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    • Nevada Supreme Court Clarifies Voir Dire Issue and Reinforces Collateral Source

      Nevada Supreme Court Clarifies Voir Dire Issue and Reinforces Collateral Source

      In the important new case of Khoury v. Seastrand, 132 Nev., Advance Opinion 52, filed (yesterday) on July 28, 2016, the Nevada Supreme Court held that attorneys can ask jurors questions concerning specific verdict amounts to determine potential bias or […]

    • Uber Works with Nevada DPS to Prevent Drunk Driving Over July 4th Weekend

      Uber Works with Nevada DPS to Prevent Drunk Driving Over July 4th Weekend

      The 4th of July is a loved holiday for many reasons, including fireworks and celebrating with friends and family, but, all too often festivities turn tragic due to drunk-driving crashes. In July 2014, the latest stats available, over the 4th […]

    • Takata Recall Expands to Include 7 Automakers

      Takata Recall Expands to Include 7 Automakers

      Seven automakers are adding an estimated 4.4 million vehicles to an extensive Takata air bag inflator recall within the U.S. Documents detailing recalls by BMW, General Motors and others, recently posted. Within a day, recalls from eight more automakers was […]

    • Nevada Donor Network Sued By Family for Fraud

      Nevada Donor Network Sued By Family for Fraud

      The Nevada Donor Network is being sued by three sisters that allege the nonprofit was misleading when a representative convinced them to allow tissue to be harvested from their mother. The suit alleges, that when their mother died unexpectedly, the […]

    • Summer Safety Tips

      Summer Safety Tips

      Kids across the country are finishing up their last days of school to start summer vacation. As such, there tends to an increase in serious injuries, especially to children, during these months. For that reason we thought it would be […]

    • Wrongful Death: Parents Sue Nevada Doctor For Son’s Death

      Wrongful Death: Parents Sue Nevada Doctor For Son’s Death

      The parents of an overdose victim are suing a Reno doctor for wrongful death for allegedly ignoring their warnings and continuing to increase the strength of their son’s painkiller dosage right up until his death. The suit, against Dr. Robert […]

    • Broccoli Slaw Among Food Items Recalled By Trader Joe’s

      Broccoli Slaw Among Food Items Recalled By Trader Joe’s

      Trader Joe’s recalled more than 33,000 pounds of broccoli slaw and kale salad because the sunflower seeds in the salad have the potential to be contaminated with Listeria (Listeriosis). The recall affects several states including Nevada. The use-by dates on […]

    • Ruling Allows California Officials To Face Lawsuit In Nevada

      Ruling Allows California Officials To Face Lawsuit In Nevada

      California officials can face allegations in Nevada State after a tie vote from the Supreme Court. The case is a long-running tax dispute with a Nevada inventor. Moreover, on a separate issue, the justices ruled 6-2 that Nevada is not […]

    • Federal Employers Liability Act VS Workers Compensation Claims

      Federal Employers Liability Act VS Workers Compensation Claims

      In 1908, Congress enacted The Federal Employers Liability Act, or FELA, which still provides a nationwide federal system of legal remedy and the protection of thousands of railroad workers as well as their families. How is FELA different than Workers […]

    • Cradle Swings Recalled Due To Fall Hazard

      Cradle Swings Recalled Due To Fall Hazard

      Infant cradle swings have been recalled by Fisher-Price due to a fall hazard. Cradle ‘n Swings are being recalled because when the seat peg is not fully engaged, the seat can fall unexpectedly, posing the risk of injury, according to […]