Halloween Safety and Avoiding Accidents

October 30th, 2010 by Farhan Naqvi in Nevada Personal Injury Information

Halloween is supposed to be a day of adventure, excitement, and fun for Nevada children. Unfortunately, with so many youngsters out and about on All Hallow’s Eve, the chances of vehicle-pedestrian accidents skyrocket.

Another Toyota Recall

October 29th, 2010 by Farhan Naqvi in Nevada Personal Injury Information

According to Toyota, leaking brake fluid could cause a gradual decline in the effectiveness of the brakes. Drivers might notice their brakes starting to feel “spongy” when applying the brake pedal. Owners of the affected vehicles should take them to an authorized Toyota service dealer to have the brake master cylinder seal replaced at no charge.

Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) and Baby Positioners

October 26th, 2010 by Farhan Naqvi in Nevada Personal Injury Information

Scientists have not determined the exact cause of SIDS, but they have discovered links to certain risk factors. One of these factors is putting the baby to sleep on his or her stomach or side. That’s why physicians recommend that Las Vegas parents position their infants on their backs when they sleep.

Hoover Dam Bypass Opens, Drivers Must Exercise Caution

October 24th, 2010 by Farhan Naqvi in Nevada Personal Injury Information

At 1,900 feet, it is the longest single-span concrete arch bridge in the Western hemisphere. It is estimated that a vehicle trip from Las Vegas to Phoenix will now be reduced by 30 minutes or more.

Las Vegas Police Emphasize Safety After Rash of Motorcycle Accidents

October 14th, 2010 by Farhan Naqvi in Nevada Personal Injury Information

“We need to be aware that motorcycles are on the road,” said Metro Police Officer Michael Lemley said, according to 8newsnow.com. “They are a smaller vehicle, so drivers need to be aware.”

Personal Injuries While Jumping on a Trampoline

October 12th, 2010 by Farhan Naqvi in Nevada Personal Injury Information

It is important that parents supervise children who are bouncing on trampolines. This is especially important if your kids’ friends or other children are using the trampoline as well. Much like owning a swimming pool, if a child injures himself or herself on your trampoline, you could be held liable for damages in a personal injury case.

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