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What Is The Difference Between Medical Error And Medical Malpractice?

Medical professionals have a legal and professional responsibility to prevent harm to their patients. This means meeting each patient’s standard of care for his or her medical condition. When a medical professional such as a doctor, surgeon, anesthesiologist, or psychiatrist makes an error in treating a patient, he or she could face liability for a medical malpractice l... read more

What Happens If I Get in a Car Accident in a Leased Car?

Leasing a vehicle is a great alternative to buying. Drivers can lease newer models for less than the cost of buying without worrying about vehicle maintenance or committing to a single car for the next 10 years. Dealerships today lease about 3 in 10 cars that leave the lot, according to U.S. News.... read more

Who Is Liable When a Dog Bites Another Dog? Often, we hear of animal attack claims in relation to a person as the victim, but a human isn’t always the one who becomes injured. Sometimes, dogs can attack each other, causing unfortunate injuries to beloved pets. While most dog owners find the veterinary expenses of caring for their furry friends more than worth the cost, the fact remains that injured animal bills can quickly start to add u... read more
Mortgage Relief Programs Coming to a Close Image of house with flowers on a sunny dayGovernment relief programs designed to help homeowners keep their homes will come to a close at the end of December. Homeowners in Nevada that are currently underwater or facing ... read more
New Federal Rule Bans Binding Arbitration Clauses For Nursing Homes A new rule by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services that bans mandatory arbitration clauses in nursing home contracts of nursing homes that receive funding through Medicaid or Medicare helps to preserve the rights of nursing home abuse victims to sue. The rule will go into effect on Nov. 28, 2016, and it will apply to nearly all Las Vegas and Nevada nursing homes since most accept fu... read more
Writing A Client Review Man signing on papers,Finding a personal injury lawyer takes time, and many clients will begin their search for an attorney by examining the reviews a firm has earned. For this reason, we encourage our clients to write review... read more
Modifying a Loan in Nevada A house, preparing a short saleLast Fall, Nevada's foreclosure rates ranked among the highest in the nation; many of these foreclosures could have been prevented via a loan modification with the lender. Modifying a l... read more
Judge gives overtime lawsuit against Boyd Gaming class action status A lawsuit that accuses Boyd Gaming Corp. of failing to pay overtime wages may proceed as a national class action, a federal judge in Las Vegas has ruled. Cogburn Law Offices filed the case last year as a type of class action known as a “collective action.” Andrew Rempfer, one of the firm’s attorneys, estimated the case has 15,000 to 25,000 potential class members. “We’re encouraged, because i... read more
Advice on Short Sales Attorney Jamie Cogburn discusses how he can help you short sell your home and buy a house for up to $3 million. Explore your options with Cogburn Law. read more
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