Las Vegas, NV - Injuries Reported in Multi-Vehicle Crash on Las Vegas Blvd at US 95

Las Vegas, NV – Injuries Reported in Multi-Vehicle Crash on Las Vegas Blvd at US 95

Las Vegas, NV (June 11, 2022) – Initial reports from the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police indicate that at least one person received significant injuries in a multiple-vehicle collision on Saturday evening, June 11, in Las Vegas.

Initial reports indicate that the accident happened at 11:55 p.m. on southbound Las Vegas Boulevard/Nevada Route 604 between U.S. Highway 95 and I-515, completely blocking the right lanes. It is unknown if the wounded person was transported to a local medical institution after being treated by first responders at the scene of the collision.

The reason for the accident is now being investigated, and further information will be released in the coming days.

The injured victims and their loved ones are in our thoughts, and we wish them a swift recovery.

Reported Injuries in Las Vegas Automobile Crashes

Las Vegas, NV - Injuries Reported in Multi-Vehicle Crash on Las Vegas Blvd at US 95According to Nevada regulators, intoxicated or drugged drivers are responsible for a significant proportion of automobile-related fatalities. Due to intoxicated driving, the number of individuals killed or badly injured in Nevada traffic accidents reached a record high last year. Additionally, there have been more than twice as many fatal car accidents in Nevada this year compared to the same time in 2020.

If you have been involved in a car accident and suspect you may have been injured, you must see a doctor immediately. Even if you believe your accident was mild and you have merely muscular discomfort or other minor injuries, you may have underlying issues that are now asymptomatic but may worsen significantly in the future. The following list of frequent accident injuries is not exhaustive but covers common ailments experienced by traffic crash victims:

  • Inflatable airbags on steering columns, dashboards, and other vehicle components are designed to reduce the severity of injuries sustained in automobile crashes. In general, airbags are remarkable inventions that have saved many lives. However, they may become dangerous if they malfunction, fail to inflate after an accident, or burst for no apparent reason.
  • When a careless driver rear-ends another vehicle, the passengers’ bodies resist the action and push the vehicle forward, causing whiplash. This causes neck injuries such as whiplash, which may have long-term consequences such as chronic discomfort or paralysis.
  • During a car accident, a blow to the head is very dangerous and may result in serious brain damage. What may seem to be a mild headache at the moment may be an indication of a traumatic brain injury (TBI) that may be deadly if left untreated.

Furthermore, it is essential that you contact Eric Roy Law Firm. Our Las Vegas vehicle accident attorney can assist you in recovering the full amount of compensation you deserve, not just the first settlement amount that insurance companies may offer.

If you or a member of your family are hurt in an accident, the Eric Roy Law Firm’s Las Vegas personal injury lawyers will represent your family with the utmost care and concern. We acknowledge and empathize with the fact that the aftermath of an automobile accident that results in injury or the death of a loved one may be very distressing. Simply call us at (702) 423-3333 and we will schedule your complimentary consultation at the earliest convenient time.

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