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What Happens When the Police Don't Respond To Traffic Accidents?
What Happens When the Police Don't Respond To Traffic Accidents?

AIR DATE: February 12, 2014

Las Vegas Metropolitan Police may stop responding to minor accidents as a cost-cutting measure. So how will that affect drivers? Will it increase insurance costs? Or make it easier for people to commit insurance fraud? And how many minor accidents will wind up in the courts? Our experts will guide listeners on how to handle accidents when the police don't respond.


Peter Chasey, attorney

Robert Compan, government affairs, Farmer's Insurance Group

Steve Sisolak, Clark County Commissioner

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