Las Vegas Traffic Accident Law Blog

What is distracted driving?

Distracted driving while using cell phone

Distracted driving is a common cause of car accidents. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, in 2019, 3,142 people were killed and nearly 424,000 people were injured in a distracted driving car accident. Distracted driving is when the driver’s attention is not on the road in front of them. This could mean they… Read more »

Police Reports After Car Accidents

Police report after a car accident

When you’re in a car accident in Las Vegas, Nevada, other than ensuring you and/or passengers are well, one of the first things you should do is call the police. If you call the police, even if you are in a minor accident, the officer will create a report to document what happened at the… Read more »

Auto Accidents in Nevada: Saferoads Report 2021 Summary

The Safety Report discusses transportation safety and what actions should be taken to prevent increased accident rates. In 2020: Fewer people wearing seatbelts because roads are emptier People going at increased speeds because of emptier roads Driving impaired or distracted “The 2021 Roadmap of State Highway Safety Laws from Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety… Read more »

Key Aspects of Nevada’s Fault Law

Auto accidents occur every day. If you or a loved one suffer an injury in an accident that is not your fault, it may be possible to seek compensation through an auto accident claim. Proving fault is an essential part of the claim process. There are a few key aspects to understand in regard to… Read more »

A Car Crash May Put Your Bladder at Risk

Distracted, careless and aggressive drivers seem to be everywhere these days. As such, even if you have been able to avoid a car crash so far, you may not be able to miss one forever. Unfortunately, 2018 was the deadliest year in the past decade for drivers on Nevada roadways. An automobile crash does not… Read more »

Rear-End Automobile Collisions Are Often Serious

If you have been driving for any time at all, there is a good chance you have watched another vehicle quickly approach yours in your rearview mirror. While a minor rear-end collision may be inconvenient, many of these types of accidents cause serious bodily injury and extensive property damage. Citing the National Highway Traffic Safety… Read more »