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Monthly Archives: March 2011

UPDATE: Dubuisson Arrested in January’s Fatal Hit-And-Run Accident

Back in January, we told you about Inaya Sabra, who was killed when her sport utility vehicle was struck by a Mercedes on Interstate 15. Witnesses say that the driver of the Mercedes, Natalie Dubuisson, was driving at around 110 miles per hour when she struck the SUV as well as a pickup truck. The …

Metro Police Dealing with Rash of Auto-Pedestrian Accidents

Metro Police and other law enforcement agencies are always on the lookout for trends which may affect public safety. Recently, there have been a few auto-pedestrian accidents in the valley over a relatively short period of time. So Metro Police are urging caution and vigilance among motorists and pedestrians alike. The latest auto-pedestrian accident happened …

What Higher Insurance Coverage Minimums Mean For Accident Victims

You may have been reading about a bill in the State Assembly which would raise the amount of liability insurance that Nevada drivers would be required to purchase in order to drive in the state. AB120 would raise the minimum level of liability insurance coverage from $15,000 to $50,000 per driver. The legislation is currently …

Traffic Battle Between Boulder City, Bullhead City

It’s an easy concept to understand: the more vehicles on the road, the higher the chances are for motor vehicle accidents to occur. These collisions cause pain and monetary losses for those involved, put additional strain on police and paramedics to respond to them, and snarl traffic and create inconvenience for other drivers. As a …