Las Vegas, NV – Injury Wreck on Ann Rd near Centennial Ctr Blvd

Las Vegas, NV - Injury Wreck on Ann Rd near Centennial Ctr Blvd

Las Vegas, NV (March 30, 2024) – At least one person suffered injuries in a car crash that occurred in Las Vegas on Saturday night. Reports from authorities show the crash happened at around 9:05 p.m. on Ann Road near Centennial Center Boulevard. Vehicles crashed for reasons that are still being determined by area police. Injured parties were treated on-site and taken to the hospital as needed. 

Our thoughts are with those involved in this auto accident in Las Vegas. We hope for the full recovery of the injured victims. 

Nevada Traffic Accidents 

Las Vegas, NV - Injury Wreck on Ann Rd near Centennial Ctr BlvdIn the United States, each year, more than 6 million cases accidents occur. Of these wrecks, approximately 3 million individuals end up with injuries and over 40,000 lose their lives. Each day, approximately 7,500 people are hurt in about 17,000 accidents. These numbers are alarming. However, when we consider the cause behind the majority of collisions that happen in the United States, they become even more shocking. 

More than 93% of car accidents reported in the US are caused by negligent driving. Negligent driving comes in countless forms, however, the majority include: 

  • Speeding
  • Intoxication
  • Distraction
  • Fatigue 

Drivers who allow themselves to become distracted, intoxicated, or over-tired while behind the wheel risk their own lives and the lives of everyone on the roadway. Each year, over 400,000 accidents occur that are caused by distracted driving, and, more than 12,000 people lose their lives due to accidents caused by intoxication. 

When you or someone you love has been hurt in an accident caused by a negligent driver, you deserve to be able to recover without having to worry about money. Contact a skilled car crash lawyer in Las Vegas from the Simon Law Firm at 702-364-1650 to learn more about how we can help you at this time. We do not charge any fees up front or out of pocket and only collect payment if you are able to receive financial compensation for your injuries and losses. 

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