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The Most Important Evidence in a Personal Injury Claim

December 17, 2019
Evidence can make or break a personal injury case. That may seem obvious, but the window for gathering many of the most important types of evidence can be very small, and in the aftermath of your injury, you may not remember to snap photos of the accident scene or request surveillance video footage… Read Full Post
Category: Personal Injury

Who is Responsible for a Slip and Fall Accident?

December 02, 2019
Who is responsible for a slip-and-fall accident? There can be a variety of parties who might be responsible for a slip and fall accident. The owner or manager of the premises, along with the person who caused the condition that caused the injury if that is a different person, so if for example a… Read Full Post

6 Mistakes to Avoid in Your Personal Injury Claim

November 11, 2019
A severe injury can change your life in ways you weren't prepared for. Car accidents, slip-and-fall injuries, and other incidents can harm you physically, mentally, emotionally, and financially. If your damages were caused by the actions or negligence of another person, you may be able to recover… Read Full Post

Types of Investment Fraud

October 31, 2019
Individuals and businesses can fall victim to many types of investment fraud, including affinity fraud, advance fees, promissory notes, pre-IPO scams, pyramid schemes, Ponzi schemes, and pump-and-dump fraud. Smart investing can help a person set themselves up for a comfortable retirement or enable… Read Full Post
Category: Business Law

What is a Material Breach?

September 26, 2019
Contracts are an integral part of running a company. When you're a business owner, they will protect your interests and ensure that your dealings with partners, employees, vendors, and other parties are fair. Because contracts are so integral to running a business, a material breach of contract —… Read Full Post
Category: Business Law

Should I Incorporate my Business in Nevada?

August 14, 2019
Nevada is often thought of as one of the most business-friendly states in the country. Its tax laws and lack of regulations make it an attractive place for prospective entrepreneurs or business owners looking to expand. However, taking advantage of Nevada's business-friendly nature is not as… Read Full Post
Category: Business Law

Who is Liable in an Uber or Lyft Car Accident?

August 12, 2019
Ridesharing services such as Uber and Lyft have undergone a massive rise in popularity recently. With their increasing prevalence in nearly every American city, the chances of getting into a car accident involving a ridesharing vehicle have also gone up, whether you're a passenger, a pedestrian, or… Read Full Post

Premises Liability in Casinos

July 25, 2019
Between the slot machines, floor shows, free drinks, and interesting people, casinos are a fun place to spend your free time. They're playgrounds for adults. More than 40 million tourists visit Nevada casinos every year, and the state's tourism industry brings in more than $60 billion annually.… Read Full Post
Category: Personal Injury

Car Accident Laws in California and Nevada

June 25, 2019
A car accident can leave you hurting physically, mentally, emotionally, and financially. If you or a loved one were injured because of the actions of another driver, you may be entitled to compensation. However, state laws in California and Nevada affect how much you can recover, depending on the… Read Full Post
Category: Car Accident

Why Choose REA Law

December 20, 2018
The legal system can be very complex. Statutes of limitations, dense regulations on individuals and small businesses, and combinations of federal and state law all make it difficult for those seeking relief through civil courts. Add the deep pockets of the insurance industry and other companies… Read Full Post