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  • ATV Injuries on the Decline for Now

    Posted By Shook and Stone || 15-Jul-2013

    In desert cities like Las Vegas, ATV riding is a fun extracurricular activity for kids and parents alike. In the past, many studies have shown that ATV's are dangerous and send many children to the hospital each year. A new study is putting some fresh data behind the numbers, and estimates that over the past decade about 360,000 children were treated in U.S. hospital emergency rooms for ATV ...
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  • Small Fire Reported in the Stratosphere Hotel and Casino

    Posted By Shook and Stone || 15-Jul-2013

    With millions of individuals flocking to Vegas this summer, there is bound to be a few dangerous incidents. This past week, a room at the Stratosphere Hotel & Tower caught fire at about 8:14 p.m. The fire department rushed to the scene of the accident promptly but the sprinkler system activated and the fire was put out shortly after that. There was no report of injuries from the fire, and ...
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  • Vegas Storms Ahead: Beware of Dangerous Weather While Driving

    Posted By Nevada Personal Injury Attorney || 12-Jul-2013

    Driving in severe weather can be extremely dangerous. When the roads are wet, they can become increasingly slick and tires can lose traction. Also, high winds can push vehicles all over the road and cause a driver to lose control of the vehicle. Heavy rain can impair visibility, and the noise of the raindrops can sometimes make it difficult to hear any horns that could be honking in warning of ...
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  • Medical Malpractice Never Events

    Posted By Nevada Personal Injury Attorney || 12-Jul-2013

    With a name like "never events," it would seem these medical events are nonexistent, or at least rare. Unfortunately, adverse and preventable medical events are becoming more and more common. The National Quality Forum has identified 28 medical events that should never happen. These are errors that are inexcusable and completely avoidable. Rather than minor errors, most of these never ...
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