Understanding Nevada Distracted Driving Laws

If you’ve spent any time on Nevada’s roads, you’ve probably seen plenty of distracted drivers. Distracted driving includes texting while driving, talking on handheld phones, checking social media, eating, shaving, painting fingernails, reading, and other things that take a driver’s attention away from the road…

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The Hazards Pedestrians Face in Nevada

Walking in Nevada can be deadly. In 2017, 99 pedestrians died on the state’s roadways, according to figures from the Nevada Department of Transportation. Not surprisingly, pedestrians in busy Las Vegas and the surrounding areas are particularly vulnerable. In Clark County, 78 pedestrians died, in…

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10 Common Birth Injuries

Birth injuries are those your child may suffer shortly before, during, and right after the birthing process, whether your child was delivered via vaginal birth or cesarean section (C-section). Many common birth injuries occur during difficult births and do not lead to long-term conditions. However,…

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Paul Padda Law Offering Employees Paid Family Leave

Paul Padda Law is leading the way in family-focused workplace policies by rolling out a paid parental leave benefit for all of it’s employees. Paul recognizes that much of his success can be attributed to the work of his dedicated team and encourages other business…

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What to Expect in a Deposition

The prospect of sitting for a deposition can be daunting. When you’re involved in a personal injury case, the idea of being peppered with questions by the other side’s aggressive attorney is understandably intimidating. If you know what to expect ahead of time and how…

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What Is the Difference Between a First Party Insurance Claim and Third Party Insurance Claim?

Being involved in a car accident can be frightening, to say the least. A serious crash may leave you with medical bills, time away from work, pain and suffering, emotional distress, and various other damages. Fortunately, Nevada law allows you to file an insurance claim…

Filed Under: Car Accident, Personal Injury, Personal Injury Cases, Personal Injury Education

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