‘The Night When Ali Screamed’

June 13th, 2016 by niftyadmin in Personal Injury

Muhammad Ali, who was one of the most influential people of the 20th century, according to some, passed away quietly after a decades-long struggle with a serious brain injury.   Some fans may remember the former champ’s 1980 comeback fight against Larry Holmes. Mr. Ali, who could once float like a butterfly and sting like […]

Deadly Multi-Car Collision In Las Vegas

May 16th, 2016 by niftyadmin in Uncategorized

One driver was killed, and two others were injured, in a serious three-car crash near Sunrise Manor.   The wreck occurred near the intersection of Washington Avenue and Nellis Boulevard. According to police, a pickup truck ignored a traffic control device and slammed into a Nicholas and Company food distribution semi truck. That vehicle overturned […]

When Crossing The Street Becomes Dangerous

May 16th, 2016 by niftyadmin in Pedestrian Accident

A woman was critically injured in a serious pedestrian knockdown incident in northeast Las Vegas.   The pedestrian-car crash took place near the intersection of Nellis and Lake Mead Boulevards. According to witnesses at the scene, the woman, whose name was not released, crossed against the light and outside the crosswalk; she also appeared to […]

Distracted Driving Crash On Las Vegas Strip

May 16th, 2016 by niftyadmin in Car Accidents

At least three people were injured in a serious chain-reaction crash not far from Caesar’s Palace.   According to multiple witnesses, a taxi driver was talking on his cell phone when he apparently collided with a second vehicle near the intersection of Las Vegas Boulevard and Flamingo Road. The cabbie, who did not have any […]

The Link Between Monkey Bars And Serious Injury

May 16th, 2016 by niftyadmin in Personal Injury, Slip & Fall Accident

Largely as a result of playground mishaps, children are incurring traumatic brain injuries at an alarming rate.   Researchers from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention wrote that activities at indoor gyms, unsupervised recreational sports, and large indoor play areas also contributed to a 30 percent increase (from 21,000 to 30,000 annually) in TBIs […]

How Safe Is That Rented Room?

April 14th, 2016 by niftyadmin in Uncategorized

Recent terrorist attacks in Paris and Brussels have made Americans afraid to travel, and Las Vegas hotels must do more to make visitors feel safe, according to a leading scholar. Peter Tarlow, a retired rabbi and professor at Texas A&M University who is a security consultant for officials at the upcoming Summer Olympic Games in […]