While most drivers are extremely cautious and responsible on the road today, others cause mayhem. In a recent press release, Nevada's Attorney General warned drivers of the documented increase in staged car accidents. Staged car accidents you ask? These are car accidents that occur intentionally. These car accidents often are devised with the intention of sticking the innocent driver (or insurance company) with the blame and the bill.
After a car accident there are many questions. One of the most important questions is, who is at fault? If another driver directly caused a car accident that resulted in serious injury or damages that driver, or the driver's insurance company, may be liable for damages. Many people involved in car accidents have questions about how car insurance affects the accident.
It was interesting to see two Lt. Governor candidates toss around the term "personal injury attorney" as a pejorative, especially since one is a lawyer whose website claims to do just that type of work. It's a shame to see a colleague abandon his professional practice for personal political gain. Let's take a look at the type of work our candidates feel isn't good enough for Nevada's citizens:
A head-on collision is one of the most terrifying types of auto accidents a motorist can experience. Even when two vehicles are travelling at a relatively low speed, the damage caused by a head-on crash can be catastrophic. Unfortunately, wrong-way accidents are a dangerous reality on Nevada roadways, and motorists who have been injured because of a wrong-way driver's negligence should be aware of the available legal options for covering the costs resulting from the crash.