Litigation

Can You Have a Loaded Gun in Your Car in Nevada?

Gun debate may be controversial in the political context, but citizens must always abide by their state’s current gun law, no matter the political climate. Gun laws shift from state-to-state, making it crucial for gun enthusiasts to learn the specific gun laws associated with the different counties they travel to with their firearm. The state of Nevada doesn’t require open carrying permits, tho...

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What to Do When You Are Pulled Over by a Police Officer

It can be intimidating when a police officer pulls you over, especially if it’s the first time it ever happened. Although it might seem daunting at first, you don’t have to let the situation riddle you with anxiety. Understanding the safest, and respectful, ways to approach the situation removes the guesswork from the equation. Pulling Over Remaining aware of your surroundings should alert yo...

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How to Write a Demand Letter

Every successful insurance claim starts with a demand letter. After you suffer serious injuries or other losses in an unexpected accident, you must seek restitution from an insurance company – either yours or the at-fault party’s. Requesting financial benefits from an insurance company takes writing and submitting an official demand letter. The strength of your demand letter can determine the ...

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Judicial Foreclosures

In Nevada, lenders have two options for foreclosure. They can file a non-judicial foreclosure by filing a Notice of Default with the county recorder and posting the notice on your door, or they can file a lawsuit to foreclose which is called a judicial foreclosure.  It is important to understand the difference between the two because judicial foreclosures can happen much faster than non-judicia...

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