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CELEBRATE LABOR DAY ! ! !

Flag and fireworks-American fourth of JulyThe team at Bauman, Loewe, Witt & Maxwell and the Nevada Law Blogs wish all of our clients, friends, business associates and readers a very safe and extremely enjoyable Labor Day Holiday!

In 1894 Labor Day was designated a federal holiday to be celebrated on the first Monday in September. The force of American labor has contributed to the high standard of living which we enjoy in the United States.

That’s why each year we pay tribute on Labor Day to the creators of so much of our  nation’s strength, freedom, and leadership — American workers.

It’s great to live in these United States!

Enjoy your holiday.

CELEBRATE INDEPENDENCE DAY !

The team at Bauman, Loewe, Witt & Maxwell and the Nevada Law Blogs wish all of our clients, friends, business associates and readers a very safe and extremely enjoyable Independence Day Holiday!As we celebrate the July 4, 1776 signing of the … [Continue reading]

An Auto Insurance Company’s Refusal To Pay Claim, Standing Alone, Is Not Bad Faith

refusal to pay is not bad faith

Ashley Aiello filed suit against her auto carrier Geico General Insurance Company.  She alleged that she was hurt when an unidentified driver struck her car and fled the scene.She said that she filed an uninsured motorist claim with Geico.  She … [Continue reading]

The Immense Sacrifice Of Our Fallen Heroes Must Always Be Remembered . . .

“Was it worth it?”This is a question, sometimes politically-loaded, that is often asked of family members and war buddies of our Fallen Heroes.Marine Corps General John Kelly recently offered a unique perspective. A veteran of Iraq and … [Continue reading]

Only Family Members Can Recover For Negligent Infliction Of Emotional Distress

Negligent Infliction Of Emotional Distress

Plaintiff Kellie Grotts was injured and her fiancé was killed in a motor vehicle accident.  Kellie wanted to recover damages for Negligent Infliction of Emotional Distress (NIED).  The trial court said that as a matter of law, Kellie was not “closely … [Continue reading]