an offer for their "dream job" in another city or state. Or, maybe they want live closer to family. Or, maybe they feel they could offer their child a better life in a different city or state. Really, there are many reasons why a custodial parent in Nevada would wish to relocate with their child.

Recovering from a traumatic brain injury

A serious traumatic brain injury is a cause for concern. This type of head trauma requires immediate medical attention. Urgent medical care for a TBI is necessary to ensure the patient has an adequate supply of blood and oxygen and that no further damage is done to the brain or neck. 

Seeking compensation when you are injured on the job


Whatever the precipitating circumstances are, it is entirely possible for just about any worker in Nevada to be injured or made ill on-the-job. A worker might fall off a ladder, develop repetitive stress injuries, be injured by heavy machinery or in some other way be injured or made ill while at work. Sometimes these injuries or illnesses are so serious that the worker needs extensive medical care, and will be unable to work for a long period of time. When this happens, workers in Nevada may want to seek workers' compensation benefits.

62-year-old woman loses her life in a moped crash


Many people in Nevada enjoy riding mopeds. They offer a cheap and easy way to zip around town. Mopeds are popular with people of all ages, from college students to retirees. Unfortunately, operating a moped can sometimes be a very dangerous -- or even deadly --endeavor, as one recent incident shows.

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