It’s summer vacation now in Southern Nevada and more high school and college drivers are on Las Vegas’ roads longer each day. In fact, across the US, more teen drivers are killed between Memorial Day and Labor Day than any other 100 days of the year. Driver’s Edge, a Las Vegas non-profit, dedicated to saving teens from the accidents that commonly happen to drivers their age. Driver’s Edge works to teach the key driving facts that are missed by state-sponsored and certified drivers’ educational programs. They state their mission is to save lives through teaching people how to drive. If you have been the victim of a Las Vegas teen driving injury accident and want to recover costs for medical bills, car repairs, lost work and pain and suffering, contact Benson and Bingham for a free legal consultation. Our Las Vegas personal injury attorneys have the experience to get the most from insurance companies in Las Vegas car accident cases. If you are a teen that has received a Las Vegas reckless driving citation, log onto 24hourticketpower.com to fight or fix your ticket.
The Driver’s Edge program teaches teen drivers evasive lane maneuvers, aggressive and defensive braking techniques and how to recover from hydroplaning. The program also instructs teens by showing the physical effects of driving while intoxicated and distracted driving, fake field sobriety tests, car care information, and even seat and seatbelt placement. Many people, not just teens do not know how to prevent accidents in these situations. The program is planning on holding classes in Reno this July and will be in Indianapolis, Detroit, Dallas and the San Francisco Bay Area this summer. If you were in a Clark County injury accident with a teen or adult, we at Benson and Bingham feel terribly for everyone involved. However, do not take the first offer from the driver’s insurance company in any Southern Nevada injury accident case.