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Winning at the Tables but Losing on the Road

Imagine spending the weekend in Vegas. You and your friends hit all the big casinos, dined at the best restaurants and took in some amazing shows. Things were going great. You were up at the tables and had not given in to the temptation of the slot machines. You and your friends decided to hop the Deuce and head over to Freemont Street and do some gambling on the old strip. Unfortunately, your luck ran out when the bus hit another vehicle while driving through an intersection. Now you are going home with a few broken ribs, a neck injury, and various cuts and bruises.

Who is going to pay for your medical expenses? You were simply a passenger on the bus when the accident occurred, so someone else is clearly to blame for your injuries. Will you be able to file a claim for compensation? The first thing you should do after an accident in Las Vegas is to get appropriate medical care. The next thing is to contact a personal injury attorney who can guide you through the legal process and help you obtain the maximum available compensation. Read further for what you need to know about filing a personal injury lawsuit.

Charged with Sexual Assault? Yes, It Can Happen in Vegas.

For those in other parts of the country, Las Vegas may seem like a bubble of no-consequences good times nestled in the desert. While it is true that Sin City allows its patrons a good deal more freedom than other parts of the country or even the world, it is not a place without laws.

Many good-time seekers who come to Vegas for a weekend learn the hard way that they can and will face sexual assault charges if they violate the law.

Injured on Dangerous Premises in Las Vegas? Know Your Legal Options.

People come to Las Vegas to have a good time. What you probably don't expect when you come here is to get injured on hotel or casino property.

Hotel and casino negligence can take a number of forms. If you were injured because of property owner negligence, know your options for obtaining compensation for medical bills, lost wages and other costs resulting from the injury.

Possession with Intent to Sell: What Happened to Your Good Time in Las Vegas?

It seems innocent enough. You and your friends are heading to the Vegas Strip, ready to enjoy a night of dancing and partying without a worry in the world. They're going to meet you at the club, so you've nominated yourself to bring the party favors. You've got enough hits of ecstasy stashed in your pockets to make sure all of your friends have fun, and you just picked up a fresh ounce of weed, which you've stowed in your trunk in preparations for the after-party.

Before you can make it to the club, you catch blue and red lights in your rearview mirror. You're getting pulled over for speeding. The officer suspects you're under the influence, which means he has probable cause to search your person and vehicle. Suddenly, your carefree night on the town is replaced with felony charges of possession with intent to sell.

What happened?

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