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September 2013 Archives

Las Vegas senior hit by car while in the crosswalk, dies

According to police officers, nearly 70 people have died this year in Las Vegas as a result of traffic incidents. That number is staggering considering that the likelihood is very high that a large majority of the accidents probably could have been avoided. Traffic hazards are presented every day, but those who are alert and take every precaution to stay safe can better prevent themselves and others from being injured.

'Real Housewives' Vicki Gunvalson sued over vodka company

Vicki Gunvalson has recently been featured in the media and it has little to do with her part in the "Real Housewives of Orange County." According to a commercial litigation suit filed in Las Vegas against Gunvalson and several others, the plaintiff is asking for damages resulting from unjust enrichment and breach of contract, among other claims.

Jabbawockeez claim manager secretly raised his commission

Business relationships can be difficult on their own, but especially so when money is involved. It frequently compels individuals to act unlawfully in order to gain larger shares or higher commissions. When that occurs, the interested parties should strive to protect their investments, and sometimes the best way to do so is to file a business litigation lawsuit under the direction of a trusted attorney.

Appellate court rejects Google's motion to dismiss

In our technologically advanced world, it can be easy for some organizations to access private information without proper authority. As a result, legal protections were set in place to safeguard the rights of those in Las Vegas and nationwide who are victimized, and dissuade others from doing the same. However, the question posed by Google in an on-going civil appeals case is whether or not information that is available to the public can fall under those same legalities.

Reno motorcyclist seriously injured by falling hay bale

Unfortunate accidents happen every day in Las Vegas, and a large majority of personal injury cases occur due to the negligent actions of others. Sometimes it only takes an extra moment of attention and care to ensure that no one gets hurt, whether on the road or at work. When someone bypasses an important step or a quality control check because they are in a hurry or don’t want to expend the extra efforts to make certain that something is done right, the resulting consequences can be devastating and cause life-altering injuries.

Judge approved razing of Las Vegas Harmon Hotel tower

Las Vegas property owners have a responsibility to their patrons and the general public to protect consumers and provide a safe place for them. Everything from a slippery floor to a structurally unsound building has the potential of damaging others and must be properly dealt with even if it costs the property owners millions of dollars to do so.

Wood pellet plant wins appeal against City Planning Commission

Every day that a Las Vegas business is forced to shut its doors can translate in to another dollar lost. Such an occurrence can be very detrimental to an organization’s bottom line. It may even force them to make staff cuts in order to pay their bills on time so as to keep from ruining important relationships with vendors. When a business is unjustly required to close, no matter what the circumstances surrounding the closure are, it may be necessary to hire a civil appeals lawyer to ensure that that doesn’t happen.

The Act club says contract dispute was contrived to evict them

For years the popular adage “What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas” has been used to describe the city’s adult nightlife. Las Vegas often pushes the envelope with racy advertisements and entertainment, but some casino executives believe that the line has been crossed and are trying to put a stop to it.

Driver who killed motorcyclist in Las Vegas faces felony charges

Despite the plethora of warnings regarding the dangers of driving while intoxicated, there seem to be countless accidents that occur as a result of drunk driving each year in Las Vegas. It is no surprise that the rate of drunk driving may even be higher here than in other parts of the country do to the high level of tourism and the reputation that Las Vegas has of being a party city. However, this is still no reason for people to drink irresponsibly and not make sure that they have a designated driver or taxi to take them home at the end of the night.

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