Washington County, UT – Rollover Accident On Northbound I-15 Causes Injuries

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Washington County, UT – Rollover Accident On Northbound I-15 Causes Injuries

Washington County, UT (February 18, 2019)-  According to a news source, a fourth traffic accident occurred on the I-15 Sunday night around 6:45 p.m., causing minor injuries.

Utah Highway Patrol Officers responded to an incident along northbound lanes of the Interstate in Washington County. The driver of a Chevrolet Cobalt was traveling down I-15 when they lost control of their vehicle, which slid along the icy roadway and rolled down the median. The driver sustained minor injuries in this incident. No further information was released regarding the nature of the injuries to the driver or anyone else involved.

Utah Highway Patrol reports driving too fast for weather conditions were the cause of this incident. Our thoughts are with those injured in this incident, whom we are hopeful will make a full and fast recovery.

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Washington County, UT – Rollover Accident On Northbound I-15 Causes InjuriesWinter weather can make it very difficult for vehicles to travel along the Utah highways. Recklessness and speeding can easily cause one to lose control of their vehicles, resulting in rollovers or crashing into other vehicles on the roadway. When these accidents occur, they often result in serious injuries.

If you are ever injured in a car accident caused by a reckless or negligent driver, you should contact a personal injury attorney as soon as possible. Attorneys at Siegfried & Jensen help accident victims obtain remuneration for their injuries and other damages sustained in the crash. With over thirty years of experience, our team of reputable attorneys works diligently to ensure accident victims recover the maximum amount of compensation they are entitled to for their injuries.

If you were injured in a motor vehicle accident caused by a careless driver, contact Siegfried & Jensen at (801) 598-1218 to schedule a free case evaluation.

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