Motorcyclist Killed in Central Las Vegas Collision

August 4, 2021 | Ed Bernstein
Motorcyclist Killed in Central Las Vegas Collision A fatal collision on the morning of July 28th led to the death of one motorcyclist in central Las Vegas.  According to police, the crash occurred near South Rainbow Boulevard and Laredo Street, just after 9:30 a.m..  Investigators believe that the motorcyclist was speeding south toward the intersection of Rainbow and West Tara Avenue when the bike collided with a Ford Fusion that was turning on Tara.  The motorcyclist was flung from the vehicle and unfortunately died at the scene of the crash.  The driver of the Ford Fusion was said to have suffered minor injuries.  This incident remains under investigation.   “Car accidents are on the rise in the Las Vegas area. At Edward M Bernstein and Associates, we take these accidents seriously. If you or a loved one have been involved in a car accident, we can help you. Call 702-996-3917. Note: These posts are created using publicly available (secondary) sources. The information has not been independently verified. If you see any information that should be corrected, please bring it to our attention, and we will make adjustments. The photos included in these posts do not represent the actual accident scene.”


Ed Bernstein

Edward M. Bernstein, Esq. is the owner and founding partner of Edward M. Bernstein & Associates, and one of the most recognizable figures in Nevada. Ed is one of state’s premier personal injury attorneys and has hosted The Ed Bernstein Show for over 31 years. He has served the Las Vegas community for decades with dozens of community appointments and terms of service. In the year 2000, he was Nevada’s Democratic nominee for the United States Senate.

Ed received his B.A. from Long Island University in 1971 and his J.D. from Widener University in 1975. Since then, Ed’s professional accolades include numerous publications, honors and awards, court appointments, and has been named one of America’s Top 100 High Stakes Litigators.