Nestled in the southern foothills overlooking the city of Henderson, lies the community of Southern Highlands, Nevada. It is bordered on the east by Interstate 15, on the north by Cactus, and on the south by St. Rose Parkway. Southern Highlands has a total land area of 2,300 acres, divided into two portions. Each offers amenities responsive to the needs of residents.
The northern portion has a neighborhood consisting of homes and condominiums that are suitable for starter families and those who wish to live in a quiet community with access to quality facilities and amenities.
The southern portion of the Highlands is a gated neighborhood with luxurious amenities such as the Southern Highlands Golf Club – just one of the reasons this community is viewed as an oasis in the state of Nevada. Homes in the southern end enjoy premium security with guarded gates and a regular security patrol ready to respond to residents’ needs.
Southern Highlands has a total estimated population of 10,446.
Southern Highlands has over 50 acres of parks:
An extensive trail system connects the entire community to parks and recreational facilities such as ball fields, tennis courts, and shopping and dining establishments. Residents look forward to annual events that provide fun and excitement: The Memorial Day Celebration with its magnificent fireworks display, Movies in the Park during the summer, the Southern Highlands Fall Festival and 5K Run, and the Holiday Tree Lighting.
Southern Highlands enjoys its strategic location — a short 5 to 10-minute ride to the Henderson Strip. However, car accidents are an ever-present threat to the Highlands lifestyle. Depending on the severity of the crash, anyone involved can suffer physical injuries ranging from broken bones and whiplash to spinal cord damage and brain injury.
Between medical bills and lost wages in the aftermath of a crash, financial burdens can quickly become overwhelming. Seeking guidance from an experienced car accident lawyer is essential to securing financial damages to help you make ends meet during your recovery.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention states that 20 percent of the 2.87 million emergency room visits for traumatic brain injury (TBI) in 2014 were attributed to car accidents. Additionally, TBI is considered “a major cause of death and disability in the United States.”
When you’re injured in Southern Highlands, it is important to discuss your case with an experienced accident attorney as soon as possible. Nevada state law has established time limits for presenting injury claims against negligent parties. If the statute of limitations expires before you pursue damages, you could forfeit your right to recover compensation for your injuries.
Our injury lawyers are backed by years of experience preparing injury claims, negotiating with insurance companies, representing clients in lawsuits, and obtaining fair settlements from at-fault parties.
These directions are from Google Maps starting from:
Southern Highlands, NV 89113
Total Est. Time: 20 mins
Total Est. Distance: 13.5 mi
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