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Drivers Between The Ages Of 26 And 35 – Risks Presented

Insurance companies have not existed and succeeded as for-profit entities for generations by accident. These companies understand how to generate revenue and profit, and one of the central ways in which they do so is by assessing risks.

When it comes to auto insurance, these companies leave no stone unturned with regards to the likelihood that a particular driver will be involved in a car accident that could lead to financial liability. One of those stones involves the age of the driver who needs to be insured.

As would be expected, some age groups present more risks than others.

Below you will find a brief overview of the statistics that relate to Nevada car accidents involving drivers between the ages of 26 and 35. Anyone who has been injured in a crash caused by a negligent driver needs to obtain the help of a lawyer as soon as possible.


One look at the statistics regarding Nevada car accidents will quickly alert anyone to the fact that for the most part, drivers who fall into this age group are involved in the highest percentage of crashes in the state every year. Overall, drivers between the ages of 26 and 35 are involved in more than 22 percent of all of the accidents that take place across the state on an annual basis. This is by far the highest percentage related to any age group.

Specifically, drivers that fall within this age range are involved in more than 7,200 Nevada car accidents that result in at least one serious injury. This represents a similar percentage of 22 percent of all injury crashes in the state. Drivers in this group are also involved in more than 50 fatal Nevada car accidents, which represents more than 16 percent of the state's total. Overall, drivers between the ages of 26 and 35 are involved in nearly 20,000 Nevada car accidents every year.


When someone causes a Nevada car accident that leads to a serious injury or even a fatality, then they should be held responsible for their reckless behavior. If a personal injury or wrongful death claim is successful, the plaintiffs could be awarded damages that compensate them for the different forms of loss that they have incurred. If you or someone you love has been harmed because of the negligent actions of another driver, you need to seek the help of Las Vegas injury lawyers who have been fighting for the rights of clients for many years.

Contact High Stakes Injury Law today to schedule a free initial consultation.

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I Was Injured In An Accident. What Do I Do Now?

By Scott L. Poisson

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