Month: January 2017

Victim Sues Casino After Severe Beating [infographic]

Published on January 26, 2017, by Matthew Sharp

Health Care Litigation, Infographic

A tourist filed suit against a casino alleging that the casino failed to maintain adequate security, ultimately resulting in his severe beating. Casinos, like all businesses, are required to keep their premises free from reasonably anticipated or known dangerous conditions. (Article continues below Infographic) The Assault In this case, the plaintiffs were an elderly couple on vacation from Hawaii. They were gambling late at night when the husband, the victim, went to the bathroom before the couple was going to pack for their flight to Hawaii. While the [...]
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What You Should Know About Medical Device Recalls

Published on January 20, 2017, by Matthew Sharp

Product Liability

Recalls occur when a medical device is defective and/or when it creates a potential health risk to public safety. When defective medical devices are used, serious injuries, complications, and fatalities are often seen by a defective medical device lawyer Reno NV. Who Recalls Defective Medical Devices? The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) oversees the safety of medical devices. In most cases, the manufacturer or distributor of a medical device voluntarily recalls the device when the device is defective and creates a potential health risk to the public. [...]
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Overview of Auto Insurance Laws in Nevada [infographic]

Published on January 5, 2017, by Matthew Sharp

Infographic, Insurance Bad Faith

Nevada requires that all motor vehicle owner maintain an auto insurance policy that carries minimum coverage. Failure to maintain such a policy could result in a misdemeanor conviction. (Article continues below Infographic) Insurance Requirements Nevada requires all Nevada-registered vehicles to maintain an automobile insurance policy from a duly authorized seller. The policy is necessary to maintain the following minimum coverage levels: $15,000 of liability coverage for bodily injury or death of one person in any one crash;$30,000 of liability coverage for bodily injury or death of any two [...]
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