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Why Does Comprehensive Accident Reconstruction Benefit Your Personal Injury Case in Las Vegas?

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When it comes to personal injury cases in Las Vegas, it can be complex and difficult to obtain fair compensation. Personal injury cases often involve a complex network of details, contradictory accounts, and disputed liability. 

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6 Facts About Car Insurance Every Driver Should Know

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Navigating the world of car insurance can often feel like a daunting task. With various coverage options, complex terms, and legal requirements, understanding the ins and outs of car insurance is crucial for every driver. Whether you’re a seasoned car owner or a first-time buyer, there are facts about car insurance that can save you money and keep you legally covered on the road. In this post, we’ll explore six essential facts about car insurance that every driver should be aware of.

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Protecting Your Peace of Mind: The Importance of Insurance

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Having peace of mind is something we all strive for. Whether it’s feeling safe from harm or having a secure financial future, protecting our mental and emotional well-being is essential to leading happy and fulfilled lives. One of the most important measures for safeguarding against life’s unexpected surprises is insurance, which helps to protect us from potential losses due to unforeseen circumstances. This article will explore the importance of insurance in preserving your peace of mind.  Continue reading Protecting Your Peace of Mind: The Importance of Insurance

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Reader says The give away at Habernickle Park is insane


This was one of many Roberta favors for a friend with full support from the 3 amigos. If tax payers took a few minutes to get the facts about where their money goes instead of just bitching about parking they would be shocked.
The give away at habernickle Park is insane. Use of 11 acres and all the amenities we tax payers pay for a mere $3700 a month. No water bill either for a gardening business.
Let’s talk liability too.. the VC is ignoring the ridiculous hellbarn contract..who is looking out for us? Say one of the 25-30 kids arriving by bus gets hurt…gets hurt while hiking on the steep terrain ( yes they go into the woods during the healthy eating camp and field trips ) I guess because there isn’t much else to do!! Anyway who will be paying that law suit…YOU the tax payers because the VC is allowing a business to USE the park as part of her business plan!!!
So basically healthbarn charges kids to use a free park…scam or what???
And anything that may go wrong with these “keep busy” activities because the garden is frozen, falls on us tax payers…part of the activities for this healthy eating class (haha) is kids also paying healthbarn to be on the soccer field and hang on the broken nets.. not playing soccer just hanging around and tearing up our nets.
That sounds fun…( NOT) until someone gets hurt and tax payers are paying those bills too along with all the other bills we pay for at the gate house to operate just so Roberta’s friends business makes money!
Thanks VC for not looking into this contract after Roberta left and clearing up any possible liability that may fall upon tax payers.
An overhaul of this lease is long over due!!! Take the time and do it. We cannot afford yet another law suit!

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Drone to be used at Ridgewood High School


June 22,2015
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Ridgewood NJ, An item on the Ridgewood BOE’s meeting agenda for June 22, 2015 reads as follows:

“Acceptance of a gift in kind from the RHS HSA of a Go Pro [DJI] Phantom 2 Quadcopter to be used to film activities at Ridgewood High School.”

Say what?Who is going to be flying this drone and will students be present while it is in use?

This is a very big lawsuit waiting to happen.  Even experienced pilots frequently crash these devices.

Remember what happened to Enrique Igleslias!

But what happens when a UAV filming a sporting event or wedding loses control and hits bystanders? Who is at fault, legally speaking? Fast Company reached out to experts in order to find out—and the consensus is, at the very least, the pilot will have a lot of explaining to do.
Gerald C. Sterns, a California-based aviation and personal injury lawyer, says that common law offered the best precedents. “My analogy and best estimate would be a common law and a judge would find if you bang someone in the head, [such as with] a non-domesticated animal who caused damage to another,” Sterns said. “The owner claimed he wasn’t negligent, the animal got out. The judge said it didn’t matter. If you keep a wild animal you do so at your peril. A judge might view drones causing damage as no different than the non-domesticated animal causing damage.”

Negligence was also broached with Florida aviation attorney Timothy Ravich. He said the operator of a small UAV that loses control and accidentally injures an individual could be named as a defendant in a trial. Though the question of liability is up to a judge and jury, the vehicle’s loss of control could lead to charges of negligence—charges that, depending on the specifics of the situation, could also lead to the UAV’s manufacturer and event organizers being named as defendants as well. In addition, intentionally injuring bystanders with a UAV brings up separate issues of criminal law.