Carson, NV - One Dead in Rollover Accident on I-580 at Western NV College

Carson, NV – One Dead in Rollover Accident on I-580 at Western NV College

Carson, NV (May 23, 2022) – One person was killed in a deadly rollover accident in Carson on Monday, May 23rd. 

The collision took place at about 8:50 a.m. when one vehicle struck another in the northbound lanes of Interstate 580 near the exit for Western Nevada College. As a result of the crash, one of the involved vehicles, a green Ford F-150 pick-up truck, overturned several times resulting in the death of the driver. 

The conditions of the other people involved in the crash have not been reported. 

The victim’s name is being withheld pending family notification.  

We would like to offer our deepest condolences to the family of the deceased victim at this time.

Economic Recovery for Nevada Rollover Accidents

Carson, NV - One Dead in Rollover Accident on I-580 at Western NV College

Even though accidents that end in overturned vehicles account for a very small portion of the total number of accidents that take place every year, they make up nearly 35% of the incidents that end in fatalities. Those who survive a vehicle rollover in Nevada almost always have to deal with intense physical pain and crippling emotional trauma. Catastrophic injuries can also cause massive medical bills and life-long disability.  

Based on the severity of your injuries and the events leading up to your accident, a skilled attorney can pursue financial compensation for damages such as:

  • Medical expenses: This includes all medical bills you have incurred due to your injuries, along with the cost of any anticipated medical care and treatment. To accurately calculate the projected amount of medical expenses you could expect to see in the months or years to come, our vehicle injury lawyers might enlist a medical professional.
  • Lost income: When the victim of a rollover crash is unable to return to work, whether temporarily or permanently, they can recover damages for their lost earnings. Our victim injury attorneys know how to figure out the future earnings and wage losses that your compensation award should cover.
  • Pain and suffering: These are non-economic damages. Non-economic damages, sometimes referred to as general damages, are subjective, non-monetary losses that are meant to compensate victims for the pain and suffering that they went through because of the accident and subsequent injuries. We have helped hundreds of clients successfully pursue compensation for pain and suffering.
  • Punitive damages: Not available in all personal injury suits, these damages are occasionally awarded by the court. Punitive damages are not intended to be compensation for the victim, but rather to serve as an economic punishment to deter the respondent from committing similar negligent acts in the future.  
  • Wrongful death: While we would never suggest that any amount of money can compensate you for the death of someone you love, the damages involved in a wrongful death suit can go a long way toward alleviating any financial hardships that have arisen from their death.  

At the Eric Roy Law Firm, our vehicle collision attorneys in the greater Las Vegas area will treat you and your family with the compassion and concern that you deserve. Our experienced legal team has spent decades fighting for the rights of injured victims and their loved ones. To schedule an appointment for your free, confidential consultation, give us a call at 702-423-3333.

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