• Accident Causes

    Rising Temperatures Lead to More Accidents

    Statewide (July 6, 2020) – Summer has arrived in Nevada in full force, with temperatures regularly exceeding 100F. While many people associate summertime with fun-filled road trips, it’s also one of the most dangerous times to drive. Data shows that August in particular has more motor vehicle accidents than usual.

    Lerner and Rowe Injury Attorneys hopes that you and your family have a safe and enjoyable summer. Please check your car’s tires and fluid levels before embarking on a long drive. Making sure that your car is ready for the summer heat and avoiding distracted driving will help you and your loved ones avoid a car accident. Should you get into a summer car accident, please contact us for immediate assistance. Source: Nationwide

    Las Vegas Monsoon Season is Here

    Statewide (June 15, 2020) – Nevada monsoon season takes place every year from June to September. During this season, there are many hazardous conditions that could lead to car, truck, and motorcycle accidents. These conditions include thunderstorms, dust storms, flash floods, downburst winds, wildfires, and slick roads. Accidents can also occur due to heavy debris caused by a monsoon.

    Lerner and Rowe Injury Attorneys reminds you to use caution, should you get caught in a monsoon. Reduce your speed accordingly and pull over if necessary. Should you and your family get into an accident because of a monsoon or the resulting road conditions, contact us for immediate assistance.

    California Man Causes Fatal Hit-and-Run

    Las Vegas (May 28, 2020) – Police have arrested a 19-year old California man for DUI resulting in death, failure to stop at the scene of an accident, possession of a gun by a prohibited person, and possession of stolen property. The drunk driver caused a fatal pedestrian accident. The victim was initially hit by the driver who was arrested and was then run over by a second car. The Las Vegas Police Department are still looking for the second driver.

    Drunk driving in Nevada has serious consequences, especially when they result in a hit-and-run fatality. Lerner and Rowe Injury Attorneys hope that you and your family drive responsibly. Should you or a loved one be a victim of a drunk driver, please contact us for immediate assistance. Source: Las Vegas Sun

    Distracted Driving and SUV Use Lead to Pedestrian Accident Increase

    Statewide (April 8, 2020) – Pedestrian accidents are on the rise in Las Vegas. The Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA) cited the increased use of sports utility vehicles (SUVs) and distracted driving as two of the reasons for the increase. The larger size and weight of SUVs increase the severity of accidents, sometimes leading to fatalities, while increased mobile phone use has led to an uptick in distracted driving.

    The attorneys at Lerner and Rowe hope that Las Vegas drivers will do everything possible to keep pedestrians safe. Pedestrian accidents caused by distracted driving are a significant problem that’s easily preventable. Please avoid using your phone while driving or use voice assistants so that you can pay close attention to your surroundings. Being a mindful driver will keep the streets safer for everyone. Source: GHSA

    Vegas Pool Season Begins

    Las Vegas (March 9, 2020) – Many Las Vegas hotels will open their pools in March. With some of the most decadent and ornate swimming pools in the country, this is wonderful news for tourists. However, swimming pools also increase the chance of a swimming pool injury. Wet pavement, uneven surfaces, spilled beverages, and more can lead to a serious accident in or around a swimming pool.

    Lerner and Rowe Injury Attorneys hopes that you and your family follow these Las Vegas tourist safety tips. If you or a loved one have suffered a swimming pool injury, please contact us for immediate assistance. Our compassionate staff and proficient attorneys will take care of your legal needs and win you the compensation that you deserve.

    Poor Visibility Leads to Bicycle Accidents

    Statewide (February 25, 2020) – Although bicycle fatalities have been declining for the last three years, bicycle accidents in Nevada remain alarmingly high. One reason for the large number of accidents is poor visibility. To combat this, city planners are painting bike lanes green, installing large signs to let motorists know they’re sharing lanes with bicyclists, and installing flashing lights at intersections.

    Lerner and Rowe Injury Attorneys applauds Nevada for making the state safer for bikers. Hopefully the visibility improvements will help curb bicycle accidents. If you or a loved one has been involved in a bike accident in Nevada, please contact us so that we may explore all your legal options. Source: News3LV

    Retroreflective Backplates Expanding in 2020

    Statewide (January 9, 2020) – The Nevada Department of Transportation (NDoT) has announced that it will install more retroreflective backplates on traffic lights in 2020. Poor visibility during night driving is one of the most common causes of car accidents in Nevada. NDoT claims that the new backplates can reduce car crashes by as much as 15%.

    NDoT plans to deploy 150 retroreflective backplates in Truckee Meadows in early 2020 before expanding throughout the rest of Nevada.

    Poor night time visibility can lead to drivers running red lights. Hopefully the new backplates can significantly reduce the number of night crashes. If you and your family have been hurt in a car accident at night, contact Lerner and Rowe Injury Attorneys for immediate legal assistance. Source: NDoT

    Winter is Coming

    Statewide (December 4, 2019) – Nevada temperatures are plummeting, and soon it will be time for snow in many parts of the state. With snow comes traffic accidents. According to the Nevada Department of Transportation (NDoT), “As many as 2,000 crashes occur statewide every year due to unsafe driving in snow, ice, and other wet conditions.” This makes car crashes one of the most common forms of winter accidents in Nevada.

    Whether you’re a resident or visiting our fabulous state, everyone at Lerner and Rowe Injury Attorneys hopes that you exercise maximum caution while driving in Nevada during the winter. Please be especially cautious while it’s snowing or when icy roads have been reported. Should you get into a winter car accident because of a reckless driver, please seek medical attention and contact us immediately. Source: NDoT

    Nevada Lane-Departure Accidents

    Statewide (November 20, 2019) – Unintentional lane departures cause thousands of accidents in Nevada every year. According to the Nevada Department of Transportation (NDoT), lane-departure crashes caused 1,688 serious injuries and 540 deaths between 2012 and 2016. Whether it’s due to distracted driving or reckless driving, unintentional lane departures can be fatal.

    The lawyers at Lerner and Rowe Injury Attorneys hope that Nevadans and visitors to our fine state do everything in their power to stay in their lanes. Please keep your focus on the road. Eliminate distractions that steal your attention away from your driving and obey all traffic laws. If you get into an accident because of a driver that failed to stay in their lane, please contact us at your earliest convenience. Source: NDoT

    Car Crashes Responsible For 25 Percent of Youth Deaths

    Statewide (October 29, 2019) – According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), car accident fatalities of children under the age of 13 have plummeted by more than 75 percent since 1975. However, motor vehicle accidents are still responsible for 25 percent of unintentional injury deaths for children in that age range.

    Lerner and Rowe Injury Attorneys strongly urges you to exercise proper child car safety procedures. Using the proper equipment for small children and ensuring that their seats are secure can be the difference between life and death. Please read this convenient Nevada DMV guide if you’re unfamiliar with the child car safety laws and best practices. Source: IIHS

    Red-Light Fatalities Up Sharply

    Las Vegas (September 23, 2019) – According to the American Automobile Association (AAA), red-light crash fatalities have risen 60 percent between 2008 and 2017. Nine people died in red-light car accidents in 2008, while 23 died in 2017. AAA claims that 57 percent of the people that perished in red-light crashes in 2017 were not in the vehicle responsible for the collision.

    Lerner and Rowe Injury Attorneys strenuously encourages you to obey traffic laws. Running a red light is illegal. Furthermore, it puts you, your passengers, and other motorists in peril. As you can see from AAA’s figures, running red lights can be fatal. If you’re involved in a car accident because someone ran a red light, please contact us immediately. Source: AP

    Flash Floods Cause Accidents, Property Damage, and Death

    Clark County (August 1, 2019) – It’s currently monsoon season in Nevada, and with it comes the occasional flash flood. While it’s obvious that flash floods can cause property damage and traffic accidents, many people are unaware of how lethal they can be. According to government officials, 18 people have died in Clark County due to flash floods since 1982.

    While numerous infrastructure improvements have decreased the risk of flash flood fatalities, the attorneys at Lerner and Rowe urge you to exercise caution while driving during a flash flood. If possible, delay your trip until the storm has subsided. If you or a family member are injured during a Nevada flash flood due to negligence or another person’s reckless actions, contact Lerner and Rowe immediately. Source: Clark County

  • Accident Statistics

    12 Motorcycle Fatalities in 2020

    Statewide (June 29, 2020) – According to the Nevada Office of Traffic Safety (OTS), there have been 12 motorcycle crash fatalities in the first five months of 2020. The agency also claims that motorcyclists are 27 times more likely to die in a crash than automobile drivers. While bikes are a fun and economical way to travel in Las Vegas, it’s important to follow proper safety measures in order to avoid a motorcycle accident.

    Lerner and Rowe urges you to follow these Las Vegas motorcycle safety guidelines. Following these tips, observing posted speed limits, and obeying all traffic laws will increase your safety and help you avoid accidents. Should you get into a motorcycle crash, our attorneys are available to assist you 24/7. Source: OTS

    Fatal Car Crashes Down in Q1 2020

    Statewide (May 15, 2020) – Fatal car accidents were slightly down year-over-year in the first quarter of 2020, according to the Nevada Department of Public Safety (DPS). The agency reported 63 fatal car crashes in the first three months of 2019 and 59 in the first three months of 2020. However, accidents were up in the first two months of the year and there were fewer drivers on the road in March because of the coronavirus pandemic.

    As Las Vegas loosens COVID-19 restrictions, more drivers will be on the road. Lerner and Rowe Injury Attorneys hopes that the number of fatalities will decrease going forward, instead of following the upward trend of the first two months of 2020. However, if you or a loved one suffer injuries because of a car accident, contact us for immediate help. Source: DPS

    20% of Drivers Admit to Running Red Lights

    Statewide (April 30, 2020) – According to the Nevada Departments of Public Safety and Transportation (NDPST), 1 out of every 5 drivers admits to running a red light in the last 10 intersections they’ve passed. Running red lights happens for a variety of reasons–distracted driving, aggressive or reckless driving, drowsy driving, and more. No matter the reason, running red lights poses a risk to the guilty driver, their fellow motorists, and pedestrians.

    Lerner and Rowe Injury Attorneys reminds you to follow all traffic laws. Doing so increases your safety, as well as that of your passengers and fellow drivers. Furthermore, safely stopping at red lights lowers your chances of a car accident. Should you get into an accident because of someone running a red light, please contact us for immediate assistance. Source: NDPST

    Nevada Pedestrian Fatalities on the Rise

    Statewide (March 2, 2020) – The Governors Highway Safety Association  (GHSA) has posted its preliminary statistics on 2019 pedestrian fatalities. It reported 42 pedestrian accident deaths in Nevada, a 31% increase from 2018. Nationally, pedestrian deaths reached the highest level since 1988, with 6,590 fatalities in 2019.

    Lerner and Rowe Injury Attorneys is alarmed by the increase in pedestrian deaths. We sincerely hope that you do everything in your power to avoid pedestrian accidents. However, if you or a family member have been injured while walking, please contact us for immediate assistance. Our team of compassionate professionals and skilled lawyers will do everything possible to win you maximum compensation. Source: GHSA

    36 Students Struck by Vehicles This School Year

    Clark County (February 3, 2020) – Representatives from the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (LVMPD) said that 36 Clark County School District students have been hit by vehicles in the 2019-2020 school year thus far. LVMPD urged motorists and students to pay more attention and be mindful of their surroundings. Police officials cited mobile phones leading to distracted drivers and inattentive pedestrians.

    Checking out your friend’s latest Facebook status or enjoying the coolest new TikTok video isn’t worth getting into a severe pedestrian accident. Safety must always come first. Unfortunately, accidents can happen no matter how safe you’re being. If your children have been struck by a vehicle going to or coming from school, Lerner and Rowe Injury Attorneys can help. Source: KVVU

    Nevada Cited as Having the Fifth-Highest Speed Limits

    Statewide (January 16, 2020) – A study by QuoteWizard claimed that Nevada has the fifth-highest speed limit in the United States, with an average posted speed limit of 72.5 mph. As of 2017, some sections of Nevada highways have a speed limit of 80 mph. A study by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) claimed that 36,000 traffic fatalities occurred in the US between 1993 and 2017 as a direct result of speed limit increases.

    Lerner and Rowe Injury Attorneys strongly encourages you to stay within the posted speed limit while driving. Obeying speed limits greatly reduces your chance of a car accident. Should you get injured in a traffic crash, our team is available 24/7 for immediate assistance. Source: QuoteWizard

    November Crashes and Fatalities Up

    Statewide (December 13, 2019) – November was an unfortunate month for car accidents. According to the Office of Traffic Safety (OTS), there were 30 percent more car crashes and 27 percent more traffic fatalities in November 2019 versus November 2018. While the year-to-date numbers for 2019 are still lower, this past November proved to be a tragic month on Nevada roads.

    Many Nevadans take road trips to spend time with friends and family during the holidays. Lerner and Rowe Injury Attorneys hopes that everyone has safe and incident-free travels this holiday season. Should an accident occur while you and your family are on the road, please contact us so that we can take care of all your legal needs. Source: OTS

    Car Crash Incidents Decrease Continues

    Statewide (November 7, 2019) – The number of car crashes in Nevada continues to decrease, according to The Nevada State Office of Traffic Safety (OTS). The agency reported 21, 21, and 18 vehicle crashes in August, September, and October 2019, respectively. Those statistics represent a decrease of 34, 38, and 28 percent from August, September, and October 2018.

    The year-over-year decrease in car crashes is wonderful news for Nevadans and visitors alike. Hopefully, drivers being more mindful of their surroundings combined with the state making the streets safer will continue the trend. That said, some accidents can’t be helped. Should you and your family suffer a car crash in Nevada, please contact Lerner and Rowe Injury Attorneys immediately. Source: OTS

    Dramatic Decrease in Crash Fatalities

    Statewide (October 14, 2019) – The Nevada State Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) has reported 172 crash-related deaths through the first nine months of 2019. The agency reported 226 deaths through the first three quarters of 2018. That’s 54 fewer deaths this year-to-date, which reflects a dramatic decrease of nearly 24 percent.

    Lerner and Rowe Injury Attorneys is relieved that Nevada roads and streets have been safer in 2019. We sincerely hope that the trend continues and the number of crash-related deaths reaches as close to zero as possible. However, we understand that some car accidents are inevitable. Should you and your family be involved in a traffic accident, please contact us immediately. Source: OTS

    August Crashes and Fatalities Down Sharply

    Statewide (September 9, 2019) – The Nevada Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) has reported that both car crashes and automobile fatalities were down in August 2019. The agency reported 32 car crashes and 36 fatalities in August 2018, compared to 21 crashes and 22 fatalities in August 2019. Those numbers show a drop of 34 percent in crashes and 39 percent in fatalities.

    The attorneys at Lerner and Rowe are thrilled that Nevada roads have been safer. The company hopes that the trend continues. That said, please obey all traffic laws and practice proper driving safety. Should you get into an accident, the attorneys at Lerner and Rowe are ready to serve you. Source: OTS

    DUI Fatalities Up in 2018

    Statewide (August 9, 2019) – The Nevada State Office of Traffic Safety has released its cumulative numbers for DUI fatalities in 2018. Overall fatalities were up nearly 9 percent, with 184 DUI-related deaths in 2018 versus 169 in 2017. Alcohol and marijuana DUI fatalities were down from the previous year by 17 percent and 25 percent, respectively. However, “other drug” (not alcohol or marijuana) and polysubstance (more than one drug) fatalities rose in 2018 by 50 percent and 35 percent, respectively.

    The attorneys at Lerner and Rowe strenuously urge you to never drive while under the influence of any substance. It puts your life and the lives of other drivers in serious jeopardy. If you or a loved one have been involved in an accident because of a driver that was under the influence of alcohol or drugs, please contact us immediately. Source: OTS

    Nevada Traffic Fatalities Continue to Decline

    Statewide (July 5, 2019) – The Nevada Department of Transportation has reported that there were 16 traffic-related fatalities in June 2019. That’s a 48 percent decrease from June 2018, which had 31 traffic deaths. Overall fatalities are down 23 percent, with 125 traffic deaths in the first half of 2019, compared to 162 in the first half of 2018.

    The attorneys at Lerner and Rowe are ecstatic that Nevada has been a safer place to drive in 2019. Everyone on the team would love to see the numbers hit zero. Please be aware of the particular dangers of summer driving and do everything in your power to keep your family safe on the road. Source: Nevada DOT

  • News

    Improperly Disposed Fireworks Leads to $25K Fire

    Las Vegas (June 25, 2020) – The Associated Press (AP) reported that a $25,000 residential fire was caused by improperly disposed fireworks. Spent fireworks can remain hot and combustible hours after they’ve been used. Additionally, fireworks are illegal in Las Vegas, except for “safe and sane” fireworks, which may be used from June 28 to July 4. Improper use or disposal of fireworks could lead to a serious burn injury.

    With the Fourth of July approaching, Lerner and Rowe would like to remind you to use fireworks legally and safely. If you or a family member have suffered an injury caused by another’s negligent firework use, our team of skilled and compassionate personal injury lawyers may be able to assist. Source: AP

    Las Vegas Businesses Reopening

    Statewide (May 8, 2020) – Governor Steve Sisolak announced phase one of the COVID-19 “Roadmap to Recovery for Nevada.” A limited number of businesses will be allowed to reopen on May 9, 2020. These businesses include nail salons, hair salons, barber shops, restaurants, and more. However, additional safety precautions and service limits will be required.

    While many Nevadans are thrilled that the state’s economy is being restarted, Lerner and Rowe would like to remind you to use caution as we ease into the new normal. With more people going to and from businesses, the chances of a car, bicycle, or pedestrian accident increases. Should you or a loved one suffer a personal injury due to negligence, please contact us for immediate assistance. Source: NV.gov

    License and Registration Expirations Extended

    Statewide (April 21, 2020) – The Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles (DMVNV) has announced a 90-day extension for expiring driver’s licenses, vehicle registrations, and other documents due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The extension applies to documents with an expiration date of March 16, 2020 through the end of Governor Steve Sisolak’s state of emergency. Drivers are instructed to print this letter and keep it in their vehicle, should they need to show documentation to law enforcement.

    Lerner and Rowe hopes that everyone is staying healthy and safe during the coronavirus outbreak. Although there are fewer cars on the roads due to stay-at-home orders, many people are on edge when they drive for essential trips. Should you or a loved one get into a car accident, please contact us for immediate assistance. Source: DMVNV

    NDoT Essential Services Continue, Business Services Conducted Online

    Statewide (March 19, 2020) – The Nevada Department of Transportation (NDoT) has announced that essential services will continue throughout the statewide shutdown caused by COVID-19. These services include highway maintenance, snow removal, and road repair. Business services will be conducted online. These services include contract services, agreements, vehicle permitting, state map purchases, public records requests, and Americans with Disabilities Act reporting.

    Lerner and Rowe Injury Attorneys hopes that you and your family stay healthy and well during this turbulent time. If you have any questions about how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting your community, please consult our Las Vegas COVID-19 safety tips blog. Source: NDoT

    Distracted Driving Leads to Fatal Tesla Crash

    Sparks (March 1, 2020) – The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) found Tesla and Apple partially responsible for a fatal crash of a Model X using Autopilot in 2018 in Silicon Valley. However, the driver of the Model X was primarily responsible for the crash. The car’s records showed that he ignored warnings to place his hands on the steering wheel, while his phone records indicated that he was playing a game at the time of the crash. Tesla cars are manufactured in Sparks, NV.

    While technology like Tesla Autopilot works well, it still has limitations and requires driver attention. Even with self-driving technology, distracted driving can have deadly consequences, as this situation showed. If you or a loved one have been in an accident because of a distracted driver, Lerner and Rowe can help. Source: Reuters

    Data on 10.6-Million MGM Guests Exposed in Hack

    Las Vegas (February 20, 2020) – ZDNet reported that data on more than 10.6-million MGM Resorts guests was exposed in a data breach. The data included full names, home addresses, phone numbers, emails, and dates of birth. Guests included celebrities, tech CEOs, reporters, and government officials. MGM Resorts operates the largest chain of hotels in Las Vegas and the city hosts some of America’s largest conventions and concerts.

    While there is little anyone can do to protect themselves from a large data breach, there are many ways to stay safe while visiting Las Vegas. Lerner and Rowe Injury Attorneys encourages you to follow these Las Vegas safety tips. Should you suffer an injury while visiting Las Vegas, please contact us for immediate assistance. Source: ZDNet

    Active Traffic Management Signs Activated in Las Vegas

    Las Vegas (February 12, 2020) – The Nevada Department of Transportation (NDoT) has partially activated 42 LED Active Traffic Management (ATM) signs in Las Vegas. The signs were installed along Interstate 15 between Russell Road and Washington Avenue, as well as along U.S. Highway 95 between Valley View Boulevard and Las Vegas Boulevard.

    The signs will provide real-time driver information about planned and unplanned incidents, speed limit changes, and lane use control. Full activation is expected to happen before the end of March 2020. NDoT hopes that the information will increase driver safety and improve traffic flow.

    While technological advancements like ATM signs should increase safety, some car accidents are unavoidable. Call Lerner and Rowe Injury Attorneys for immediate assistance if you’ve got into a car crash. Source: NDoT

    Nevada I-15 Designated as Alternative Energy Corridor

    Statewide (February 1, 2020) – The portion of Interstate 15 that connects Nevada to California has been federally designated as an “alternative energy corridor.” The Nevada Department of Transportation and its energy partners will install electric and hydrogen charging stations at least every 50 miles along the highway.

    Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak said, “The collaboration between Nevada’s key agencies, utilities and private industry in electrifying Nevada’s highways paves the way forward to transportation decarbonization.”

    Lerner and Rowe Injury Attorneys would like to remind all drivers that most electric vehicles (EVs) have instantaneous torque and rapid acceleration. Drivers unfamiliar with them could be surprised and end up in a car accident. Should you get into a car wreck involving an EV, contact us for immediate assistance. Source: Las Vegas Review Journal

    Boring Company Loop Construction Begins

    Las Vegas (January 2, 2020) – Elon Musk’s Boring Company has begun construction of its electric loop at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The loop promises to offer convenient, environmentally-friendly, and fast transportation to convention attendees. 

    Walking from the New Exhibition Hall to North/Central Hall would take 15 minutes by foot; the loop purports to complete the trip in 1 minute. The Boring Company hopes to expand the loop to the Las Vegas Strip and McCarran International Airport.

    Lerner and Rowe Injury Attorneys is thrilled that Las Vegas is home to the Boring Company’s first transportation project. Please exercise caution around construction areas. Should you get into a car crash or pedestrian accident near loop construction because of negligence, please contact us immediately. Source: Electrek

    New Year’s Eve Las Vegas Freeway Closures

    Las Vegas (December 18, 2019) – The Nevada Department of Transportation (NDoT) has announced freeway closures and restrictions for New Year’s Eve 2019 in Las Vegas. The Interstate 15 offramps for Spring Mountain Road, Flamingo Road, and Tropicana Avenue will be closed at 5:00 p.m. and will be reopened between 3:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. at the city’s discretion.

    NDoT has listed additional road restrictions for the holiday on its website.

    Lerner and Rowe Injury Attorneys hopes that you and your family have wonderful and safe celebrations on New Year’s. Should you get hurt in an accident in Las Vegas, please contact us as soon as possible. Source: NDoT

    Tesloop Expands Tesla Rentals to Las Vegas

    Las Vegas (November 26, 2019) – Tesloop has announced that it will be offering Tesla rentals in Las Vegas starting in December. Drivers will be able to rent a Tesla in Las Vegas and drive it to Los Angeles or San Diego. Tesloop allows people to experience Tesla’s impressive autopilot technology, the convenience of electric cars, and travel in a more sustainable fashion.

    Lerner and Rowe Injury Attorneys is pleased that Tesloop has offered an alternative mode of transportation to the citizens of Las Vegas. While Tesla’s autopilot and summoning features are fantastic, they’re not perfect and require you to pay attention at all times. Should you get into an accident while renting a Tesla because of a malfunction, please contact us immediately so that we may go over any legal options with you. Source: Tesloop

    SEMA 2019 Coming to Las Vegas

    Las Vegas (November 1, 2019) – The annual SEMA Show hits Las Vegas November 5-9. People from all over the world will flock to the Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC) to see the latest and greatest developments in the automotive world. From mercurial tuners to powerful trucks and pristine classics, SEMA 2019 will have it all.

    Unfortunately, some car enthusiasts get a little carried away during SEMA. Fast and reckless driving by attendees could be an issue. If you’ll be attending SEMA or driving near the (LVCC), please be careful. Should you get into a car accident during your time in Las Vegas, please contact Lerner and Rowe Injury Attorneys immediately.