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Advice On Settling Wrongful Death Claims in Nevada In January 2017 “Nevada Lawyer”

Mike Mills’ article on Settling Wrongful Death Claims in Nevada appeared in the January 2017 issue of the Nevada Lawyer magazine.  Mike was honored to join other legal scholars who covered important topics on Personal Injury Law in Nevada.  Check out Mike’s advice HERE. If you need additional information on this topic, please don’t hesitate to contact Michael C. Mills of Bauman, Loewe, Witt & Maxwell at 702-240-6060 x 114 or contact him by email at … [Read more...]

Nevada Requires Drivers To File Traffic Reports If Police Do Not Respond

The Las Vegas’ Metropolitan Police Department no longer responds to motor vehicle accidents where no one reports an injury.  However, if Metro does not respond, current law requires drivers (or if the drivers are unable, then the owners) to file an accident report if a Nevada motor vehicle accident results in property damage that exceeds $750.00.  See NRS 484E.070(2).  Thus, these driver’s Reports of Traffic Accident have become more critical than ever before.  The Report of Traffic Accident … [Read more...]

What Will Happen When Las Vegas Metro PD No Longer Responds To “Property Damage Only” Accidents?

Click here to read "LVMPD Modifies Response to Property Damage Collisions" or click on the image above. … [Read more...]

Asiana Flight 214: What Went Right?

Typically after an airplane crash, the focus is on what went wrong.  In the case of the recent crash of Asiana Flight 214 from Seoul, Korea to San Francisco the question should be framed as “what went right?”  After all, 307 passengers and crew made it off the plane alive; only three lives were lost.  This speaks volumes about the integrity of the Boeing 777 airplane, the training and preparedness of the 12 flight attendants on board and the comportment of the passengers who remained orderly and … [Read more...]

Which State’s Law Applies When An Accident Happens Out Of State In A Nevada Rental Car?

Las Vegas loves tourists and tourists love Las Vegas!!!  Of course, many tourists come here to see the hotels, the casinos and the shows.  But sometimes the hotels, casinos and shows all start to look alike.  So tourists have been known to rent cars and go wandering the Wild West to take in the natural wonders just a few hours from town, including Death Valley in California, the Grand Canyon in Arizona and Zion National Park in Utah.  That’s a lot of travel across many state lines.  So when an … [Read more...]