Henderson, Nevada-based Real Water, Inc. has been under fire after its recent recall of Real Water drinking water, with some consumers reporting side effects ranging from nausea and vomiting to liver failure. After an investigation by the FDA and the Southern Nevada Health District revealed that multiple cases of non-viral hepatitis were connected to consumption of Real Water, the company… Read More »Real Water Recall Notice
Being a pedestrian in Nevada can be a risky prospect. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reports that Nevada had the eighth-highest pedestrian fatality rate in the nation for 2018 (the last year for which data is available). That year, 79 pedestrians were killed—an increase of nearly double over the last five years. All but five of these pedestrian… Read More »Understanding Nevada’s Pedestrian Right-of-Way Laws
In the decade since Uber and Lyft were launched, these ride-share companies—and others—have changed the face of the taxi industry. But because so many ride-share drivers are independent contractors and aren’t employed by a parent company, assessing liability and apportioning damages in a ride-share crash can be complicated. If you’ve recently been involved in an Uber or Lyft car accident… Read More »Who’s Liable — and Who Pays — in a Nevada Ride-Share Crash?
Nevada’s long desert highways make it an ideal landscape for motorcycle enthusiasts. Unfortunately, this hobby can pose many unique dangers. In 2018—the most recent year for which data is available—nearly 5,000 motorcyclists were killed while riding. These fatal motorcycle accidents consistently occur 27 times more frequently (per mile driven) than other types of motor vehicle crashes, even though around 95… Read More »Three Things You Should Do After a Motorcycle Accident