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Nevada Senate Hears Nevada Pedestrian Safety Bill

By | 2015-02-24T13:49:52-07:00 February 24th, 2015|Categories: Ask The Traffic Attorney, Careless Driving, DUI, Elderly Driver, General Ticket Info, Las Vegas Legal News|Tags: , , , , |

The State of Nevada Senate Transportation Committee today heard a bill (SB144) that would increase penalties for those who drive through crosswalks when pedestrians are present. The bill, sponsored by Senators Parks, Manendo, Woodhouse and Spearman, was not voted on but did take the first steps in becoming a law. Before the bill becomes a law, which would increase Nevada reckless driving penalties when drivers go through a cross walk when a pedestrian is present, the bill must receive another hearing and vote in the Senate transportation committee, be voted on and pass the state Senate, be heard by the Assembly Transportation committee, pass the vote of the Assembly Transportation committee and then pass a vote of the entire Assembly. After the bill has passed all of those votes, if there are differences between the Senate and Assembly versions of the bill, it will need to go to conference committee and then approved a second time by both the Senate and the Assembly. After that, the SB144 will need to be signed by Governor Sandoval. In addition to increasing fines for violating some crosswalks, the bill also doubles fines for exceeding the speed limit in a zone designated to have [...]

More Reckless Driving Tickets Coming From New Law?

By | 2014-01-07T00:53:30-07:00 January 7th, 2014|Categories: Illegal Driving, Online Legal Services, Reckless Driving|Tags: , , , , |

What the newly implemented and running Nevada program to give driving privileges to undocumented immigrants has is a lot of theories about it. A first few days of the program haven’t done much to tamp down the chatter, given the record numbers of people applying for the licenses, record numbers failing, and situations where the DMV is described as having a “jovial” atmosphere. Throw in a power outage to an overrun office, and you had people speculating that either the vast numbers of people or the programming of the driver privilege cards had crashed the system. It hadn’t – the power outage was totally unrelated – but who needs facts to get in the way of a good story? One interesting question that remains to be answered is the true effect on any number of areas, like the number of traffic tickets issued in Las Vegas, insurance, accidents, and a whole host of things people are talking and speculating about. Again, many people say many things about this law, but outcomes are so far hard to come by. The proponents and advocates of this law claim it make the roads safer and lower the number of car injuries in Las [...] Can Process Your Las Vegas School Zone Traffic Infraction

By | 2012-10-14T19:48:47-07:00 October 14th, 2012|Categories: DUI, General Ticket Info, Las Vegas Legal News, Local News, Reckless Driving, Speeding|Tags: , , , , |

While Las Vegas elementary, secondary, primary, charter, middle and high schools have all been in session for nearly two months, many Las Vegas drivers have still not gotten accustomed to slowing their cars to 15 miles per hour in school zones. A recent interview with a crossing guard in Las Vegas illustrated just how little power over traffic these public servants have. School crossing guards cannot direct traffic and can only basically tell drivers to stop. The school crossing guards essentially have more responsibility over children crossing the street. The penalties for speeding in a school zone in Las Vegas can entail fines from $250 to $1000 and can even result in six months jail time. Many of the violators of school zone speeding laws and those who perform unsafe u-turns, double parking and even jaywalking are parents who have either just picked up their student or are dropping him or her off. Spend any time near an elementary school and you will be less surprised that more people aren’t hurt. One of the factors that influence dangerous driving in Southern Nevada school zone are the sheer number of faculty, staff and students that are commuting to a school in [...]

Las Vegas Traffic Officials Work To Increase Bus Stop Safety

By | 2012-09-30T19:58:49-07:00 September 30th, 2012|Categories: DUI, General Ticket Info, Local News, Reckless Driving, Speeding|Tags: , , , , |

Traffic engineers and Las Vegas municipal officials are working to reduce the city’s growing record total of 2012 Las Vegas injury and death traffic accidents. In the process, many are looking at ways to protect pedestrians from Las Vegas reckless driving by increasing the amount of cross walks, reducing speed limits and even moving bus stops. The death this September of four people killed in a Las Vegas accident with a bus stop has spurred significant reviews of the city’s bus stop design. Police attest that Gary Lee Hosey was intoxicated, speeding and reckless driving in Las Vegas when he injured 8 pedestrians and killed four in the recent Las Vegas traffic tragedy. If you have been ticketed for reckless driving in Southern Nevada, log onto to fight or fix your ticket online, without time consuming Clark County traffic court visits. Las Vegas’ Regional Transit commission is working with property owners to increase the safety of Las Vegas bus stops. Authorities are negotiating with property owners to move the Las Vegas bus stops farther away from curbs. Many bus stops are as close to the street as 3 and a half feet. Other ideas for increasing bus stop safety [...]

Las Vegas Metro Police Targeting Motorcycle Riders

By | 2012-08-08T18:33:03-07:00 August 8th, 2012|Categories: Ask The Traffic Attorney, DUI, General Ticket Info, Las Vegas Legal News, Local News, Motorcycle Ticket|Tags: , , , , |

In an effort to stem the tide of the rash of Las Vegas pedestrian wrongful deaths and fatal Las Vegas vehicle accidents, Las Vegas Metro Police have been aggressively targeting Las Vegas motorcycle drivers for a number of Las Vegas traffic infractions, including speeding, illegal U-turns and Las Vegas reckless driving. If you have received a ticket on your motorcycle or in your car for reckless driving anywhere in Southern Nevada, log onto to fight or fix your ticket online, without time consuming trips to Clark County Traffic Court. The Las Vegas Metro Police department, frustrated by what they says are Southern Nevada motorcycle riders wanton thumbing of their noses at the police’s authority, have stepped up ticketing to save the lives of all Las Vegans using the city’s streets, highways and sidewalks. Clark County reckless driving citations for motorcyclists are up because local law enforcement officers have gained access to many Southern Nevada motorcycle clubs main communication tool – Facebook, Twitter and other social networking internet sites. Police have been waiting at areas motorcycle groups congregate and quickly issue citations for popping wheelies, speeding and other incidents of Clark County reckless driving. If you have received a ticket [...]

Nevada DOT Working To Reduce Las Vegas Traffic Fatalities To Zero

By | 2012-06-11T16:23:45-07:00 June 11th, 2012|Categories: Cellphones and Visual distractions, DUI, General Ticket Info, Henderson Legal News, Las Vegas Legal News, Local News, Online Legal Services, Speeding|Tags: , , , , |

What is an acceptable amount of traffic fatalities in the State of Nevada? What about your family? What is the amount of traffic fatalities you expect for your family in 2012? The Nevada State Department of Transportation is working to keep the number of traffic fatalities in your family at zero and wants that for every Nevada family. It is working on bringing the number of traffic fatalities across the Silver State to zero. The state of Nevada is working with many Northern Nevada cities and counties, state agencies, regional transportation commissions, county courts, local hospitals and non-governmental service organizations. If you have been involved in a Southern Nevada fatal injury accident, and have been ticketed for Las Vegas reckless driving, log onto today to fight or fix your ticket. If you are a relative of one of the 160 people killed across Nevada, our sister law firm, Benson and Bingham, will work on your behalf with insurance companies to ensure you get the best possible Las Vegas wrongful death award you are due. During such trying times, it’s best to hire a law firm that has worked multiple Las Vegas traffic fatality wrongful death accidents, and who will [...]

Wrong Way Highway Traffic Accidents on the Rise in Las Vegas

By | 2012-05-23T16:06:14-07:00 May 23rd, 2012|Categories: DUI, General Ticket Info, Illegal Driving, Local News, Traffic Arrest Warrants|Tags: , , , , |

A startling rash of wrong way highway accidents have plagued Las Vegas freeways since late April as three people have died in this way since that time. The three fatalities have come from two separate wrong way highway traffic accidents. If you have been ticketed after a Las Vegas highway accident for Las Vegas reckless driving, log onto to fight or fix your ticket online without time consuming visits to Clark County traffic court. Last week, early Thursday morning around 5 a.m. an SUV sped north on U.S. 95 travelling on the southbound side of the highway. The driver, Mario Valencia, 20, was pronounced dead. 58-year old Ramiro Meza, 58, the driver of the car allegedly hit by Mr. Valencia, died from his injuries at a local hospital. If you have been cited for reckless driving in Clark County due to a Las Vegas highway accident, can process your ticket online, without wasting an entire day in the Las Vegas traffic court. The second recent Las Vegas wrong way highway accident occurred in late April, early Easter Sunday morning. Paul Mears, 55, was killed in an accident with 22-year old Nathan Moist. Mr. Moist is suspected of driving [...]

Violating New 3′ Bicycle Law Will Result in Las Vegas Reckless Driving Citation

By | 2012-05-13T12:34:53-07:00 May 13th, 2012|Categories: General Ticket Info, Henderson Legal News, Las Vegas Legal News, Local News, Online Legal Services, Road Rules|Tags: , , , , |

In the last legislative session, Senators David Parks and John Lee and Assemblyman Elliot Anderson were the primary sponsors of Senate Bill 248 (SB248) which amended the Nevada revised statutes to require automobiles passing bicycles to either move to the left lane (when available) or pass the bicycle with 3’ of space. The bill amended the Nevada Revised Statues (NRS) section on bicycles, NRS424B.270, and persons who violate the new provision, which came into effect in October 2011, are charged with Nevada reckless driving. IF you have been ticketed with a Las Vegas reckless driving offense, and wish to fight or fix your ticket online without a time consuming court visit, log onto Yesterday, the Southern Nevada RTC and bicyclist advocacy groups Las Vegas Cyclery and Public Pedal and GB Henderson Education held an awareness ride and a Safe Bike Festival in support of the new 3’ bicycle passing law. GB Henderson, an education non-profit that promotes healthy living, sponsored a 5-mile ride. In addition, 15-mile and 30-mile rides were also held. All three rides ended around 10:30am at the RTC’s Bicycle Center at the Bonneville Transit Center in downtown Las Vegas. The Safe Bike Fest features a bike [...]

NHP Annouces Badge On Board November 15th to November 18th

By | 2011-11-15T19:03:37-07:00 November 15th, 2011|Categories: Ask The Traffic Attorney, Cellphones and Visual distractions, Distraction on the Road: Texting, DUI, General Ticket Info, Henderson Legal News, Illegal Driving, Las Vegas Legal News, Local News, Online Legal Services, Road Rules, Technology and the LAW, Traffic Arrest Warrants, Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

In Nevada today, the Nevada Department of Transportation announced the start of the Badge On Board Program which will see Nevada state troopers driving unmarked big-rigs on Las Vegas interstate freeways 95 and 15. When they see Las Vegas traffic violations Nevada Highway Patrol (NHP) will contact marked and unmarked highway patrol officers to issue speeding and other citations. If you have received a Las Vegas vehicular citation and wish to avoid court appearances and traffic school, please contact us today. Unmarked Nevada Highway Patrol big rigs, unmarked police cars and marked patrol vehicles will be on the lookout for the following offenses: unsafe lane changes; failure to signal lane changes; failure to yield the right of way; following too closely; speeding; failure to use due care; aggressive driving (a combination of two or more behaviors).  Due to the seriousness of unsafe driving near large trucks and buses, the NHP has adopted a no-tolerance policy during Badge On Board, which will run from November 15th to November 18th. Go to to fight or fix your Nevada ticket online. offers Las Vegas drivers the ability to fix tickets online and complete traffic school online. Our experienced Nevada traffic attorneys [...]

Nevada Automobile Regulators Play Hardball to Maximize Traffic Ticket, Other Revenues

By | 2011-02-25T12:15:20-07:00 February 25th, 2011|Categories: Ask The Traffic Attorney, General Ticket Info, Online Legal Services, Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , , , |

The news in Nevada this week is about a roughly $400 million hole in Gov. Brian Sandoval's proposed state budget, largely due to some technicalities about how money from school bonds can be spent. This issue is part of a larger conversation about how the state of Nevada can continue to operate and provide vital services when the governor -- and, as evidenced in part by his election, a large number of Nevadans -- believes that the best way to address the weak economy is to keep taxes low and not pursue new sources of revenue. But as many commentators have observed, the governor's hard line on limiting state taxes has just pushed the need for new revenue down to other agencies and from taxes into fees and increased costs elsewhere. The Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles and the state's various law enforcement agencies illustrate this phenomenon. As we have reported previously, the DMV is trying to make greater use of automated kiosks to cut back on the need for warm bodies in central offices, and fees have been increasing steadily. As a columnist recently observed in a Las Vegas newspaper, the agency also refuses to credit back pro-rated registration [...]