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Nevada Fireworks Laws

Posted On July 1, 2023

Nevada fireworks laws can be confusing, especially if you are suffering from an injury brought on by someone else’s use of fireworks. Each county in the state sets its own rules for fireworks. Fireworks across the state cannot be used on the streets or sidewalks in any city. They also are not allowed on any school district or government property. At Bighorn Law, our personal injury…

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What is Arbitration in a Personal Injury Case?

Posted On December 12, 2022

There are various ways to resolve personal injury claims in Nevada. In many cases, this involves a settlement with insurance carriers. However, there are ways to use alternative dispute resolution (ADR) methods to put a claim to rest. Arbitration is one of the most common types of alternative dispute resolution methods. What is Arbitration in Colorado? Simply put, arbitration is a procedure used to carry out…

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What is the Nevada Attractive Nuisance Law?

Posted On November 15, 2022

Property owners in Nevada are responsible for ensuring the safety of their premises. Typically, this duty of care extends to those who have a right to be there, but the attractive nuisance law in this state also extends the duty of property owners. Nevada property owners have a responsibility to ensure that any dangerous features that could be of interest to a child are adequately secured…

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Nevada Motorcycle Laws You Should Know

Posted On November 4, 2022

Nevada Motorcycle Laws You Should Know Operating a motorcycle in Nevada can be incredibly exhilarating. With plenty of areas to ride, good weather, and the right riding companions, motorcyclists in this state can enjoy a ride around town or across longer distances. However, there are very important motorcycle laws that any rider in Nevada needs to be aware of before they hit the road, provided by…

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