Omaha, NE (July 17, 2020) – A motor vehicle accident on Thursday evening left one teen seriously injured. At approximately 6:30 p.m., on July 16, the Omaha Police Department and Fire Department responded to the scene of an automobile accident on Maple Street.
Reports provided by the OPD show that a 16-year-old male was riding a bicycle through the area of Maple Street and 60th Avenue when he was struck by a vehicle. The teen suffered serious injuries in the accident. The injured teen was rushed to Nebraska Medicine Nebraska Medical Center for treatment of serious injuries. At this time, the police are investigating the cause of the crash.
Our thoughts are with the victim, his family, and everyone who was affected by this accident.
Bicycle Accidents in Nebraska
Every year, bicycle accidents throughout Nebraska leave hundreds of people with injuries. Given the fact that bicyclists are relatively unprotected against the impact of other vehicles and outside forces in collisions, they are more likely to suffer life-threatening injuries. Many injured bicyclists have to go through surgery and spend months going through physical therapy for their injuries. Numerous victims are left with permanent disabilities that continue to impact them indefinitely.
Victims who suffer catastrophic injuries require extensive medical treatment, hospitalization, and therapy. The aftermath of an accident can be a trying time for everyone involved. The emotional, mental, and financial impacts victims are often forced to endure can be overwhelming. Not only are victims forced to struggle moving forward, but their families are often forced to deal with the stacking financial burdens, lost income, and emotional consequences.
The unfortunate truth is that the majority of accidents throughout the state of Nebraska are a result of driver negligence. Although we can be diligent and in control of our actions while driving, there is little we can do to ensure others act in the same responsible manner. The fact that so many people are injured in preventable accidents is concerning. When victims are injured in collisions, due to the reckless actions of others, they should reach out to a bicycle accident attorney in Nebraska as soon as possible.
Nebraska personal injury attorneys from Dyer Law PC understand the challenges that victims and their families face after being injured in pedestrian accidents. Our attorneys passionately believe victims should get justice and compensation from those who caused them harm in order to alleviate the financial burdens they face throughout their recoveries. Contact our personal injury law firm in Omaha at (402) 393-7529 to meet with our team at your earliest convenience to discuss legal options available for you.
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Disclaimer: As valued members of the Lincoln and Omaha communities, we at Dyer Law PC, have continuously strived to improve the quality of life and provide overall safety information for the people who live and work in Nebraska. We are always saddened to discover that a member of our community has been involved in one of the serious accidents which occur daily in Nebraska. We are hopeful that with a better understanding and awareness of these dangers, our fellow Nebraskans will take the necessary precautions to avoid these accidents. This post should not be viewed as a solicitation for business. The information provided should not be misconstrued as legal or medical advice. The pictures depicted in this post are not of the actual scene of the accident.