Springville, UT – Accident On Southbound I-15 Near 400 South Causes Traffic Delays And InjuriesUtah Legal News
Springville, UT (March 19, 2019) – On Monday, just before 5:00 p.m., Utah Highway Patrol responded to the scene of an accident.
The accident occurred on the southbound side of Interstate 15, near 400 South. The accident caused a blockage of the right lanes on the interstate. Multiple vehicles were involved in this crash. Emergency crews worked diligently to clear away the scene of the accident, remove debris from the roadway, and provide medical attention to those injured.
An investigation of the incident is ongoing. Our thoughts and prayers go out to those injured in this accident.
Multi-Vehicle Accidents In Utah
Being involved in a multi-vehicle accident can cause overwhelming financial devastation. Quite often, vehicles struck by multiple other vehicles on the roadway sustain thousands of dollars in damage. Vehicles involved are more likely to be deemed “totaled” and “un-repairable.” In these instances, victims are left with no vehicles, hospitalized for their injuries, and forced out of work without pay.
In Utah, those injured by negligent or reckless drivers can earn restitution for injuries and damages. Since 1990, attorneys at Siegfried & Jensen have helped over 35,000 accident victims obtain compensation for damages like lost wages, medical expenses, pain and suffering, and property repair or replacement. If you were injured in a car accident, by no fault of your own, contact our law firm at (801) 845-9000. Schedule a free consultation so we can explore what legal options are available for you.
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