Spring Valley, NV (August 19, 2020) – First responders and law enforcement officials were called to the site of a crash with injuries at the corner of South Rainbow Boulevard and West Russell Road on Tuesday afternoon, August 18. 

Initial reports from the site of the crash indicated that the accident took place at around 12:43 p.m. The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department reported that one involved party at the scene suffered injuries. At this time, the severity of those injuries has not been disclosed. 

The number of crash victims involved in the collision is still unknown. The injured parties were evaluated by responding paramedics and provided medical aid. The identities of the crash victims have not been disclosed at this time. 

An ongoing investigation into the cause of the accident is being conducted by local authorities, and more details on the crash will be made public as it continues. 

Our thoughts are with the injured victims and their families at this time. We hope for their full recovery.

Las Vegas Speeding-Related Crashes 

Spring Valley, NV - Crash with Injuries at Rainbow Blvd & Russell RdSpeeding is a common sight on Las Vegas roadways. Despite the known dangers of speeding, many drivers are perfectly comfortable exceeding the speed limit, and aggressive actions and stressful deadlines are just a few possible causes of speeding. Speeding has been involved in roughly 33% of reported vehicle fatalities across the country over the past two decades, and nearly 26% of reported roadway deaths in 2018 involved speeding drivers. That year, there were 9,378 confirmed fatalities involving high-speed collisions, an average of 25 deaths per day. 

Even the most careful drivers can find themselves the victim of a serious accident, and it is crucial that those injured in Las Vegas car crashes pursue the compensation they deserve after being unfairly injured by a reckless driver. For most Nevada residents, driving is our primary form of transportation, and anytime you are traveling the streets of Las Vegas, the risk of a crash is always present. Despite this fact, most drivers are unsure of what to do in the event of a crash, and many accident victims are overwhelmed when pursuing a Nevada personal injury claim for compensation. 

A qualified Las Vegas car crash attorney can help injured parties pursue a personal injury claim after a collision. At the Richard Harris Law Firm, our legal team strives to help those harmed in Nevada car accidents collect compensation to cover the medical treatment they need for injuries and other damages, and we will ensure that your legal rights are protected following a collision. Contact our law offices today at (702) 444-4444 to see how we can help your case.

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