Pedestrian Struck and Killed by Vehicle in Las Vegas
Las Vegas, NV (July 15, 2021) – On Tuesday, a 43-year-old woman died in Fremont Street pedestrian accident.
The fatal traffic crash happened at 1:13 p.m. north of Oakey Boulevard.
The authorities believe the pedestrian was in the road about 250 feet north of a marked crosswalk when a 2018 Nissan Rogue struck her.
Rescuers took the pedestrian to Sunrise Hospital and Medical Center, where she died.
Moreover, the Nissan’s a 58-year-old female driver stayed at the scene and did not show signs of impairment. She did not sustain injuries in the accident.
The Clark County coroner’s office will identify the deceased.
We at Sweet Lawyers extend our sympathies to the bereaved. May you find comfort during this painful time.
Coping With Fatal Pedestrian Accident
It is clear now more than ever that one person’s negligence can have devastating effects on other individuals. This is quite common in accidents that result in death.
Thus, it is crucial that the bereaved become aware that they have the authority to file a wrongful death suit. A wrongful death suit allows families to hold parties liable for the irrevocable damages they have caused. Depending on the scale of events/ depending on the type of situation, settlements can be anywhere from several hundred thousand dollars to tens of millions of dollars.
Moreover, according to NHTSA, pedestrian and bicyclist fatalities continue to rise in the United States. More pedestrians and cyclists were killed in 2018 than in any year since 1990.
Call Sweet Lawyers now at (800) 674 7852. Indeed, having legal representation can help you attain compensation on medical bills, loss of earnings, future medicals, pain and suffering, loss of consortium, and more.
Our lawyers will exhaust their best to ensure you get the maximum settlement. Indeed, they will speak to witnesses, analyze evidence, and obtain important data that will help your case.
Our litigators will work on your behalf to hold the responsible party accountable for their failure to follow traffic laws, resulting in the untimely death of your loved one.