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Las Vegas, NV - Woman Critically Injured in Hit-&-Run at Washington Ave & Yale St

Las Vegas, NV - Woman Critically Injured in Hit-&-Run at Washington Ave & Yale St

Las Vegas, NV (January 12, 2024) - On Thursday night, January 11, a woman suffered critical injuries after a hit-and-run collision in the Las Vegas area. The accident was reported at the corner of Washington Avenue and Yale Street at around 8:24 p.m. The woman was crossing at an implied crosswalk when she was hit by a light-colored pickup truck.

The southbound driver continued traveling down Yale Street and fled the scene. The injured woman was transported to UMC in critical condition. At this time, no updates on the accident are currently available. Local authorities are currently seeking information regarding the at-fault driver and the suspect vehicle. An ongoing investigation into the cause of the crash is in progress, and more information will be provided as it continues.

Our thoughts are with the injured victim and their family at this time. We hope for a full recovery.

Hit-&-Run Crashes in Nevada

When a driver leaves the scene of a crash, it is against the law. You are required to stop and render aid following a collision. The number of hit-and-run crashes is on the rise across the country. In the past ten years, an estimated 682,000 hit-and-runs have happened across the United States each year, and there were 737,100 of these accidents reported in 2015 alone. These accidents overwhelmingly impact pedestrians and cyclists who are often unable to get the much-needed aid they require after a collision.

It is hard enough to deal with the aftermath of a crash on your own. When you have to figure out who is responsible for the crash, it can be even more frustrating. Despite the fact it is against the law to leave the scene of a crash, many drivers in Nevada continue to do so at an alarming rate. Even if the at-fault party flees the scene, you may be able to pursue compensation after being hurt in a hit-and-run. Even if it seems impossible that you will be able to recover after a hit-and-run crash, there is still hope that you will be able to find the at-fault party and be able to achieve a financial recovery. A trained legal team will be able to help you during the process to make sure that no stone is left unturned in your pursuit for full compensation.

You need to know that you are not alone after being injured in a serious pedestrian crash. The legal team at Viloria, Oliphant, Oster & Aman L.L.P. is here to help you during this difficult time, and we have a proven track record of helping crash victims pursue successful personal injury claims. If you have any questions about your case, we are ready to get to work to construct a strong claim for your recovery. Our Las Vegas hit-and-run crash lawyers are only a phone call away. If you are ready to get to work on your case, contact our law offices today at 775-227-2280 to discuss your situation with a trained lawyer.

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