When it comes to understanding the relationship between car accident injury and long-term effects, it left many people scratching their heads since everyone's experience after a Nevada car accident is so unique. Two Nevada organizations, The University of Nevada School of Medicine (UNSOM) and the Nevada Department of Public Safety, Office of Traffic Safety formed a partnership to establish how car accident injuries affected Nevadans long term. The data collected from both parties was used to take a look at the tracking of information from the crash scene to a patient's hospital discharge.
If there is one type of car accident that is completely inexcusable it is a car accident in which a person involved leaves the scene of an accident prematurely. This type of behavior is what's known as a hit and run. It is against the law to leave the scene of an accident before exercising due care. There are consequences for this type of behavior and one Reno man has been arrested on suspicion of leaving the scene of a fatal hit and run accident earlier this month.
There are a few topics in life that can have no resounding impact one day and can mean everything the next. One of those topics that can feel this way to many victims is personal injury law. When everything is great and everyone is healthy, a family doesn't need to worry about how a truck accident injury could affect a loved one in the short and long-term. The reality is that everything can change on a dime when you or a loved one is in the wrong place at the wrong time, suffering a truck accident injury.
With the holidays officially in the rear-view mirror for most, many are looking forward to the New Year and the positive changes ahead. But for some Reno families, they are barely making it through the day because their loved one was hit by a drunk driver. This can leave the victim and their family's life irreparably changed. There is another way besides criminal charges to get reparation after personal injury suffered due to a drunk driver.