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Ed Bernstein Sponsors Team Challenge in the Las Vegas Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon

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Edward Bernstein and his daughter Dana are once again proud sponsors of the Rock ‘n’ Roll Las Vegas Marathon in benefit of the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of America. The event begins.   on November 14th and goes through November 16th  but the actual race starts at 6pm on November 15th on the Las Vegas strip. […]

Edward Bernstein Awarded Kenny C. Guinn Blue Ribbon Award

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Edward Bernstein was awarded the Kenny C. Guinn Blue Ribbon Award on Wednesday night for his law firm’s work with Robert Lunt Elementary School. The employees at Edward Bernstein and Associates pulled together to donate goods and their time to the students at Robert Lunt Elementary as part of the Focus School Project. The Focus […]

Federal Court Rules in Favor of Plaintiff and Sends Pradaxa Case Back to Las Vegas for Trial

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The law firms of Edward M. Bernstein & Associates, The Michael Brady Lynch Firm and Peiffer, Rosca, Abdullah & Carr announced the successful remand of a Las Vegas Pradaxa bleeding death case to Clark County, Nevada. Click link below to read full press release. http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/10/prweb11235911.htm

Xarelto: What You Should Know

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Victims of Xarelto Effects Deserve A Lawyer The prescription medication Xarelto, also known as Rivaroxaban, is often used to reduce the clotting of blood, and also may reduce a person’s risk of having a stroke. In addition, Xarelto is sometimes prescribed to patients with pulmonary embolism, deep vein thrombosis, atrial fibrillation, or other conditions. Close […]

Edward Bernstein & Associates Give Back During Nevada Reading Week

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Edward Bernstein & Associates love engaging in their Nevada community, which is why they have been partnered with Robert Lunt Elementary School for the last 5 years. In that time, they have donated school supplies and backpacks, school clothing, food, and gifts for the holidays. Recently, the office participated in Nevada Reading Week. Nevada Reading […]

Motorcycle Accident Causes Closure of I-15 Lanes

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Las Vegas personal injury lawyer Edward Bernstein, along with his trusted associates, cares about the people in this city. We want to make your day safer and easier by making an effort to keep you informed about what is happening on Nevada roads. All northbound lanes of Interstate 15 were closed on March 4, 2014 due […]

Documents Reveal Pradaxa Manufacturer’s Undisclosed Data

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Your Nevada personal injury lawyer, Edward Bernstein, is currently assisting with lawsuits against Boehringer Ingelheim, the manufacturer of Pradaxa. Pradaxa is a blood-thinning drug and has been linked to both internal and external bleeding that is hard to control. Once the bleeding starts, Pradaxa makes natural clotting more difficult. These type of events have even […]

Metro Police Will No Longer Respond to Minor Car Accidents

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If you are involved in a car wreck in Las Vegas after March 3, 2014, and no one reports injuries in the accident, do not expect an appearance from a police officer. This is due to a new move by the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, where they will no longer respond to minor fender-benders. […]

Testosterone Therapy Found to Cause Heart Attacks, Stroke and Death

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Your Nevada personal injury lawyer, Ed Bernstein, is currently filing lawsuits against testosterone therapy drugs. Testosterone therapy might raise the risk of heart attack in men, according to a new study published in January 2014.  The study found that the risk of heart attack in men older than 65 doubled, and those younger than 65 […]

Pradaxa Linked to Causing Blood Clots and Death

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Your Nevada personal injury lawyers, Edward Bernstein and Associates, are filing lawsuits against the manufacturer of a blood-thinning drug that has been linked to a higher risk of bleeding and even death in some of its patients. A recent research paper published on February 4, 2014 in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology, found […]