There are so many reasons that health is the top priority for Reno residents. Sometimes a person's health can be compensated when they are involved in a car accident. Car accidents can have many repercussions including but not limited to medical expenses and lost wages due to serious injuries sustained in the crash. Car accidents can happen for many reasons with one of them being accidents caused by a drunk driver. If a driver was intoxicated at the time of a car accident and caused you or a loved one injury, it is important to understand that the injured party has options.
The freedom and fun that motorcycles bring their operators and passengers is unsurpassed by any other mode of transportation. This is one of the main reasons that motorcyclists choose to travel this way. With all that freedom and fun does come some risk. Motorcyclists are about 26 times more likely to die in a crash than someone riding in a passenger car, and are five times as likely to be injured.
Trucks transport the goods and services necessary to keep our households and businesses running. While trucks are a necessary and important part of our economy, they can also be dangerous to those that travel alongside them on Nevada roads. Trucks can weigh several tons and any collision with another vehicle can result in serious injuries to other drivers.
There are many dangerous and illegal activities that could result in a terrible car accident on Reno roads. One of these activities is drunk driving. One recent two-vehicle accident is being investigated by Nevada police as a possible drunk driving accident.
Motorcycle accidents can be the catastrophic result of a negligent driver. If an upstanding Reno motorcyclist is operating their bike safely with awareness and happens to be caught at the wrong place at the wrong time, that is seriously unlucky. However, a bad situation can turn even worse if the motorcyclist is struck with catastrophic injuries due to such an incident. There are ways that motorcyclists can collect for injuries sustained due to the driving decisions of another.