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November 2018 Archives

Tow truck-pedestrian crash leads to personal injury in Nevada

Crossing the street in Reno and the nearby areas should be one of the simpler activities in life. While there are traffic lights, crosswalks and laws dedicated to keeping people safe as they function as pedestrians that does not mean drivers will adhere to them. People can be hit by a motor vehicle and suffer personal injury at any time. This can lead to serious injuries and death. When there is this kind of crash, those who are affected must remember their rights to consider a legal filing to be compensated.

Woman on scooter has personal injury after drunk driver hits her

There are constant dangers when out on the road in Reno in any capacity. However, pedestrians, bicyclists, people on scooters and motorcyclists face inherent risk when they are sharing the road with other people. Because they are so vulnerable, being in a crash can cause severe personal injury and even lead to death. This is made worse when there are people under the influence out on the road. After an accident, those who were hurt or lost a loved one need to make sure they understand the ramifications of the incident and protect themselves with a qualified legal professional.

Can my Nevada workers' compensation claim be reopened?

Nevada workers' compensation cases are rarely the same. Understanding how the law handles a case is critical to getting the necessary benefits. One problem that frequently arises is if a person wants to reopen a workers' compensation claim. Knowing how to deal with such a circumstance and having legal help is a must. When a case was closed and the work injury or condition from an industrial disease has changed or gotten worse, the worker has the right to ask that the case be reopened so more benefits and treatment can be provided.

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