You need to act fast after your collision in Nevada, especially if the other driver clearly caused your crash. The first step is to call 911. The dispatcher will then notify the nearest local police department or Nevada Highway Patrol. Your call will also start the process to create a record of your accident. That way, if the other driver tries to deny doing anything wrong, you’ll have an official accident report created by the investigating police officer.
If you can do so, you should also take several other steps at the scene of your crash. Talk to eyewitnesses who saw your accident and get their full names and phone numbers. Take as many photos as possible of your collision and other important details. Exchange information with the other driver. Get medical attention. Then contact an experienced Nevada car accident attorney. Now is not the time to take chances with your future. Talk to a lawyer right away.