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Steven J. Klearman

Regulating Safety With Intent

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights, adopted by the United Nations, claims that it is a fundamental right to feel safe from danger. This right is furthered in America, where threatening or intimidating another person is a crime. However, defining […]

Steven J. Klearman

Reno Gets Red Flag Warning: What It Means & What You Can Do

A Red Flag Warning was issued by the National Weather Service (NWS) in Reno due to an increased risk of fire as temperatures were expected to reach triple digits. The warning will be in effect from Tuesday at 1 p.m. […]

Steven J. Klearman

Winterize Your Home With These Safety Tips

The holidays are drawing near and with it come cold weather in most areas. Are you and your home prepared for the cold months that lay in wait? If not, by following the below tips you can be ready in […]

Steven J. Klearman

Report: Nevada Ranks Last For Education

The 24th Kids Count report was recently released and it suggests that the state of Nevada is a tough place for kids to live. The report, by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, annually ranks the…

Steven J. Klearman

Nevada Distracted Driving Citations In 2012

It’s been a year since Nevada banned cell phone use with the intent to lessen distracted driving while driving. Now, a new report released by The Nevada Highway Patrol shows that an…

Steven J. Klearman

NHP Investigates 100 Crashes In Snow Storm

The Nevada Highway Patrol (NHP) has been investigating more than 100 crashes since early Wednesday, up to today, according to a news release.

A total of 30 accidents involved injuries, while…

Steven J. Klearman

Assembly Bill 280 Leaves Handwashing Out of Hospital Health Checklist

The Reno Gazette Journal’s Frank Mullen Jr. reports:

A state Senate committee Thursday passed a hospital checklist bill, but declined to put a section about hand washing, requested by…

Steven J. Klearman

AAJ President Explains How Litigation Has Made Cars Safer

American Association for Justice President Gibson Vance authored an article in the Washington Post last month explaining the connection between decreased traffic deaths and the civil justice system….

Steven J. Klearman

Lyon County Sheriff's Office Enforcing Traffic Safety and Pedestrian Traffic Laws

The Reno Gazette Journal reports that the Lyon County Sheriff’s Office, along with Joining Forces/Office of Traffic Safety, will be increasing efforts to enforce traffic safety and pedestrian…

Steven J. Klearman

AAJ: Proposed Health Act is a New Attack on Civil Justice System

The American Association for Justice is warning the public about the sweeping new Health Act intended to replace Obama’s health care law. AAJ President C. Gibson Vance issued the following reaction…