Respondeat Superior and Intentional Torts in Nevada

Many intentional torts are committed by employees working for a corporation or a company while on the job. For example, in the typical case, a security guard at a hotel or apartment complex may use excessive force on a customer or tenant resulting in injury. Less typical are those cases where a clerk at a

Las Vegas Business Tort Lawyer

Las Vegas Business Tort Lawyer Facing Business Litigation? Call 702.423.3333 Today. Business torts are actions that cause harm to non-physical or empirical assets, such as a relationship between two business partners. If your business has been a victim of lost business opportunities or lost business relationships, then discuss your possible legal remedies with our Las

Were Your Civil Rights Violated?

At Eric Roy Law Firm, we believe that no one is above the law, and that includes law enforcement officials and other people who are in positions of power and authority. If you have had your civil rights violated and are looking for an aggressive advocate to stand up for you, turn to our firm.

Nevada Hours of Operation Violations

Automobile accidents from driver fatigue have the potential to cause serious harm and this danger can be increased when a semi-truck is involved. Federal hours of operation laws limit the amount of time a truck driver can be on the road, however these regulations are not always followed. Commercial truck drivers are often under pressure

Las Vegas Truck Accident Lawyer

Have you suffered an injury in an accident with an 18-wheeler? Are you struggling financially under the crippling weight of medical bills and lost income? Depending on the circumstances of your accident, you may be entitled to recover monetary compensation for your suffering. At Eric Roy Law Firm, our Las Vegas truck accident attorneys understand

Products Liability Lawyer in Las Vegas, Nevada

Products liability refers to fault assigned to designers, manufacturers and distributors of defective goods that cause harm to consumers or any other entity, as long as that product was loaned, given or used lawfully. Although products are generally thought of as tangible goods, products liability can extend to intangibles including gas products, pets, real estate,