Paradise, NV (July 8, 2022) – The Paradise Police Department is conducting an investigation into an automobile accident that happened on Friday, July 8, in the afternoon and left two or three individuals injured.
Just before 2:20 p.m., two cars collided on South Pecos Road at Tropicana Avenue, closing multiple lanes. The PPD reports that at least two vehicles were involved in a rear-end collision.
Responding EMTs transported what appeared to be two or three injured people to a nearby hospital in an ambulance. Rescue staff and emergency services, however, have not disclosed the current condition and severity of the victims’ wounds. Even though no new information has emerged, investigators continue to investigate the reason for the wreck.
The accident victims involved in today’s collision continue to receive our profound sympathies and well wishes for a swift recovery.
Victim Injuries in Paradise-area Car Accidents
The number of traffic-related deaths in Nevada is expected to rise to its highest level since 2002 by the conclusion of this calendar year. Sadly, according to current data, the bulk of the rise in deaths is due to drunk driving, distracted driving, or excessive speeding. There were more than 200 fatalities and hundreds of serious injuries from traffic accidents in the Clark County area alone in 2002, which was a record for the region. However, the number of fatalities and injuries is predicted to surpass this horrific landmark once the final facts and figures for 2021 are completed by analysts throughout the Silver State.
Needless to say, this astronomical number of fatal car accidents in Nevada recently has touched a large number of people. Car accidents are widespread in several of Nevada’s most populated cities, such as Reno and Carson City.
As a result, victims may face long-term financial and physical problems, while family members may be unable to deal with the death of a loved one when one of these terrible occurrences happens. When a family member dies unexpectedly, sudden expenditures such as funeral expenses, unpaid medical bills, and lost wages, not to mention difficulties dealing with insurance companies, only compound the grief of the loss.
Thankfully, for these reasons and more, the Eric Roy Law Firm in Las Vegas is available 24/7 to help people who have been injured or lost a loved one. The Las Vegas vehicle accident attorneys at the Eric Roy Law Firm will treat you and your loved ones with respect and kindness throughout the claim filing process and, if necessary, during the entire process of fighting for your case in court. All of our knowledge and seasoned wisdom, as well as our resources, are available to you as part of our commitment to helping you achieve your objectives. We’ll do all we can to obtain the best potential outcome for your claim.
At (702) 423-3333, please contact the Las Vegas office of the Eric Roy Law Firm to talk with one of our attorneys. We can learn more about your possible personal injury claim through a free first consultation, which is given without cost and without any commitment on your part. In other words, we will do all in our ability to protect your legal rights and aid you and your family after you’ve sustained harm at the hands of a careless driver.
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