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WHEN POOR ROAD CONDITIONS CAUSE AN ACCIDENT

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According to a recently released study, 34 percent of the Las Vegas Valley’s freeways and major thoroughfares are in a mediocre or poor condition which contributes to significantly higher costs on Las Vegas motorists. Dangerous road conditions are a leading cause of traffic accidents, and Las Vegas has an abundance of poorly maintained roads. Causes of … Read more

MOPED ACCIDENTS LEAD TO NEW PROPOSED BILLS

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The high number of moped accidents has led Nevada lawmakers to consider a number of new laws to lower this number. Moped Accident Statistics Moped accidents continue to be a serious concern in Nevada. Between 2006 and 2010, 362 injuries and nine deaths resulted from scooter and moped accidents, according to the Nevada Department of Transportation.Six people … Read more

LAS VEGAS RANKS LOW FOR DRIVER SAFETY

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Recently, Las Vegas ranked 144 out of 200 cities in the United States for driver safety. The recent report reveals that drivers in Las Vegas have a car accident every eight years and are an astounding 21 percent more likely to suffer a crash than the national average. Common Reasons for Car Accidents in Las … Read more

“MINOR” CAR ACCIDENTS ARE SERIOUS

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“Minor” car accidents, perhaps caused by inattention or carelessness, can still cause a great deal of pain and suffering. According to the National Highway Traffic Administration, over 2 million people are hurt each year in car accidents. More than 35,000 people were killed in 2015. Many victims lucky enough to survive face pain and suffering. … Read more

FRIENDS DON’T LET FRIENDS TEXT AND DRIVE

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Texting and hand-held cell phone use is illegal in Nevada.The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reported that in 2014, distracted drivers caused thousands of accidents across the nation.  In that year 3,179 people died in these accidents, and 431,000 others were hurt.  Ten percent of young drivers, age 15 to 19 years old, who were … Read more