Las Vegas, NV - Multiple-Driver Collision, Injuries on I-15 at Spring Mtn Rd

Las Vegas, NV – Multiple-Driver Collision, Injuries on I-15 at Spring Mtn Rd

Las Vegas, NV (November 2, 2022) – Just after 11:00 a.m. on November 2, a call was placed to local Las Vegas police reporting a two-vehicle accident near Paradise.

Due to reports of a multi-driver crash on the southbound I-15 approaching Spring Mountain Road, police were sent to the area. One of the vehicles reportedly departed before the announcement could be made. After an additional assessment, the second driver and their passenger were brought by ambulance to a central Las Vegas hospital.

Medical personnel on the scene have not verified the severity of the victim’s wounds. The Winchester Police Department has not provided any information on the incident or the number of victims.

Our thoughts are with the injured victims and their families. We hope for their full recovery.

Las Vegas-area Highway Car Accidents

Las Vegas, NV - Multiple-Driver Collision, Injuries on I-15 at Spring Mtn RdPer research from authorities throughout the country, drunk and inebriated driving is responsible for the deaths of close to 50 individuals per day in the United States. Despite a 31% decline in fatalities due to drunk driving over the last several years, drunk driving is still directly responsible for over 10,000 deaths each year in the United States. NHTSA polled motorists in the 48 contiguous states to better provide sobriety checkpoint data for 2013 and 2014.

Statistics released to law enforcement show that 26% of weekend drivers tested positive for chemicals that might impair driving, which can occur when a driver’s attention is diverted from the road. Vehicles and pedestrians both present serious dangers to one another. Inattentive drivers imperil everyone on the road, including themselves. There are several activities that fall under the umbrella of “distracted driving,” including but not limited to chatting with passengers, fiddling with the stereo, and texting.

In 2016, about 3,500 people died in car accidents throughout the United States. Drivers who were multitasking at the time of the accident undoubtedly caused at least some of the deaths that occurred. Hit-and-run drivers are becoming common, accounting for 12 percent of all accidents in certain years. A person who causes an accident in Nevada and then tries to leave the state without dealing with the consequences faces six months in jail and a $2,000 fine. In the event of a vehicle accident, however, you may pursue compensation from the insurance carrier of the culpable motorist.

If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident that was not your fault, the Eric Roy Law Firm attorneys will fight for you and will not stop until you get all of the compensation you are due. You may be certain that your right to a hearing on any allegations of misconduct will be respected.

The citizens of Las Vegas and Nevada may make use of our firm’s free initial consultation because we believe in equal access to justice. If the carelessness of others has left you financially strapped, we hope we can help you recover quickly.

If you or a loved one has been hurt in Nevada and you are worried about submitting a claim, collecting compensation, or seeking justice, please call our Las Vegas personal injury attorneys at 702-423-3333. If you’ve been wounded in an incident that wasn’t your fault, our attorneys will fight for the compensation you need to recover.

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