Father and Daughter Hurt in Traffic Accident on I-580
Reno, NV (March 27, 2022) On Saturday, a man and his daughter were seriously hurt in a multiple vehicle-motorcycle collision on Interstate 580.
Nevada State Police (NHP) says that a traffic crash happened at about 9 p.m. near the area of Mill Street.
Moreover, the NHP says the motorcycle went down taking its riders with it.
Authorities say that multiple cars struck both riders before traffic stopped.
The NHP closed lanes of southbound I-580 due to a traffic accident.
Officials say expects the child to survive.
Meanwhile, the male patient’s condition is still unknown.
When driving, better to scan the r
Aim high in steering, i.e. don’t make your steering adjustments based on what is directly in front of you, but rather what is down the road.
If the road is winding to the right, for example, look as far into the turn as possible. This will improve your safety and make your turns smoother.
Injured in a Traffic Collision
According to the United States Department of Transportation (DOT), there are approximately 300,000 merging accidents every year. It is therefore important to follow all the traffic laws to avoid these types of accidents.
“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, an attorney practicing for over 40 years.
Moreover, the most valuable step you can take in response to a vehicle-motorcycle collision Interstate 580 is hiring a personal injury attorney.
Mark Sweet, a personal injury attorney at Sweet Lawyers, says that serious car accident cases may call for a separate investigation spearheaded by an experienced lawyer fighting on behalf of a party.
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