Salt Lake City, UT – 2000 East Sunnyside Ave Motorcycle And Car Collide, Result In Injuries

Despite Awareness & New Laws, Motorcycle Deaths Are On The Rise

Salt Lake City, UT – 2000 East Sunnyside Ave Motorcycle And Car Collide, Result In Injuries

Salt Lake City, UT (March 19, 2019) – Around 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, Salt Lake City police and first responders reported to the scene of a crash.

The incident occurred near 2000 East Sunnyside Avenue. Although further details surrounding this incident are not readily available, we know that this accident involved a motorcycle and the driver of a passenger vehicle.

At least one individual was transferred to a nearby hospital for treatment to their injuries. We hope the person injured in this crash can make a fast and full recovery from their injuries.

Motorcycle Accidents In Utah

Salt Lake City, UT - 2000 East Sunnyside Ave Motorcycle And Car Collide, Result In InjuriesIn 2016, the Utah Department of Transportation reports that 1,168 motorcycle accidents occurred, resulting in 1,014 injuries and 41 deaths. Although motorcyclists account for 1% of all accident victims, they make up nearly 15% of all traffic-related fatalities. Unfortunately, these numbers continue to increase year after year across our state.

Unfortunately, those involved in motorcycle accidents often suffer severe injuries due to the fact that they are more vulnerable to the impact of vehicles than most other travelers on the roadways. Those injured in motorcycle accidents are able to file personal injury lawsuits against at-fault drivers to obtain compensation for their accidents. Although no amount of money can take away the pain a victim experiences in the aftermath of their accident, it can help to alleviate some of the financial burdens they are left to deal with.

Attorneys at Siegfried & Jensen work diligently to protect the rights of victims across Utah. Since 1990, we have helped thousands of accident victims collect more than $850 million in damages for their injuries. Contact our law firm today at (801) 845-9000 to see how we can help with your case.

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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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