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Joseph Benson and Ben Bingham | February 22, 2024 |

At the University Medical Center (UCM) in Las Vegas, Nevada medical professionals are accustomed with the aftermath of Nevada traffic accidents—from life altering injuries to death. Statistic from earlier this year shows that between 2017 and 2019 almost nine-thousand patients have been admitted to Nevada hospitals due to traffic injuries. Of those admitted, seventy-one percent […]


Joseph Benson and Ben Bingham | February 12, 2024 |

Every day in the United States, an average of thirty seven people lose their life in drunk driving crashes—or one person every forty minutes. In 2021, more than thirteen thousand lives were lost in DUI crashes related to alcohol, which was almost a fifteen percent increase from the prior year [1] As a result of […]


Joseph Benson and Ben Bingham | February 8, 2024 |

Understanding The Timeline: Receiving Your Nevada Personal Injury Settlement Check Going through the process of a personal injury case can be challenging, especially when you are anxious to receive compensation for damages. Your Nevada personal injury lawyer can help you protect your rights, get the compensation you deserve, and potentially speed up the process, but […]


Joseph Benson and Ben Bingham | February 7, 2024 |

Filing Your Workers’ Compensation Claim After a Scaffolding Accident In Las Vegas If you work in a job that involves scaffolding and you have been in an accident, you know how impactful those accidents can be. Scaffolding accidents can occur due to various factors, including equipment failure, human error, lack of proper training, or unsafe […]


Joseph Benson and Ben Bingham | February 6, 2024 |

How To Navigate Legal Actions After a Retail Store Injury In Nevada Although online shopping is becoming more and more common, retail stores still play an important role in the United States. Retail stores allow customers to compare items in person, try things on, and check on sizes, colors, and other features. They also allow […]


Joseph Benson and Ben Bingham | February 5, 2024 |

The Effect Of Hearsay On Nevada Injury Claims: What To Know Nevada Rules of Evidence are important to be aware of if your personal injury accident goes to court. Nevada’s Rules of Evidence are what decide which evidence is admissible and inadmissible in court. Your Nevada personal injury lawyer will work with you to create […]


Joseph Benson and Ben Bingham | January 30, 2024 |

Last month, on December 28, the Nevada Supreme Court ruled on the case between McCord v The State of Nevada, a case which revolved around police searches during traffic stops. In March 2021, the Reno Police Department pulled over David McCord, a suspected drug dealer, for a dealership-issued license plate which obscured “Nevada”. However, during […]


Joseph Benson and Ben Bingham | January 7, 2024 |

What Legal Steps Can You Take In Nevada When Airbags Fail To Deploy? When you step into a vehicle, you trust that every component, especially safety features like airbags, is designed to protect you in the event of an accident. But what happens when these critical safety features fail? In Nevada, where road safety is […]


Joseph Benson and Ben Bingham | January 6, 2024 |

How Comparative Negligence Influences a Nevada Car Accident Claim In Las Vegas, the aftermath of a car accident often leads drivers into a labyrinth of legal considerations. Beyond the immediate physical and material damages, lies the complex task of determining fault. Here, in the heart of Nevada, the simple notion of “not being at fault” […]


Joseph Benson and Ben Bingham | January 5, 2024 |

What Steps Should You Take Following a Highway Accident In Nevada? Suppose you’ve been involved in a highway accident in Las Vegas, especially one that resulted in injuries. In that case, it’s critical to understand the intricacies of negligence determination in these cases and how Nevada’s highway accident laws apply to your situation. Regardless of […]


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