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Car Accident Attorneys in Laughlin

Laughlin is a non-corporated and census planned in the County of Clark, Nevada United States. It is right by the Colorado River right across from the bigger Bulkhead City. Laughlin lies almost 100 miles south of Las Vegas in the near southern most tip of Nevada, and it's acknowledgement for its water recreation and gambling. Right after the 2009 census, the amount of people was almost 7500. The nearby communities of Bullhead City, Arizona; Needles of California bring the area's total number of people to about 100,000. Laughlin is also almost 300 miles northeast of Los Angeles California.

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Here at Car Accident Lawyers in Laughlin we strive to be the best. As attorneys, winning our cases is the only thing we strive for, for your family. We have over 20+ years of experience in the Las Vegas and Henderson market.

Laughlin is the best little city in Nevada

Don Laughlin was the reason an Minnesota native who bought the southern ridge of Nevada in the 1960s  (called South Pointe). At the time, Don Laughlin named the 101 Club in Las Vegas. He opened what would become the Riverside Resort, and later wanted to call the community Riverside or Casino, but the post office opted for Laughlin.

Laughlin is known as a friendly for the whole family place to be. Being right next to the river, family activities and outdoors are affirmed. A few of the casinos that circle the Colorado River are tied together by a pedestrian thoroughfare known as the Laughlin Riverwalk.

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Car Accident Lawyers in Summerlin

Weather you have been in an auto accident or a personal injury case. We work hard to make sure we are doing everything possible to win your case. At Car Accident Lawyers in Laughlin our team does not rest until we win your case.

History of Laughlin

The tip by the southern side of Nevada, along the Colorado River, where Nevada, California, and Arizona meet, has become a major national tourist attraction,  destination and gambling buildings within the last twenty-five years. The area for the town of Laughlin was planned in the 1940s as Southern Pointe because of the close area right next to the southern tip of the state of Nevada. The early town consisted of a motel and bar that catered to gold and silver miners, construction workers building David Dam and fishing happy people. In the early 1950s, construction members left, and the town all but disappeared.

In the early 1960s, Don Laughlin owner of the 101 Club in Las Vegas, traveled over the area and saw its tourism future. He planned on offering to purchase the land, and nearly a few years, the small casinos and motels, being made up of only a little more than 10 slots and two live tables, was bustling. In 1966, the Riverside Resort built the first 14-floor high-rise; in the early 1970s, almost 50 rooms were added, followed by several different additions. A second casino, the Bobcat Club, opened in the late 1960sp where the Golden Nugget Laughlin currently operates. In 1968, a third casino, the Monte Carlo, opened its doors. Across the river, Bullhead City, Arizona, sat in the glow of the casino light. Shuttle boats transported customers from the Arizona side of the river to Laughlin's resorts and back.

The 1980s saw the construction of several more hotels and casinos. The Colorado Hotel (now the it is the Pioneer), The Regency The Gold River at , Sam's Town (The Lodge at Laughlin River), and The Edgewater opened in the early 1985s. Other business men saw the growth as an opportunity to get in on the action. A second boom resulted in the construction of The Colorado Belle, Harrah's Del Rio, and The Ramada Express (now The Tropicana Express). In 1987, Don Laughlin funded and built the Laughlin Bridge at a cost of over $3 million. He donated the bridge to the states of Nevada and Arizona. The bridge carries 30,000 vehicles daily. In 1988, a Mega Resort called the Emerald Resort, that would have been the biggest in southern Nevada, was announced but its first tower was left unfinished due to the junk bond market's collapse in 1990. Only the project's golf course opened and it operated from 1991 to 2005. The Flamingo Hilton, now known as The Aquarius, was built in the 1990s.

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Today there are close to ten casino/hoteand one motel in Laughlin providing over 10,000 rooms, 154,000 square feet of space for meetings, two museums, sixty restaurants a bowling center with thirty-four lanes and a variety of boutiques, salons and spas. More than 14,300 casino workers now cross the Colorado by the Laughlin Bridge or shuttle boats every day. Laughlin currently calls less than 2 million people yearly who visit to enjoy water sports on the Colorado River, restaurants or attend many high-profile special events hosted by the community.

The Mohave Station opened in the 1970s, but closed down on December 31, 2005.

According to the Census bureau  (CDP) of Laughlin has a total area of 89.3 square miles (231 km2), of which 88.0 square miles is land and 1.4 square miles is water.

Laughlin is one of the lowest-lying communities in Nevada, situated just under 600 square above sea level.

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Car Accident Lawyers in Summerlin

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