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  • Evidence of Prior Conditions in Nevada Trials
    Evidence of Prior Conditions in Nevada Trials

    In order for evidence of a prior injury or preexisting condition to be admissable in a Nevada trial, a defendant must present by competent evidence a causal connection between the prior injury and the ...

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  • Talking With Doctors When You Are Injured
    Talking With Doctors When You Are Injured

    It is extremely important to communicate with your doctors once you are injured. Among other things, make sure to tell your doctor how the accident happened. Also, it is crucial that you report past ...

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  • Nevada Supreme Court Clarifies Joinder of Intentional Tortfeasors
    Nevada Supreme Court Clarifies Joinder of Intentional Tortfeasors

    In Humphries v. Eight J. Dist. Ct., Nev. Adv. Op. 85 (Nov. 7, 2013), the Nevada Supreme Court continued its discussion of joint and several liability in Nevada after Cafe Moda, L.L.C. v. Palma, 128 ...

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  • National Safety Council Reports Motor Vehicle Deaths Up
    National Safety Council Reports Motor Vehicle Deaths Up

    A report, titled Motor Vehicle Fatality Estimates (PDF), was recently released by The National Safety Council (NSC). The report found, motor-vehicle deaths are up 8% for the first seven months of 2012 ...

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  • Ricin Found - Disease and Poison in Las Vegas
    Ricin Found - Disease and Poison in Las Vegas

    First news of 40,000 exposed to Hepatitis in Vegas and now authorities are reporting discovering what appears to be Ricin in a hotel. What's up in Vegas? Reminds me of an art exhibit I recently saw ...

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  • Fallon Nevada's Arsenic Problem
    Fallon Nevada's Arsenic Problem

    In Fallon, Nevada (about an hour and a half away from Reno) residents have been experiencing high numbers of cancer diagnoses. Although the town has a population of roughly 8,500 people, 12 children ...

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