According to the Nevada DOT, there were 51,664 reported crashes. Of those reported crashes, 18,675 resulted in injury and 235 resulted in fatality.
Reporting on 20+ Cities in Nevada.
Based on the Nevada Departments of Public Safety & Transportation program called Zero Fatalities®, Speed is a major contributing factor to driver, pedestrian and bicyclist fatalities, accounting for nearly 1/3 of all traffic deaths in Nevada.
According to the Nevada Division of Insurance, the minimum motor vehicle liability insurance coverage is $25,000 in bodily injury per person, $50,000 in bodily injury per accident, and $20,000 in property damage (“25/50/20”).
No. Nevada is not a no-fault state. In Nevada, the individual responsible for causing the traffic accident pays for the damages.
They would be personally liable for any damages that occurred from the auto, motorcycle or truck accident.
If you or any passenger is injured and requires medical assistance or the accident resulted in the death of an individual, it is highly recommended to involve an attorney licensed in Nevada..
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