Las Vegas Crash Injures Governor Steve Sisolak
Las Vegas, NV (October 18, 2021)– On Sunday, Governor Steve Sisolak and another, suffered injuries two-vehicle crash on Rainbow Boulevard.
The accident happened in the afternoon at the intersection with Rusell Road.
Also, Sisolak said he and the other driver appeared to have minor external injuries.
Right away, the rescuers rushed Sisola and the other driver to University Medical Center. The hospital released the governor at 3:10 p.m.
He is now resting at home.
Luckily, the drivers were the only occupants of the two vehicles when the crash happened.
When driving scan the road 1/2 mile to a full mile ahead in order to look out or recognize potential hazards in time. Our bodies weren’t designed to travel at 50mph. We were designed for speeds of less than 10mph. Thus, you need to learn to consciously break that natural instinct and focus farther ahead.
Talk To Our Personal Injury Lawyer
Each year, around 20-50 million people suffer injuries due to a vehicle crash. Unfortunately, not everyone knows what to do if injured in an accident.
The most valuable step you can take in response to a vehicle crash is hiring a personal injury attorney. Personal injury attorneys prioritize your recovery while securing your future from further losses a severe accident can bring.
“A common misconception is that personal injury lawyers don’t care. That is simply not true. Injury lawyers care about and want justice for their clients. We are driven by the desire to make our clients whole again,” says Steve Baric of Sweet Lawyers, a seasoned attorney.
No one wants to be involved in an auto accident. However, if you or a loved one sustain injuries due to a reckless driver, reach out to us.
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