Cove, UT – Semi Accident On 12600 North And Highway 91 Results In Injuries

Cove, UT – Semi Accident On 12600 North And Highway 91 Results In Injuries

Cove, UT – Semi Accident On 12600 North And Highway 91 Results In Injuries

Cove, UT (March 14, 2019) – Early Thursday morning, troopers and firefighters responded to the scene of an accident on Highway 91 and 12600 North.

The accident involved a semi driving by 39-year-old Frederick Done, of Logan. Done was traveling westbound on 12600 North around 9:40 a.m. when he stopped at a stop sign prior to making a left-hand turn onto UT-91.

According to Utah Highway Patrol Sgt. Jason Kendrick, the steel in Done’s trailer shifted as he made the turn, causing the truck to roll over. Done sustained minor injuries in the crash.

Our thoughts and prayers go out the Frederick Done. We hope you make a fast and full recovery from your injuries.

Semi-Truck Accidents In Utah

Semi-truck accidentsCove, UT – Semi Accident On 12600 North And Highway 91 Results In Injuries often result in more severe injuries for those involved simply because of the size and weight of these vehicles. Unfortunately, semi-truck accidents can happen for a plethora of reasons.

Sometimes, drivers are injured in semi-truck accidents due to improperly loaded and secured trailers. When trailers are not loaded properly, items can shift or fall out of the trailer and cause injuries to those around.

Victims who are injured in semi-truck accidents are able to file personal injury lawsuits against the at-fault party. Attorneys at Siegfried & Jensen have over 30 years of experience helping accident victims obtain compensation for their injuries and damages.

Our skilled attorneys have extensive knowledge of rules and regulations surrounding semi-truck accidents, which enables us to adequately represent accident victims, so they collect the greatest possible restitution for their claims. If you were injured in a semi-truck accident, by no fault of your own, contact our law firm at (801) 845-9000 to schedule a free case evaluation.

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Disclaimer: At Siegfried & Jensen, we intend to honor the victims of horrific Utah accidents and inform the public about how to avoid these accidents and what can be done in the event of one. Please do not use this information as legal or medical advice.


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