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The Ever-Present Dangers of Illegal Street Racing

As it turns out, going really, really fast is one of the most popular and most deadly rushes of adrenaline out there. Pop culture chase scenes and blockbuster movies have only exacerbated this itch, as thousands of motorists engage in illegal street and drag races all over the U.S. each year. These impromptu speed trials … Read more

The Ins and Outs of Nevada Wrongful Death Cases

Without getting too profound, the worst case for any scenario is death. In a broad sense, a proverbial “line in the sand” is crossed once an individual loses their life, and there is no way to undo the situation or recross that line. This concept holds true in the field of personal injury– injuries, even … Read more

A Quick Guide to Nevada Bus Accidents

With an enormous tourist population as well as a sprawling suburban landscape, Las Vegas is unfortunately a hotbed for various kinds of bus accidents. Due to the fact that these are some of the rarest and most severe crashes in terms of damages and parties involved, it is important for all Nevada motorists to know … Read more

Your Guide to Nevada Dog Bite Injury Cases

Surprisingly, the state of Nevada does not enforce a statewide policy regarding dog bites. Rather, dog bite claims are adjudicated primarily through past precedent and city mandates, meaning that courts look through past cases for guidance on current ones. For personal injury claims, the claimant (plaintiff) has the responsibility of proving that the defendant acted … Read more

Why You Should Avoid Taking Gaps in Treatment

With the word “injury” right there in the title, it’s no secret that all personal injury cases are centered around ailments, treatment, and compensation. Therefore, it is important for all claimants to understand exactly what they should and should not do when treating their injuries so that the strength of their case is never jeopardized. … Read more

The Truth About Xeljanz and its Numerous Health Risks

When we feel pain or discomfort, we take medicine in order to alleviate that pain, not to exacerbate it. However, when a drug’s risks outweigh its benefits, the results can be catastrophic and wide-reaching. We as consumers are essentially forced to trust that the manufacturers and pharmaceutical companies who supply our medications have fully tested … Read more

The True Dangers of Talcum Powder and Other Talc Products

For the most part, when we buy products–especially health and cosmetic-related products–we debate factors like quality, price, and quantity. Safety and potential harm is not usually a consideration, nor should it be. While there are substantial processes and agencies in place that seek to mitigate harmful goods, some inevitably slip through the cracks. Unfortunately, talcum … Read more

Injured By a Pressure Cooker? Here’s What to Do

Now more than ever, people are staying home to cook and try new recipes, especially with the advent of grocery and meal subscription delivery services. As a result of this artisanal culinary trend, manufacturers have increased their production of household appliances. Unfortunately, as is the case with most production surges, the quality control suffers, which … Read more

The Ins and Outs of the Accident Claim Process

After you’ve completed the all-important first step of retaining a qualified personal injury attorney from Van Law Firm for your auto accident claim, the next most important actions to take are essentially whatever your doctor says. By continuing treatments, taking prescribed medications, and otherwise following instructions, you will gradually heal and the strength of your … Read more

What You Should and Shouldn’t Do After a Las Vegas Fender Bender

Most people are of the belief that it is unnecessary to contact an attorney after a relatively minor car accident, also known as a “fender bender.” For the most part, damages and immediate injuries are minimal, and everyone just has a spell of butterflies and increased heart rate.  These sensations are typical effects of an … Read more