One Injured in 2-vehicle Accident on Interstate 580 at College Parkway
Carson, NV (October 03, 2020) – On Friday, one person was injured in a 2-vehicle crash on College Parkway near the southbound ramp of Interstate 580.
The Nevada Highway Patrol says the crash happened around 4:30 p.m. involving 2 vehicles and 1 person was injured.
Additionally, authorities advise motorists to avoid the area in the interim and seek alternate routes.
Keeping Safe and Avoiding Vehicle Accidents
Authorities are advising to always drive defensively to avoid getting into collisions and maintaining your safety on the road.
In fact, there are multiple ways of keeping yourself safe on the road. Although, there are key concepts to keep in mind to ensure you are helping yourself and your community.
- First, avoid distractions while driving (i.e. talking to someone on your mobile phones).
- Next, is to avoid drinking and driving, a high percentage of accidents due to DUI.
- Then, wear your seat belts.
- Lastly, keep your speed at the minimum level and ensure you are not exceeding the speed limit.
There are more safety tips, these are just simple things you can always remember to ensure your safety on the road.
Know Who Can Help You
Roadways, while scrupulously created and mapped for efficient travel, are one of the most dangerous settings. It is crucial that everyone remain calm in order to properly handle the immediate aftermath of an automobile collision.
Mark Sweet, an award-winning attorney who has handled many auto accidents, wants to let those who are injured know that it is important to have an independent investigation to better protect your rights. Hiring the right firm, who has the resources to spend, can make all the difference between getting justice for a client.
We at Sweet Lawyers have over 40 years of legal expertise. Our expert lawyers have handled different cases of road and pedestrian accidents. We may call us at 1-800-674-7854. Or you can visit our website at Sweetlaw.com and check out the other ways we can help you and reach us.