Nevada News on Vehicle Deaths from Faulty GM Ignition Switches

News continues to break in Northern Nevada about car accidents from GM ignition switch malfunctions. These cases are occurring all over the country, and the news is coming in from different directions. Just today, news broke in a case in Georgia, where a family had settled a wrongful death case against General Motors for five …

Las Vegas Children Unfortunately also a Product of Personal Injury and Accident Law

Recently, due to the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act of 2008 (CPSIA), the United States can proudly claim to be one of the international leaders in children’s product safety. Unfortunately, despite the number of precautions we take, and regardless of the care we give our children, injuries can still happen. As parents ourselves, we know …

Motorcycle Related Accidents in Las Vegas and Nevada on the Rise

Each year many more people are discovering the pleasure and economic benefits of riding a motorcycle. Due to the relatively consistent weather in the Nevada desert, motorcycle riding is a yearlong activity. However, riding a motorcycle is not entirely fun and games. Motorcyclists are required to have the needed skills to operate such a vehicle …

Nevada Recalls Announced for Defective Children’s Products

Parents across the United States and Nevada want the best for their children. They work hard to get money to pay for food, shelter, clothing, toys and entertainment. When the same parents hear about a recall of a child’s toy or clothing, they understandably get very upset. The last thing they want is a defective …

Information on Recently Recalled Products That Endanger Nevadans Across The State

Multiple product recalls announced recently pose injury and possible death concerns for many Nevadans. These product recalls of over thousands of shipped and were possibly sold by many Silver State retailers. If you have been injured by a defective product sold in Nevada, contact NV-Attorney.com for a free legal consultation today. One of the recalls …