Davis County, UT – Crash On Northbound I-15 Near 550 South In Layton Closes Left ShoulderUtah Legal News
Davis County, UT (March 12, 2019) – On Tuesday, Utah Highway Patrol responded to the scene of a motor vehicle accident along Interstate 15.
The accident occurred on the northbound direction of I-15, near 550 South. An unknown number of vehicles, currently believed to be no more than two, collided in the left shoulder of the interstate, causing major delays in traffic.
Medical crews provided treatment to those injured in this crash, while Utah Highway Patrol worked to clear away debris from the roadways. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the victims injured in this crash, who we hope will make full recoveries in due time.
Car Accidents Along I-15 In Utah
If you are ever involved in a Utah car accident, it is crucial to contact a personal injury attorney as soon as possible. The winter weather can compromise evidence along the roadway that may indicate the cause of the crash and help you prove your case against an at-fault driver in a Utah court. Attorneys at Siegfried & Jensen are dedicated to helping those injured by others obtain the restitution they deserve.
With over 30 years of experience helping accident victims across Utah, our team of reputable attorneys works diligently to help those injured to recover the maximum amount of compensation to which they are entitled. If you were involved in a car accident caused by a speeding or reckless driver, contact Siegfried & Jensen at (801) 845-9000 to schedule a free case evaluation.
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