Nevada authorities and governing bodies are trying to drive Nevada to zero deaths. While this is a great goal to have, the reality is that hundreds are injured and even killed on Nevada roads each year. A compilation of crash statistics point to some common causes and repercussions for those injured in such a crash. It is clear that the consequences for being involved in a car accident can be quite severe both for an injured person's health and for their finances.
You can never be too careful these days. This is becoming even more evident after details of an alleged DUI hit-and-run that occurred in Reno came to light in a criminal trial that was decided last week. The details of the crash were presented in criminal court and a guilty verdict was reached. This is helpful to the man who was severely injured in the drunk driving accident because it proves that the actions of the driver were criminal and therefore likely negligent as well.
Most motorcyclists in Reno are well aware of the certain risks associated with operating a motorcycle. While many motorcyclists are safe and responsible drivers, some drivers in other motor vehicles are not. When an irresponsible driver accidentally comes into contact with a motorcyclist, the results can be catastrophic.
After a Reno car accident, whiplash is a common complaint. But, what exactly is whiplash? This term is given to pain that a person experiences from a jolting type of injury. For example, whiplash is most commonly associated with motor vehicle accidents.