Salt Lake City, UT – Victim Of Pedestrian Accident At 136 W. 3300 South Identified As William Eric Moellmer

Salt Lake City, UT – Victim Of Pedestrian Accident At 136 W. 3300 South Identified As William Eric Moellmer

Salt Lake City, UT – Victim Of Pedestrian Accident At 136 W. 3300 South Identified As William Eric Moellmer

Salt Lake City, UT (March 21, 2019) – On Wednesday, South Salt Lake City police released the name of a victim killed in a pedestrian accident earlier this month.

On March 9, a pedestrian accident occurred near the Maverick station located at 136 W. 3300 South. According to police, a pedestrian was struck by a GMC Yukon then hit against by a second vehicle, which dragged the victim several feet. The pedestrian died as a result of injuries sustained in this crash.

The victim is identified as 51-year-old William Eric Moellmer from Kearns. Our sincerest condolences go out to the Moellmer family as they deal with this tragic loss.

Fatal Pedestrian Accidents In Utah

Salt Lake City, UT – Victim Of Pedestrian Accident At 136 W. 3300 South Identified As William Eric MoellmerIn 2017, 43 pedestrians were killed in accidents. Although it may seem like a small number, the impact of a pedestrian accident is quite large and often overwhelming for families. Surviving family members are often left without the financial resources necessary to pay for medical and funeral expenses for the victim. In some cases, families lose wage earnings and end up struggling to take care of financial obligations.

In Utah, surviving family members can file wrongful death claims against at-fault parties to obtain compensation to help alleviate some of the financial burdens they face in the aftermath of pedestrian accidents. For over 30-years, attorneys at Siegfried & Jensen have helped families across Utah obtain full and fair compensation for their losses from at-fault parties. If your loved one died as the result of another person’s negligent or reckless acts, contact our law firm today at (801) 845-9000 to schedule a free case evaluation.

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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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