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Joseph Benson and Ben Bingham | May 20, 2024 |

Expert Strategies For Handling Car Accident Insurance Claims & Settlement Talks If you have found yourself injured in a car accident, there are several things that you should keep in mind in order to make sure you get the maximum amount from insurance companies. It is not a secret that insurance companies will do what […]


Joseph Benson and Ben Bingham | May 17, 2024 |

Prior to the beginning of May, and nearing the end of the first half of 2024, Nevada traffic officials announced that Clark County roadways have seen a 65% increase in traffic fatalities compared with this time in 2023 (32 more fatalities than 2023). Since the beginning of 2024, there have been seventy crashes in the […]


Joseph Benson and Ben Bingham | May 16, 2024 |

Strategic Approaches To Enhance Payouts In Auto Collision Cases In the wake of a car accident, navigating the murky waters of insurance negotiations can feel like an uphill battle. Insurance companies are notorious for their tactics aimed at minimizing payouts, leaving accident victims grappling with mounting medical bills and lost wages. That’s why we’ve compiled […]


Joseph Benson and Ben Bingham | May 8, 2024 |

Las Vegas, Nevada is known for its vibrant night-life, parties, and casinos—characteristics that result in the city’s economy heavily relying upon businesses that serve alcohol. However, in a state where more than forty percent of traffic deaths are a result of drunk driving, higher than the nation’s average, it is only natural to ask, should […]


Joseph Benson and Ben Bingham | April 16, 2024 |

Nevada is an appealing state to move to – its proximity to major metropolitan areas, its growing cities like Las Vegas and Reno, and a myriad of other economic and social factors makes the state enticing, especially to residents of its neighboring states. However, this exodus of residents from our neighboring states to Nevada comes […]


Joseph Benson and Ben Bingham | March 20, 2024 |

April Stewart of Las Vegas Nevada lost her sixteen-year-old daughter, Mary Lilly, in 2015. Mary Lilly was crossing six lanes of traffic at a designated crosswalk when she was struck and killed by a driver—only yards from the curb. The driver stated that they had not seen Mary Lilly crossing the road. Her story isn’t […]


Joseph Benson and Ben Bingham | March 19, 2024 |

Crucial Strategies For Recording Workers’ Compensation Claims In Las Vegas Suffering a workplace injury can be stressful and overwhelming, especially when documenting the process for workers’ compensation. Whether you’re a seasoned employee or new to the workforce, understanding the steps in a workers’ comp injury documentation is crucial to ensure proper support. With the help […]


Joseph Benson and Ben Bingham | March 15, 2024 |

How Product Liability Insurance Influences Your Injury Claim: An In-Depth Analysis You’ve likely heard about product liability insurance, but do you understand how it can influence your injury claim against a company? Whether you’ve experienced harm from a faulty product or are simply curious about your rights in such situations, understanding the role of product […]


Joseph Benson and Ben Bingham | March 14, 2024 |

Since 2023 is in the books, it is time to reflect on the prior year, including the traffic data available, and discuss what can be done to improve traffic safety within Nevada. Earlier this month, WalletHub, a personal finance website, utilized the most recent traffic data as well as driver surveys to compile a list […]


Joseph Benson and Ben Bingham | March 13, 2024 |

Deepening Your Insight Into Nevada’s Workers’ Compensation For Assault & Battery Incidents When you think about workplace safety, your mind might instantly go to slips, falls, or machinery accidents. But what about the less talked about, yet equally serious incidents of assault and battery? It’s crucial to understand how workers’ compensation in Las Vegas steps […]


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