Magna, UT – Man Injured In Auto-Involved Pedestrian Accident Has Died

Magna, UT – Man Injured In Auto-Involved Pedestrian Accident Has Died

Magna, UT (February 12, 2019) – On January 30, 2019, Robert Dewey, 59, of Magna, was crossing Main Street in or near a crosswalk just after 7:30 p.m. when he was struck by a vehicle.

Dewey was transported to the Intermountain Medical Center in critical condition. Dewey sustained head trauma in the incident. According to the Unified Police Department, Dewey passed away Saturday due to complications from the injuries he sustained in the accident.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the victim’s family and friends during this difficult time.

Magna, UT – Man Injured In Auto-Involved Pedestrian Accident Has Died In Utah

Automobile accidents involving pedestrians are often some of the most difficult accidents to deal with. Victims often sustain serious and life-threatening injuries, including spinal cord injuries, neck injuries, and traumatic brain injuries, that are truly life-altering.

Being involved in this type of accident often leaves victims unable to work due to their injuries. They are often forced to undergo several surgeries and forced out of work due to their conditions. Courts across Utah recognize the difficulties victims face in the aftermath of an accident.

There are instances where victims are unable to recover from their injuries. As a result, they end up passing away due to complications. When this occurs, surviving family members are able to file a wrongful death lawsuit to recover compensation for lost wages, medical expenses, and funeral expenses.

Attorneys at Siegfried & Jensen understand the difficulties families face after losing a loved one so tragically. Although no amount of money can replace a life, it can help alleviate some of the financial burdens families face. If you were injured, or your loved one lost their life, in an accident caused by a reckless or negligent driver, contact our law office at (801) 598-1218 to schedule a free consultation today.

 

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