Last week was Crash Responder Safety Week. It is a great reminder of the importance of respecting our roadside heroes by observing safe driving practices.
As the weather cools and the days grow shorter, drivers face an increased risk of a vehicle-animal collision. We want you to be prepared for any danger you encounter on the road, including animals. Here, we test your animal collision knowledge to raise awareness about this driving danger.
A string of deadly accidents last month has Las Vegas residents wondering if Las Vegas crashes are on the rise. This is troubling news considering that last year was the deadliest year in the last 13 years on Nevada roadways. We can't answer whether Las Vegas crashes are on the rise just yet.
If you live in Nevada and drive a vehicle, then you must purchase auto insurance. In addition to the minimum coverage requirements, it is also possible to purchase additional coverage.
It's Rail Safety Week! This year Rail Safety Week runs from September 19 to September 25. Continue reading to learn more about Rail Safety Week and rail safety. Learn from our experienced Las Vegas train accident lawyer
Earlier this month, a powerful storm swept into Southern Nevada. Were you prepared to drive in the wind and rain? The next time a storm sweeps Las Vegas, be prepared with our tips for driving in heavy rain and wind.
Proceed with caution if you are driving on Las Vegas roads. According to a study by an insurance comparison platform, Las Vegas is among the cities with the worst drivers. Below, we will discuss the best and worst driving cities. We will also provide tips to avoid being the worst driver.
Cars catch fire every day, and we rely on emergency responders to help extinguish the flames. But what happens when an electric vehicle catches fire? Are our emergency responders prepared to extinguish the flames of an electric vehicle fire? Maybe not.
Las Vegas residents may want to exercise caution before venturing outside. The Clark County Department of Environment and Sustainability has issued an alert. It is for smoke and ozone due to wildfire smoke drifting in from neighboring California. This smoke is harmful to your lungs and can cause dangerous driving conditions.