Reno, NV (November 15, 2023) - A serious car accident in the Reno area on Tuesday, November 14, required support from local paramedics. The accident was first reported that night at around 11:28 p.m. at the intersection of Keystone Avenue and W. 4th Street. At least one person sustained injuries, but the severity of the resulting injuries has not yet been determined. The crash victims were later transferred to local hospitals after being treated by attending medical personnel.
The roadway was temporarily closed while emergency responders were present. Tow trucks were later sent to clear the resulting debris and reopen the roadway. At this time, no updates on the accident have been provided. Local law enforcement officials are handling the ongoing crash investigation, and more information will be provided as the investigation continues.
Our thoughts are with the injured victims and their families at this time. We hope for their full recovery.
Speeding-Related Crashes in Nevada
There are many factors that can contribute to a life-changing car accident. Speeding motorists are often involved in serious and fatal crashes, and in the past twenty years, roughly one-third of roadway fatalities nationwide involved a high-speed crash. Nearly 10,000 people are killed annually by speeding drivers across the country. Nearly 32 percent of traffic fatalities in Nevada are caused by speeding motorists on average, and drivers who willingly drive faster than permitted by roadway conditions should be held responsible for any resulting damages.
There are many factors that can contribute to a serious collision. In most cases, the reckless actions of another driver are involved. You need to be prepared to pursue a strong claim in favor of your due compensation if you are unfairly hurt in a car accident. No one ever plans to be hurt by a negligent motorist, but you need to be sure that you have a plan in place in the event it happens. Your very way of life could be on the line, and you need to be ready to pursue the full and fair value of your claim.
An attorney can help you in many ways after a car accident. They will be able to help you investigate your accident and determine the value of your claim. This can help ensure that you do not accept a subpar settlement that is not enough to cover the full extent of your injuries and other damages.
You should not be on your own after a life-changing car accident. You need a Reno car crash lawyer fighting for your rights and making sure you are able to construct a strong claim in defense of your compensation. We understand you are going through a difficult time, and we want to ensure that you can make a complete recovery. Our lawyers will be able to answer any questions that you may have about your ability to pursue a personal injury claim during a free consultation. Contact our law offices of Viloria, Oliphant, Oster & Aman L.L.P. today at 775-227-2280.