The holidays in Las Vegas mean an inevitable increase in the number of drivers on local roads, and this traffic not only can be frustrating but also somewhat dangerous. Both residents and visitors in Las Vegas can easily find themselves involved in a number of possible car accidents during the holiday season.
If you suffered serious injuries or your loved one was killed in a car accident in Las Vegas, you will want to quickly get the experienced Las Vegas car accident lawyers at Dobberstein Law Group on your side. Our firm can help you navigate the complicated personal injury process and hold the negligent party accountable for all damages caused.
You can often save yourself a lot of headaches simply by planning your travel ahead of time and trying to avoid driving during peak volume hours. Also take into consideration the effects that weather could have during the week as well as possible road construction issues.
If you are planning on driving longer distances for the holidays, you will want to make sure that you take breaks during these journeys. Driver fatigue is a dangerous issue not just for commercial truck drivers, but all motorists, and you are more at risk of causing an accident when you are operating while you are exhausted.
Even when you are rushing to get to an airport to catch a flight, you still need to take your time while driving. Speeding is one of the most common causes of crashes, and you will be at greater risk of being involved in an accident if you are going too fast.
Dobberstein Law Group has a team of Las Vegas car accident lawyers who understand the many different causes of automobile accidents, and our firm can conduct an independent investigation into your crash to determine the cause of the wreck and who can be held liable while also preserving all key evidence. If you do happen to be involved in any motor vehicle accident during the holidays, always make sure that you receive medical attention as soon as possible after the crash so you can be sure that you are properly treated and also have a medical record proving that you sought treatment for your injuries.