No one is immune to an accident. They come out of nowhere, often caused by someone else’s carelessness or recklessness, and leave behind damages and injuries. Each and every one of them, no matter how minor, is a traumatic experience that takes time, and often money, for recovery. Legal compensation can help with both, by allowing time away from work, and by paying medical and repair bills that insurance doesn’t quite cover.
A Las Vegas Metro motorcycle police officer was taken to University Medical Center after a crash which involved another vehicle, according to authorities.
Another officer with Metro reported the incident around 12:30 in the afternoon. She said the motorcycle officer was involved in a crash which included another vehicle, but there were no details on how the accident occurred.
The officer was taken to UMC Trauma, where it was determined that none of his injures were life-threatening.
You don’t have to be alone in the aftermath of an accident, wondering how you’re going to pay the bills. We can help you at Hofland & Tomsheck. Call us today for a free consultation. We have years of experience in obtaining the financial compensation our clients need to get past the traumatic experience of an accident and return to everyday life