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  • The Pre-Existing Problem in Workers' Compensation

    Posted By Shook & Stone || 20-May-2016

    Any person who gets injured on the job and is over the age of 30 typically will have something referenced in their medical records about degenerative conditions for body parts. In other words, naturally and overtime, body parts can become weaker or damaged due to aging. This is not uncommon. However, insurance companies love to see degeneration because many argue that they should not have to cover ...
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  • Las Vegas Pedestrian Accident Rates Higher than Those of Larger Cities

    Posted By Shook & Stone || 10-May-2016

    On average, one person died every six days in pedestrian accidents throughout Las Vegas Valley according to last year’s statistics. These fatal collisions did not just occur in one type of place or during any particular time of day. Instead, these accidents occurred during various hours of the day and night and happened in places such as crosswalks and open roads. According to national ...
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  • Shook & Stone Launches New Mobile Applications for Android and Apple

    Posted By Shook & Stone || 3-May-2016

    Our team of Las Vegas personal injury lawyers at Shook & Stone are excited to announce our new mobile device application that is now available in the Apple and Android marketplaces! Now, you can be just a tap away from contacting experienced legal representation no matter where you may be. These mobile applications can be found by clicking on the links located below, or through the app store ...
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  • Proposed "Textalyzer" Bill Aims to Treat Distracted Driving Like Drunk Driving

    Posted By Shook & Stone || 3-May-2016

    In the last seven years, many states implemented campaigns to dissuade distracted drivers – particularly drivers who text and use social media behind the wheel. But according to research, Americans are still willing to risk their safety and the safety of others by using Facebook, texting, talking on the phone, and taking selfies while they drive. In fact, some believe hand-held technology is ...
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