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Blog Posts in February, 2015

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  • How You Can Protect Yourself From Drunk Drivers

    Posted By Shook & Stone || 23-Feb-2015

    Mention the city Las Vegas and many people have the image of the glimmering lights on high-rise luxurious hotels, located up and down Las Vegas Blvd. The Strip attracts tourists to come and stay in hotels, gamble, enjoy lavish night clubs, and take advantage of alcoholic drink specials. On the Strip, alcohol consumption laws are relatively lax in comparison to other states. As an example: ...
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  • Shook & Stone Launches Veterans Disability Practice

    Posted By Shook & Stone || 17-Feb-2015

    Shook & Stone is pleased to announce that our firm has launched its new veterans disability practice! Our new VA practice is designed to help disabled veterans in Las Vegas and across Nevada secure the benefits they deserve. Because the veterans disability claim process can be so complex and because veterans and their families often depend on securing full and fair compensation, our legal team ...
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  • Too Sleepy to Drive: The Dangers of Tired Drivers

    Posted By Shook & Stone || 9-Feb-2015

    Falling asleep behind the wheel is a very serious problem. Did you know that tired drivers account for about 20% car accidents? Unfortunately, these crashes can often have catastrophic or even fatal consequences. According to several studies, including one by AAA, drowsy driving can be as dangerous as driving drunk. This is because sleep deprivation affects concentration, judgment, and slows down ...
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  • Identifying the Most Common Work-Related Injuries

    Posted By Shook & Stone || 3-Feb-2015

    Injuries at work happen all the time, but that doesn't make them any easier of an experience. Workers who suffer on-the-job injuries can experience physical, emotional, and financial setbacks - and they may face a difficult time securing the benefits or compensation they need. At Shook & Stone, our lawyers have worked with many injured workers and families, and we've helped them ...
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