Anton Yelchin killed by recalled vehicle

The death of 27-year old actor Anton Yelchin that occurred on June 19 has officially been ruled as an accident by the county coroner’s office of Los Angeles. This confirmed a preliminary statement that had been issued by the Los Angeles police department when the accident occurred. Yelchin, who rose to fame after his role […]

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Staying Safe While Boating this Summer

While boating, it is important to take safety precautions to ensure that a fun day out on the water goes well, without any accidents or incidents. Some of the precautions given by the National Transportation Safety Board are; 1) Using a life jacket when on a boat and ensuring that children never take off theirs. […]

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Playground Concussions: Who’s to blame?

Playground concussions are increasing. This is the finding of a new government study which established that injuries were mostly sustained when children were on monkey bars and swings. While most of the injuries turn out to be mild, the concussions were potentially serious which has raised flags with public health officials. The study was done […]

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Safety Tips for Las Vegas Roads

Las Vegas is a busy hub for people of all sorts. Due to the high volume of tourists, a lack of familiarity with traffic patterns and upcoming turns can lead to risky driving that threatens both drivers and pedestrians alike. However, anyone using Las Vegas roads can practice a few simple things that will help […]

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Slip & Fall: Who is to Blame?

Slip & fall claims are a very common case for Las Vegas injury lawyers, and they are only legitimate if the injury can be proven to have been caused by a property owner’s negligence. Sometimes this is easy to prove: maybe a hotel has received multiple calls about cracked pavement and never done anything about […]

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Safety Tips for Las Vegas Roads

Las Vegas is a busy hub for people of all sorts. Due to the high volume of tourists, a lack of familiarity with traffic patterns and upcoming turns can lead to risky driving that threatens both drivers and pedestrians alike. However, anyone using Las Vegas roads can practice a few simple things that will help […]

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Five Most Common Types of Car Accident Injuries

Millions of people are hurt each year in car accidents across the United States. These injuries vary almost as much as the accidents which cause them. However, there are a few that occur more commonly than others, split across both impact injuries and penetrating injuries. 1. Soft tissue injuries span all harm done to the […]

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Personal Injury: What is Negligence?

Most claims that arise after an accident causes an injury require “negligence” to hold a party accountable for the injury. Negligence is generally a careless action caused by a person or company that causes harm to another party. The careless person is then legally liable for the harm. Determining that negligence exists is one of […]

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Commercial Real Estate Leases Part 2

National Business Institute: Commercial Lease Seminar Presented by D. Christ Albright, Esq. A. TURNKEY (LANDLORD BUILD) v. TI ALLOWANCE (TENANT BUILD). TURNKEY CLAUSE EXAMPLE (Landlord build) All the Tenant Improvements described above, if any, shall be performed by Landlord at its cost and expense using Building standard materials and finishes and in the Building standard […]

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Commercial Real Estate Leases Part 1

National Business Institute: Commercial Lease Seminar Presented by D. Christ Albright, Esq. A. ASSIGNMENT AND SUBLETTING CLAUSES ASSIGNMENT/SUBLEASE RESTRICTION CLAUSE EXAMPLE Tenant shall not assign, mortgage or encumber this Lease, or sublet or permit the Premises or any part thereof to be used or occupied by any party other than Tenant and Tenant’s agents and […]

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