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Contributory or Comparative Negligence in Nevada

If someone injures themselves on someone’s property and they’re partly responsible, there is a statute in Nevada that says you compare the individual percentage to all the other defendants and if it is found to be more involved than the independent collectively, then there is no recovery.

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What Does Homeowner’s Insurance Protect You Against?

The main reason people buy homeowner’s insurance is because their mortgage company requires it. Homeowner’s insurance, however, is really important.

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Leverty & Associates Recognized for “CVN Top 10 Plaintiff Verdicts of 2015”

Getting a class action all the way to a jury trial is no small feat, but a class action that (almost) goes to a punitive damages phase is certainly enough to land this case arising from a bad faith insurance dispute on our Top 10 list.

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What Should I Look for In a Truck Accident Attorney?

You should look for a truck accident attorney who is going to take the time to listen to you and to follow the facts. That lawyer should be highly experienced in truck accident cases and is determined to find out what caused the accident and pursue those facts to get the most compensation for you, the truck accident victim.

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Under What Sort of Circumstances Would You Seek Punitive Damages Against a Trucking Company?

One instance when we’d seek punitive damages is when you have a truck driver not following the regulations because the trucking company was telling the driver to drive more hours than permitted.

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Damages in A Truck Accident Lawsuit

There are a number of types of damages that a victim of a truck accident may recover for their losses and injuries.

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Proving Negligence in A Truck Accident Case

To prove negligence in a truck accident case, you have to conduct an investigation and consider the following issues regarding the truck driver and trucking company…

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Comparative Negligence in A Vehicle Accident

Nevada is a comparative negligent state. Comparative negligence means that you may still recover for your injuries and other damages in a car or truck accident, even if you were partially responsible for the accident.

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Is It True that An Accident Lawyer without Deep Knowledge of The Trucking Regulations Might Be Unaware that There Was a Violation of A Trucking Regulation?

That is correct. An accident lawyer without deep knowledge of trucking regulations might be unaware there was a violation. You need trucking regulation experts.

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Causes of Truck Accidents and Determining Fault

The are several common causes of truck accidents with collisions between commercial trucks and automobiles, including…

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