Park City, UT – Child Injured At Utah Ski Resort After FallUtah Legal News
Park City, UT (February 25, 2019) – Emergency medical responders reported to an accident on Saturday evening involving an 8-year-old girl.
According to reports, the incident took place at Park City Mountain Resort. The young girl, who is from Alpine, was on the Silverlode Express chairlift when she fell from it as it was in the air. Ski patrol immediately responded to the scene to assess the area and tend to the injured child.
The 8-year-old girl was airlifted to Primary Children’s Hospital for treatment. The cause of the accident and the extent of injuries are still unknown. Our thought and prayers go out to the victim and her family, and we hope she will be able to make a complete recovery.
Fall Injuries In Utah
Being involved in a fall accident in Utah can have serious health consequences. In situations where individuals fall from high locations, they risk sustaining neck, back, or head injuries that can result in serious and permanent damage.
There are certain situations where this type of accident can be prevented. Unfortunately, there are cases where falls result from defective restraints or products. Individuals who are injured by faulty or defective items often face stacking medical expenses and pain and suffering.
In cases where individuals sustain injuries from a fall caused by a negligent party or a defective product, victims are able to obtain remuneration for their damages and injuries. If you sustain injuries in a fall, it is crucial to contact Siegfried & Jensen as soon as possible at (801) 845-9000 to schedule a free case evaluation.