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The Most Likely Ways You’ll Be Injured in Las Vegas

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Las Vegas – one of the world’s great entertainment destinations. With so much to see and do, it is no wonder that Las Vegas attracts million of tourists each year. But a multitude of attractions, millions of visitors, and busy streets mean that Las Vegas tourists are at an increased risk of suffering a serious […]

Car Accident Dangers to Be Aware of in Las Vegas

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Traveling by car in Las Vegas? Although Nevada does not rank in the top 10 most dangerous states in which to drive (whereas states like Arkansas and Oklahoma do), this does not mean that Las Vegas driving is safe. In 2010, there were 235 fatal crashes in Nevada out of a total of nearly 52,000 […]

Better to Take the Cab or Walk at Night in Las Vegas?

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You have a decision to make when you are travelling on the strip in Las Vegas: you can either walk to where you need to go or take a taxi. Many people will make the decision based on convenience or cost. There is, however, another factor to be considered—safety. Is it safer to take a […]

Minimize Your Time on Shuttle Buses

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You just got off the plane at the Las Vegas International Airport with your friends and family and you are now ready for a weekend of (responsible) fun. After you get your baggage from the carousel, you are eager to make your way to downtown Las Vegas and to start enjoying the indulgences of the […]

How Safe is Public Transportation

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Every day throughout United States, millions of Americans take some form of public or mass transportation system, whether it is a taxi, bus, shuttle, train, airplane, or boat. Within Las Vegas, there are various methods of mass and public transportation available to residents and tourists daily. These include public buses, shuttles, taxis, trains, and the […]

How Safe is Your Hotel

Las Vegas is home to almost 150,600 hotel rooms. At an average nightly cost of $111.00 per room, one would assume the hotel building and rooms are secure and safe to occupy. Unfortunately, because of the large number of people and the general openness of the buildings, crimes do occur in even the nicest of […]

Avoiding Injuries in Casinos

Casinos are ubiquitous throughout Las Vegas and Nevada. Casinos and gambling draw millions of tourists every year to the state for patrons to partake in a brief respite from their everyday lives. To support the booming tourist industry and numerous casinos throughout the state, it requires thousands of employees working in various capacities. From casino […]

Business Owners Need to Remove Hazards

As 2014 drew to a close, it looked like Las Vegas was going to see something else in the skies besides fireworks on January 1 – snow! Although the threatened snow never truly materialized, had snow actually fallen and accumulated, Las Vegas business owners could have found themselves shoveling parking lots and sidewalks on the […]

What Happens in a Nevada School Bus Accident?

On behalf of Ladah Law Firm, PLLC posted in Bus Accidents on Monday December 22, 2014. Many parents send their children off to school on the bus, expecting that the driver will deliver their children to school and then return them safely at the end of the day. But school bus accidents do occur in […]