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3 More Killed in Las Vegas Pedestrian Accidents

By | 2012-05-30T11:38:47-07:00 May 30th, 2012|Categories: Elderly Driver, General Ticket Info, Henderson Legal News, Las Vegas Legal News|Tags: , , , , , | is saddened to see pedestrian traffic deaths continue to plague Las Vegas, with more people killed this weekend. A Mobile Alabama woman, Dana Goudie, and her friend, Scott Buchard, were crossing a Las Vegas Blvd. when they were struck by a 2008 Honda Accord driven by a Las Vegas local, Parker Williams, aged 23. The two people were pronounced dead at University Medical Center. Ms. Goudie and Mr. Buchard were the fifty-fifth and fifty-sixth person killed in Las Vegas traffic accidents this year. Las Vegas’ pedestrian death. Mr. Williams was not cited for the accident. If you were involved in a Las Vegas pedestrian accident, and were cited for Las Vegas reckless driving log onto to fight or fix your ticket. Unfortunately, this is not the only pedestrian death from the last week. 71-year old Robert P. Legesque was killed in a Henderson pedestrian accident on Friday evening. Mr. Levesque was killed when a 2008 Jeep Commander, driven by 78-year old Chester Budd. Mr. Budd was driving when he lost control of his SUV and began driving on the sidewalk. 24hourticketpower’s sister law firm, Benson and Bingham can represent you in Las Vegas wrongful death lawsuits and can [...]

California Cell-Phone Driving Ban Saves Lives, Will Nevada’s As Well?

By | 2012-03-06T14:54:07-07:00 March 6th, 2012|Categories: Cellphones and Visual distractions, Distraction on the Road: Texting, DUI, General Ticket Info, Henderson Legal News, Technology and the LAW|Tags: , , , , |

UC Berkeley recent published a study on California’s 4-year old ban on cell phone use while driving. Since 2008, California has seen a 22% drop in auto fatalities overall. However, traffic fatalities due to a driver talking on a cell phone while driving fell 47%. To determine the efficacy of the cell phone ban, the researchers studied California traffic fatalities from the two years prior to the ban and two years after. Traffic injuries due to cell phone use were seen to have fallen a similar amount in the study. Total deaths in the Golden State plummeted from 100 to 53 and the amount of injuries fell from approximately 7800 to 3800. If you have been ticketed by Nevada's new cell phone while driving ban, log onto to fight or fix your ticket. While Nevada’s cell phone ban only came into law this year, it is very similar to the California ban. Both states ban talking on a cell phone without a headset while driving. They also ban texting on your phone while behind the wheel. California’s ban extends to an absolute prohibition against teen using their phones while driving, while in Nevada teens are allowed to use their [...]

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 [...]

Clark County Driving Enforcement Heightened During Thanksgiving Travel

By | 2010-11-22T21:53:42-07:00 November 22nd, 2010|Categories: General Ticket Info, Illegal Driving, Online Legal Services, Road Rules, Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , |

Thanksgiving Weekend (beginning the Tuesday or Wednesday before Thanksgiving and continuing through the following Sunday or Monday) is the busiest travel period of the year in the United States. This week, more than 42 million motorists are expected to drive to visit family and friends. Whether you are driving from Summerlin to Henderson for a local Thanksgiving or have plans to rumble all the way north to Reno from Las Vegas, you should take care to drive as cautiously and responsibly as you can. There are two reasons for this. First, the extra-busy Thanksgiving travel period is also an historically accident-prone time to travel. More cars on the road, inexperienced drivers making long trips, and late-autumn weather all increase the chances of automobile accidents during this happy time of year. Driving responsibly and courteously is a way you can do your part to help everyone get where they are going safely. The second reason is related: the cops are out to get you. Programs like the Combined Accident Reduction Effort (or "CARE") are nationwide ventures by law enforcement to target risky drivers and prevent accidents before they occur. These efforts are increased during the holidays, and there is extra financial [...]