Las Vegas, NV - Raul Chagollan Killed in Semi-Truck Accident on NV 160 at MM 13

Las Vegas, NV – Raul Chagollan Killed in Semi-Truck Accident on NV 160 at MM 13

Las Vegas, NV (June 14, 2022) – On Friday afternoon, June 10, troopers with the Nevada State Police said that they are investigating a deadly collision that involved a rolled semi-trailer truck.

According to the NSP, the collision took place on State Route 160, close to Mile Marker 13. The victim of the crash was identified as 33-year-old Raul Chagollan, from Las Vegas, per information provided by the Clark County Coroner’s Office.

More information has not yet been made available, however, and it remains unclear if any other victims were hurt in the accident. An investigation conducted by the NSP is still underway.

We would like to offer our sincerest sympathies to the family members of Raul Chagollan.

Deaths Reported in Nevada Semi-Truck Accidents

Las Vegas, NV - Raul Chagollan Killed in Semi-Truck Accident on NV 160 at MM 13According to the latest data and accident reports provided by the Nevada Department of Transportation, the state had around 52,900 car accidents in a single year. Tractor-trailer or large vehicle accidents have considerably worse statistics. In fact, across the Silver State, truck-related deaths accounted for almost 10% of all traffic fatalities. Considering the vastness of Nevada’s highways and roadways, major truck accidents occur all too often throughout the state.

Worse still, a tragic fact is that these accidents resulted in the deaths of 4,780 people, proving that the frequency of tractor-trailer accidents in Nevada is high. In particular, this is true on major routes such as Highway 95 and Interstate 15, both traversing major urban areas like Las Vegas and  Reno, as well as other multi-lane highways, including Nevada Interstate 395 through Carson City. Our sympathetic and highly seasoned Las Vegas truck accident attorneys at the Eric Roy Law Firm can assist you if you or a loved one has been hurt or killed in a crash caused by another driver’s negligence.

We will stop at nothing to build a successful accident claim for you and yours. In the event that you or a loved one has been injured or killed in a semi-truck accident that was not your fault, please do not hesitate to contact us when your earliest convenience allows.

Simply put, you will be assigned an advocate who will work tirelessly on your and your family’s behalf to get the highest possible compensation from those responsible for your injuries. The personal injury attorneys at the Eric Roy Law Firm in Las Vegas will go right to work on your claim after speaking with you and your family and getting further information about your case’s facts. Furthermore, you should never attempt to negotiate or even communicate with large commercial trucking conglomerates or other similar corporations without the aid of an experienced, knowledgeable attorney who can safeguard your legal rights.

The caring and compassionate attorneys at the Eric Roy Law Firm will research the facts surrounding your accident, guide you through the filing and claim process, and advise you on the best legal options available to you and your family right now. So you can focus on getting better and recovering as stress-free as possible, we’ll function as your point of contact with these huge contracting and transportation firms.

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