Who is Responsible for a Multi-Vehicle Accident

While most car accidents consist of two vehicles, about 12% of them involve three or more vehicles. Multi-vehicle accidents, also known as chain reaction collisions, are often present legal complexities since several parties may be responsible for the crash, injuries, or deaths.

One primary issue is that it is difficult to determine exactly who was responsible for causing the collision. Drivers typical blame each other and witnesses may not know who or what specifically caused the accident. In some cases, however, multiple parties may be responsible.

Nevada is considered a “tort” state, which means that injured parties are able to sue the at-fault parties for damages. In no-fault states, drivers are not able to file lawsuits against each other. In a tort system, the full amount of compensation can be recovered from the at-fault driver’s insurance policy, as well as additional damages – such as pain and suffering – not provided in most auto insurance policies.

Let Our Firm Help You

If you have suffered an injury after being involved in a multi-vehicle accident in Nevada, our Las Vegas car accident lawyer at Maddox, Isaacson & Cisneros, LLP is ready to help you recover your entitled compensation. Our legal team can investigate your accident and gather evidence necessary to determine which parties are responsible for your injury.

With more than 90 years of collective experience, we possess the extensive knowledge of Nevada driving laws and the entire legal system. Do not hesitate to obtain our experienced and skilled legal services in order to make the best recovery possible.

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