Las Vegas, NV - Police Report Injury Car Accident on I-15 at Ex 40 & Sahara Ave

Police Report Injury Car Accident on I-15 at Ex 40 & Sahara Ave

Las Vegas, NV (November 4, 2021) – A motor vehicle accident causing injuries occurred on Thursday afternoon, November 4, according to authorities.

Per officers with the Las Vegas Police Department, the incident occurred around 3:00 p.m. on Interstate 15 at exit 40 to Sahara Avenue.

Multiple vehicles collided in the crash, though authorities did not release information about the total number of drivers involved.

Paramedics appeared to transport at least one victim to an area medical center. However, authorities did not comment on the extent of that victim’s injuries or their current condition.

Investigators are still piecing together the events causing the wreck and have not provided any further information. The area remained closed while police cleared the scene.

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

Injury Car Accidents in Las Vegas

Las Vegas, NV - Police Report Injury Car Accident on I-15 at Ex 40 & Sahara Ave

Nevada Department of Transportation authorities released recent data which show more than 50,000 car crashes occurred statewide in one year alone. Moreover, officers with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department added that almost 45% of that accident total occurred in Las Vegas. 

According to that same data, there were 284 fatalities throughout Las Vegas reported in 2019, with a nearly 4% increase in the last two years.

These motor vehicle accidents are an unfortunately common fact of life in Nevada, particularly in the greater Las Vegas area. Sadly, these victims and families are especially vulnerable in the aftermath of fatal accidents.

After a serious auto accident, those affected often cope with financial difficulties, long-term physical issues, and serious emotional trauma. Sadly, when victims succumb to their injuries, family members must deal with expensive medical and funerary costs in the aftermath.

However, if you have suffered injuries in an accident or lost a loved one, you may have legal recourse. You can and should reach out to a Las Vegas auto accident attorney right away. At Valiente Mott, we believe victims should never have to pay out of pocket.

Las Vegas Personal Injury Claims

The Vegas-area vehicle accident attorneys at Valiente Mott are here for you in your time of need. Our legal team dedicates their lives to helping you and yours get the justice you deserve.

Don’t let insurance adjusters determine the outcome of your accident claim. If you’ve sustained injuries caused by another driver’s negligence, don’t wait. Retain a competent, skilled lawyer as soon as possible.

We will gladly review the facts of your case and tailor our advice for your needs. As a result, you can feel confident that we will answer all your questions thoroughly.

Our experienced personal injury lawyers in Las Vegas have spent years fighting for both the victims and their families. If you’ve suffered injuries in a serious auto accident, don’t wait. Please contact us at 702-296-5117 to schedule your free consultation at your earliest convenience. We’re here to help you in your time of need.

Notes: Our team uses secondary sources when creating these posts. For that reason, we have not verified all of the facts surrounding each injury accident. If you locate any information that is not correct, please let us know right away so that we can correct the post to reflect the most accurate information about the accident. We will remove a post upon request.  

Disclaimer: We write these posts to bring awareness to the dangers associated with driving in and around Nevada. We hope that these posts will remind our readers to practice safer driving habits and use an abundance of caution while operating a motor vehicle to prevent being injured in a serious accident. This post is not a solicitation for business. None of the information in this post is intended to be medical or legal advice. The photo used in this post was not taken at this actual accident scene.