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10/28

Passenger Killed in Single-Vehicle Las Vegas Car Accident

Posted by: Jack Bernstein

According to the authorities, this single-vehicle Las Vegas car accident occurred on Monday morning at just before 9 a.m.  A 19-year-old male was driving his Toyota sedan in a northbound direction on McLeod Drive just south of Palora Avenue when, for some reason, the vehicle veered off of the roadway.  As a result, the Toyota jumped the sidewalk next to the road and crashed violently into a residential retaining wall.  An unidentified teen-aged female passenger who was in the vehicle was killed as a result of the crash, and police are still investigating the incident.

Nevada Car Accident Statistics

First and foremost, we’d like to offer our most sincere condolences to the family and friends of the teen girl who was killed in this single-vehicle Las Vegas car accident.  We also hope that the police investigation leads to a fast and accurate result.  In addition, this crash will now become part of the overall statistics regarding Nevada car accidents.  Every year, thousands of people are injured and nearly 400 people are killed in these occurrences.

Las Vegas Wrongful Death Lawyers

If the investigation reveals that the driver was at fault for this single-vehicle Las Vegas car accident, then it could lead to the family of the girl who was killed filing a Nevada wrongful death lawsuit against that driver.  If they do and their case is successful, the family could recover damages that compensate them for the different forms of loss that they have incurred.

If you have lost someone you love in a crash, you need to seek the help of Las Vegas wrongful death lawyers who have been fighting for the rights of grieving families for many years.  Contact Bernstein & Poisson today to schedule a free initial consultation.

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