Salt Lake City, UT – Roll Over Crash At 700 East And 1475 South Results In InjuriesUtah Legal News
Salt Lake City, UT (March 20, 2019) – Just after 5 p.m. on Wednesday, March 20, Salt Lake City Police and emergency crews responded to the scene of a rollover crash.
The incident took place at 700 East near 1475 South, leaving at least one person injured. Police and medical crews worked to clear away the scene of the crash and provide medical treatment to those injured. We hope the victim injured in this accident is able to make a full recovery from their injuries. Our thoughts and prayers are with you as you begin the process of recovery.
Car Accidents In Utah
Rollover crashes in Utah often result in catastrophic injuries for those involved. Unfortunately, victims involved in these accidents often face thousands of dollars in medical expenses to treat their injuries and conditions. Sadly, a lot of individuals injured in car accidents sustain injuries by no fault of their own.
In Utah, those injured by negligent or reckless drivers in car accidents are able to file personal injury lawsuits by working with a skilled attorney. Attorneys at Siegfried & Jensen have over 30-years of experience helping accident victims across our state obtain justice and compensation for their injuries.
If you were injured in a car accident, it is imperative to hold the at-fault driver accountable for their negligent and reckless actions. Contact our law office at (801) 845-9000 to schedule a free case evaluation to see what legal options are available for 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.