Soft Tissue Injuries

The term soft tissue is often defined by what it is not: it is not bones. Thus, soft tissue includes structures that connect, support, and surround bones. When people speak of injuries to soft tissue, they normally refer to injuries to muscles, ligaments, tendons, etc. Injuries to soft tissues, with proper care, often resolve in […]

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Nevada Water Park and Swimming Pool Accidents and Drownings in Las Vegas, Nevada

Nevada Water Park & Swimming Pool Accidents and Drownings Nevada offers a wide variety of attractions for tourists from around the world, visitors traveling within the state and even locals. While these attractions offer adventure, in some situations, water parks, theme parks and swimming pool areas also can put visitors at risk, such as when […]

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Bike Accidents In Las Vegas and Southern Nevada; Personal Injury Lawyers in Las Vegas

National Bike Accident Statistics Now that spring is here, Southern Nevadans are out in large numbers on their bicycles. Danger is in the air. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), bicyclist deaths comprise around 2% of all traffic-related fatalities that occur on U.S. roads. Bike accidents and deaths tend to afflict young […]

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Steps in a Typical Auto Accident Claim

Steps in a Typical Auto Accident Claim 1. Notice of Representation Letter to Insurance Company of Potential Defendant After you retain counsel at Albright Stoddard Warnick & Albright to recover damages for your injuries sustained in an accident, we will notify the insurance company of the driver at fault that you have retained counsel. In […]

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Distracted Driving and Personal Injuries from Auto Accidents

Distracted Driving with Children The subject of distracted driving has heavily focused on the dangers of texting while driving, particularly among teenagers. Now two new studies, one from North American and one from Australia, show that parents driving their kids are also guilty of being distracted at the wheel. The studies indicate that distracted-driver parents […]

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Failure to Yield Right of Way Accidents in Las Vegas, Nevada

Failure to Yield Right-of-Way Accidents in Southern Nevada Many of the accidents that happen in Las Vegas, Nevada, are due to a driver’s failure to yield the right-of-way. This is one of the leading causes of accidents, especially involving motorcycles, and many times the driver claims that he or she did not see the motorcycle. […]

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Rear End Collisions and Accidents in Las Vegas, Nevada

Accidents Caused by Rear End Collisions in Las Vegas, Nevada Rear end collisions are one of the most common kinds of motor vehicle accidents. Some studies indicate that rear end collisions account for the majority of total crashes at approximately 37%. A rear end collision occurs when the front end of one vehicle hits the […]

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Pedestrian Accidents and Injuries in Las Vegas, Nevada

Pedestrian Accidents in Las Vegas, Nevada At some point, Ne­vadans of all ages are exposed to the risk of pedestrian injury. Whether walking from their parked car to their place of employment, walking to school, taking the bus, or jogging for exercise, Nevadans share public roadways with motor vehicles, placing themselves at direct risk for […]

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Taxi Cab Accident Attorneys in Las Vegas, Nevada

Taxi Cab Accidents in Las Vegas, Nevada Taxi accidents are common in the Las Vegas metro area due to a variety of factors, including busy city streets and the time pressures of driving a taxi cab, especially given the very high level of traffic congestion near McCarran airport and the strip corridor along Las Vegas […]

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Drunk Driving Accidents and Personal Injuries in Las Vegas, Nevada

Drunk driving is one of the leading causes of auto accidents in the United States, as well as in Nevada. It is estimated that one in three Americans will be involved in a drunk driving related accident at some time during their lives. According to figures released by Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD), 16,694 people […]

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