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Justin Simpson | May 20, 2020 | Tags: ,

The effects were felt almost immediately, and the phenomenon has shown itself to be enduring: With most Americans sheltering in place and largely staying home, the roads and highways are largely empty. And with that drastic reduction in traffic has come a stark decrease in car accident injuries. As the roads become clear, so too […]


BensonBingham | May 18, 2020 |

How To Travel Safely Author, playwright, and eternal free-spirit Oscar Wilde once wrote: “Live with no excuses and travel with no regrets.” We should all hope to live by such open-hearted and open-minded principles. Still, from the legal perspective at Benson & Bingham Accident Injury Lawyers, we would hasten to add a “but” at the […]


Justin Simpson | May 13, 2020 |

Today marks two months since the Trump Administration declared the novel coronavirus pandemic a national emergency. In at least two ways, it feels like we are back where we started from. One aspect is the tenor of the Administration’s discussion of the pandemic. The other way in which it feels like we have come full […]


BensonBingham | May 11, 2020 |

What To Do After a Car Accident Getting injured in a car accident can cause severe physical, emotional, and financial pain. Victims of Nevada crashes often want to know what they need to do to recover the compensation they need to pay bills, make up for lost time at work, and hold the person or […]


BensonBingham | May 4, 2020 |

Drunk Driving Victims Drunk driving accidents happen every day across the country, inflicting catastrophic injuries and dozens of fatalities. Victims of these drunk driving accidents often have legal rights to seek substantial amounts of compensation from the drunk driver and others legally responsible for the drunk driver’s conduct. In this blog post, the drunk driving […]


Justin Simpson | May 1, 2020 | Tags:

In more than 40 states across the nation, Americans are under some form or another of “stay-at-home” orders. Despite some small and media-hyped protests against these measures, Americans are largely supportive of them and have been obedient. With so many fewer people going about daily life, traffic on the nation’s roadways has fallen precipitously. And […]


Justin Simpson | April 28, 2020 |

With new figures in this week – some 4.4 million people filed new unemployment claims in the last week alone – the tally of job losses due to the novel coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) now exceeds 26 million. [1] As we have discussed in recent posts, the country is facing economic devastation unknown since the Great […]


BensonBingham | April 25, 2020 |

If you have ever flown on an airplane, you have likely had the experience. The pilot comes on the intercom to warn of a bumpy ride. The seat belt lights come on. Next thing you know, your drink is sloshing and your stomach feels like it is in your chest as the plane seems to […]


Justin Simpson | April 20, 2020 |

Since the United States reported its first case back in January, the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has continued its spread, reaching every U.S. state and registering – as of this writing – nearly three-quarters of a million illnesses and more than 34,000 deaths. [1] And as we know, the virus’s toll has not been only […]


Justin Simpson | April 10, 2020 |

As the month of April churns on, Americans remain in a defensive crouch to try and beat back the novel coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) that has disrupted the personal and economic lives of hundreds of millions of people the world over. The response to the virus has come in stages. At first it was a distant […]


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