Matt Sharp leads efforts to recover $18 million from the State of Nevada for homeowners injured by the Little Valley fire. read more
Why is asbestos so dangerous? [infographic]

No one in Nevada should have to worry about exposure to dangerous substances. However, there is evidence that many are suffering from diseases […]

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When your insurance company cuts corners on your car accident repair [infographic]

When a product is found to have a defect that causes injury, people here in Nevada can file a Reno product liability claim […]

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The long-term effects of a spinal cord injury

The spinal cord is a column of nerve tissues inside the vertebral canal. It connects to the brain and carries messages to the […]

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Superbug outbreak may be a warning that hospitals are not following proper procedure

Nevada residents want to be able to receive potentially life-saving medical procedures without the risk for adverse events. These events, which a Reno […]

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Does Performance Metrics system raise prescription error risks?

Whether Nevada residents go to a community pharmacy, a chain or a grocery store for prescriptions, they should be able to count on […]

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Does an FDA label mean that a pharmaceutical drug is safe to use?

Nowadays, it is all too easy to see an “FDA approved” label on a product and automatically assume that it is safe to […]

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Brain injuries can take years to heal

For victims of brain injury, the healing process can be difficult and long. A Nevada personal injury attorney would agree that many severe […]

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Autism treatment drug is not without risks to children

Approved to treat autism in children in 2006, Risperdal, or risperidone, is both the first drug permitted for this purpose and the most […]

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Risperdal illegally used for some mental health conditions

When pharmaceutical companies create their drugs, they have a duty to the consumer to market those drugs only as far as the U.S. […]

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Study: ADHD drugs may create learning impairment in children

Attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder is a common childhood condition that can last into adulthood. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about […]

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