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Monthly Archives: July 2010

Child Drowning Statistics in Nevada Pools

There have also been numerous stories of a child wandering into a pool and drowning. If the pool (be it residential or municipal) does not have barriers which are designed to keep young children out, then the pool owners or operators might be found liable in a wrongful death lawsuit.

Are Victims of Rear-End Collisions Ever at Fault?

The underlying logic behind this determination lies in traffic laws which state that all drivers must be given room to stop when a vehicle stops in front of them. With that in mind, it is the responsibility of the “trailing” driver to follow at a safe distance in order for such a stop to occur safely.

ATV Accident Injuries in Las Vegas

There are no state agencies which regulate ATVs, nor are there laws specifically designed to prevent ATV accidents. The only laws in Nevada pertaining to ATVs govern where they can be ridden (in designated areas, not on paved highways, etc.). Not only does this endanger ATV drivers and passengers, but it also increases the chances of injuries to pedestrians, bystanders, and even other motorists.