Taylorsville, UT (May 02, 2021) – A vehicle crash that left one person requiring medical treatment took place on Friday, April 30th in Taylorsville.
Local police and paramedics responded to the scene in the southbound lanes of Interstate 215 in the area of 4700 South at about 3:35 p.m.
Two lanes of travel were closed off as emergency responders medically evaluated the people involved and provided medical treatment or transportation to those who required it.
Officers worked to determine the cause of the accident and remove debris from the roadway.
Our thoughts are with the victims injured in this accident. We hope for their full recovery.
The state of Utah places a four-year statute of limitations, starting from the day of your car accident, that you must abide by. If you have never filed a claim of personal injury before, you may not have ever heard of a statute of limitations before and be entirely unaware of this law.
A statute of limitations is the time frame given to you by the state during which you may bring your personal injury claim or file for a settlement in civil court. Once this time has passed, you will no longer be permitted to claim any financial recovery for your damages.
If your case is important to you, it is essential that you don’t hesitate to discuss your claim with an attorney. The more time you allow to pass, the more difficult it will be to put together a strong case and, as previously mentioned, if you allow four years to pass before you take any action, they will be powerless to help you.
The statute of limitations is rigorously enforced and you will be prevented from collecting any financial compensation if you let the clock run out.
Although it is true that no amount of money can ever make us feel whole again after losing a loved one due to the careless and negligent actions of other motorists, families find that having the financial resources necessary to cover medical treatment, lost earnings, funeral costs, and other expenses they endure after losing loved ones is helpful.
Utah car accident attorneys Joseph Jardine and Peter Goodall at Jardine Law Offices P.C. are committed to helping families move forward in the best way imaginable after enduring the sudden loss of a loved one as a result of negligence.
Our Utah personal injury attorneys provide trusted and compassionate representation to ensure families are able to get the justice they deserve from those who cause them unimaginable harm. If you have lost a loved one as a result of a drunk driver, contact our personal injury attorneys in Salt Lake City at 801-350-3506 to schedule a free case evaluation to discuss options available for you.
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Disclaimers: The attorneys at Jardine Law Offices P.C. have worked hard through the years to build a solid business reputation in the community. We write about these serious incidents to bring awareness about the dangers associated with driving in hopes that our fellow community members will use an abundance of caution when operating a motor vehicle and avoid being involved in a serious accident themselves. This story is not intended to be a solicitation for business. The information provided in this post should not be misconstrued as medical or legal advice. The photos used in this post are not taken from the scene of this accident.