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Reno, NV - Serious Injury Collision at University Way & 7th St

Reno, NV (November 22, 2023) - A serious car accident in Reno on Tuesday, November 21, required support from local paramedics. The incident occurred at around 5:15 p.m. at the corner of University Way and E. 7th Street. The injured parties were treated by attending medical personnel before being transferred to a local hospital for further support. The number and severity of the resulting injuries have not yet been determined.

The circumstances leading to the crash have not been confirmed at this time, and the road was temporarily closed while emergency responders were present. Tow trucks were used to clear the scene and reopen the roadway to outside traffic. No further information on the crash is currently available. An ongoing investigation into the cause of the crash is in the hands of local law enforcement officials.

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

High-Speed Crashes in Nevada

Speeding is a common factor in deadly car accidents, and for good reason. Excessive speeds can increase the impact of a crash while also making vehicle safety mechanisms less effective overall. According to the National Safety Council (NSC), speeding kills an estimated 30 people every single day. There were 11,258 roadway fatalities reported in 2022 caused by speeding drivers, and speeding was a factor in roughly 29 percent of traffic deaths that year. Speed is a serious issue and cause for concern, even if you are not the one breaking the speed limit.

You can never completely prevent a serious crash from taking place. That is because you can’t fully control the actions of other drivers. It only takes a few seconds for your life to be completely changed by a serious crash. Victims often experience intense emotions with coursing adrenaline, and this can lead them to think that they were not seriously hurt in the accident. However, you should still see a trusted doctor after the crash. You need to have a thorough understanding of your situation and the extent of your injuries.

If you do not seek medical treatment, it can be used against you if you later choose to pursue a personal injury claim. Insurance providers are known to do everything in their power to prevent paying out the full value of the claim. These companies have been known to deny legitimate claims for these types of reasons. You need to make sure you have a trained lawyer on your side to ensure your case is handled appropriately and that your legal rights are protected.

You need to know that you are not alone after a serious crash. Viloria, Oliphant, Oster & Aman L.L.P. has years of experience helping injured parties pursue successful personal injury claims. Our Reno personal injury lawyers can help you fight for your legal rights and obtain maximum compensation for your damages. If you are ready to get to work on your case, give us a call today at 775-227-2280.

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