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February 2016 Archives

Top Vegas Injury Lawyers - When The Other Side Does Not Have Insurance

In some instances you may be involved in a car accident where the other side does not have insurance or has allowed their car insurance to lapse. This is not an uncommon problem, however, if you should run into this issue make sure that you properly document the accident like you would any other accident. That means calling the police, taking pictures of property damage and bodily injuries. What Can You Do If The Other Party Is Uninsured?
The first thing you should do is contact your own insurance company and make sure you have uninsured/under-insured motorist. This means that if the other side does not have insurance (or enough insurance to cover your injuries) your own insurance company will step in and cover your damages as if they themselves were the party who hit you.

Las Vegas Car Accidents - Drunk Driving Accidents

It may come as no surprise that Las Vegas has a high number of DUI-related car accidents. For example, in 2007 there were 118 fatalities as a result of Drunk Driving Accidents alone. Since 2007, those numbers have only increased. What Can You Do To Protect Yourself After An Accident?
Especially in DUI-related accidents, it is important that you call the police. If you suspect a driver may have been drinking call the police and alert the officer who comes to the scene, they will take it from there. As with any other accident, it is then important for you to gather information: Insurance information, witness contact info, and take photos of the vehicles involved. After that make sure you seek proper medical attention.

Las Vegas Car Accidents - Metro Now Responding to Property Damage Only Collisions

Effective January 1, 2016, Las Vegas Metro is now responding to all car accidents, even ones with only property damage. This means that minor collisions where you believe you may not be injured can still be followed up by a police report in order to properly document your accident. Importance of Police Reports for Car Accidents
In many minor collisions many people do not feel the effects of the accident until a day or so later. This is common in what is usually referred to as "whiplash" or soft tissue injuries. At the time of an accident you may not even feel any such injuries due to the adrenaline pumping through your body. As such, it is important to ensure that your accident is properly documented by way of a police report in case you do suffer from injuries later that day.

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