Omaha, NE (October 26, 2020) – Emergency crews in Omaha were called to the site of a vehicle collision with injuries early Monday morning. Just before 6:45 a.m., on October 26, the Omaha Fire Department and police responded to the site of a vehicle crash on Interstate 680.
Reports from authorities show that a crash involving three cars took place on the southbound side of Interstate 680 near the on-ramp for Interstate 80 eastbound. The crash caused delays in the area as crews worked to clear the scene.
At least one person was injured in this crash. The injured parties were transported to CHI Health Creighton University Medical Center – Bergan Mercy for further treatment of injuries.
At this time, investigations surrounding the cause of the crash are underway.
Our thoughts are with the victims, their families, and everyone who was affected by this accident.
Car Accidents in Nebraska
Nebraskans are very familiar with the devastating impact of auto accidents. In fact, more than 1,000 people are hospitalized each year with injuries from collisions throughout the state. The majority of accidents are caused by distracted drivers sharing the road. Nearly 40% of accidents throughout the United States occur at intersections caused by drivers who run red lights or pass through stop signs. 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. 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. Nearly 40% of accidents throughout the United States occur at intersections caused by drivers who run red lights or pass through stop signs. When victims are injured in accidents, it is crucial that they reach out to a car accident attorney in Nebraska as soon as possible.
Working with a knowledgeable legal team can help to ensure those harmed are able to move forward and get the justice they deserve. Nebraska personal injury attorneys at Dyer Law PC strongly believe victims should never be forced to spend thoughts of dollars on the medical treatment they need as a result of another person’s actions. Our attorneys advocate on behalf of victims to help them collect full and fair compensation to cover medical expenses, lost wages, and other financial burdens they face. If you have been injured in an accident, as a result of another driver’s negligence, contact our law firm in Omaha at (402) 393-7529 to meet with our team to discuss your case.
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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.