Particularly dangerous are the motor vehicle rear end accidents, which take place on our freeways (I-95, I15, I215). Traffic will often bottleneck, thereby causing vehicles to abruptly stop. Those operating commercial vehicles such as semi tractor-trailers, diesels, 18-wheelers, big rigs or other heavy equipment need to leave adequate space between themselves and vehicles traveling in front of them. Accidents involving heavy commercial vehicles often result in horrific injury. To prevent rear end collisions the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles recommends a traveling distance of at least two seconds from the vehicle in front of you. Using this two second scale would significantly reduce tail gaiting and rear-end automobile accidents
Call or email our Las Vegas Firm today if you were hit by a car and need representation. The Law offices of Benson & Bingham will check every avenue of revenue to ensure your rights are protected and met.
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