LV Injury Law participates and supports our community!

Tour de Summerlin Great events this Spring to participate and support Las Vegas and great causes. LV Injury Law sponsored and had a bike team in the 14th annual Tour de Summerlin. This year’s ride began and ended in Downtown Summerlin. There was a great turnout to Southern Nevada’s Longest Running Bicycle Event. This event […]

Senior Summer Safety

Hope everyone is enjoying their summer. Trying to keep cool is definitely a challenge in Las Vegas. After hitting record highs in the month of June, temperatures are slightly lower but still above 100 degrees. No matter what the high temperatures are for seniors the heat and sun can be dangerous if the proper precautions […]

On The Road Back To School

We’re less than 3 weeks away until the start of the new school year. As everyone rushes for back to school shopping, you should also take some time to talk with your children about getting to and from school safely. Things get a little crazy on the roads during the school year: Buses are everywhere, […]

Is Your Home Burglar Proof?

Recently on the news and social media you may have seen burglaries caught on videotape of young kids breaking into a home or car. Burglaries are the most common crime, but also one of the easiest crimes to prevent.  Somewhere in the U.S. there’s a burglary committed every 15 seconds. There are a lot of […]

Get Schooled on the New Law in School Zones

How many school zones do you drive through each day on your commute? October 1st many new traffic laws go in effect including Senate Bill 144 which applies to those driving through school zones. Which pretty much includes all of us who drive. Drivers will pay double fines if they violate new traffic laws for […]

December is National Impaired Driving Prevention Month.

Several years ago, President Barack Obama proclaimed December as National Impaired Driving Prevention Month and urged all Americans to “drive sober, buckle-up, and avoid distractions while driving.” In regards to alcohol and drug usage, he also implored us all to “to designate a non-drinking driver, use alternative transportation, or make arrangements to stay with family […]

Do you take medications that are vital to your health? If so, read this before you get behind the wheel.

Many new laws for Nevada went into effect at the beginning of this month. Lawmakers directed Clark County to start a Yellow Dot Program, which aims to give first responders a heads-up about a person’s medical needs in the event of a car crash. Under the program, drivers place a large yellow sticker on their […]

New Laws for Nevadans Traveling our Roads

Will you have a new driver in your house this year? If your teen is considered truant at school he or she may be delayed in getting their driver’s license. Truancy is an unexcused absence. In Clark County, if a student has 10 truancies they will receive a failing grade. In January a new law […]