Car Accident News

Nevada Raises Speeds up to 80 mph in Certain Locations

Nevada has become the most recent state to raise speed limits to 80 mph on a 130-mile stretch of Interstate 80, beginning 40 miles east of Reno to Winnemucca. The new maximum speed limit law was singed into effect by Gov. Brian Sandoval 18 months ago.… Read More

Las Vegas School Bus Crash - What Next?

Sixteen children were sent to the hospital and one person was killed after a school bus flipped over on its side after being struck by a Ford Taurus in Las Vegas early Thursday morning. The middle-school aged children and the bus’s driver were sent to… Read More

What is Nevada’s Statute of Limitations for Car Accident Claims?

If you or someone you love has been injured in a car accident in Nevada, you must file a claim for compensation within the state’s statute of limitations. It is important that you understand how these laws pertain to your accident and affect your claim.… Read More

How to Maximize Your Damages in a Whiplash Car Accident Claim

Whiplash is a soft-tissue injury commonly associated with rear-end car accidents and may cause a number of health-related problems after a crash. If you are pursuing damages after suffering from whiplash caused by a car accident in Las Vegas, you should… Read More

Wrong-Way Driver Killed, Another Critically Injured in Accident on I-215

A 26-year-old man died Sunday after his vehicle struck another vehicle while traveling in the wrong lane on Interstate 215 in the south valley Sunday morning. The 26-year-old driver was traveling in a red Mustang westbound in the eastbound lanes of I-215… Read More

Pedestrian Deaths on Boulder Highway

Boulder Highway is a vital part of Las Vegas that attracts many tourists and locals, yet the area also experiences a large number of pedestrian deaths each year. Since 2006, there have been 486 pedestrians killed in auto accidents throughout Nevada.… Read More

Auto Deaths in 2016 Reveal Highest Numbers Since 2007

The National Safety Council (NSC) has released preliminary data that shows U.S. traffic fatalities in 2016 increased to the highest amount in nearly a decade. In 2016, approximately 40,200 motorists and pedestrians were killed in auto accidents throughout… Read More

AAA Study Ranks Young Millennials as the Worst Drivers

A new study conducted by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety has ranked young millennials between the ages of 19 and 24-years-old as the worst drivers in the nation. The study analyzed drivers from all age groups to determine which generation engaged… Read More

Teen Killed in Red Light Collision at Northwest Las Vegas Intersection

A 16-year-old driver was killed in a crash that occurred while he was stopped at a red light in the northwest valley on Thursday morning. The collision happened shortly before 6:30 a.m. when the teen’s Honda Accord was stopped in a northbound lane at… Read More

Nevada Falls Short on Effective Traffic Safety Laws

Nevada has been listed as one of the states with the least effective traffic laws to enforce highway safety. The Advocates for Highway & Auto Safety (AHAS), a consumer based auto safety group, compiled a list of states in the U.S. based on the number… Read More