Marriott-Slaterville, UT – Korbin Feick Identified As Motorcyclist Killed At 12Th St And 1900 West

Marriott-Slaterville, UT (May 24, 2022) – On Tuesday, the Utah Highway Patrol released the identity of a motorcyclist who was killed in a crash on Saturday, May 21st. 

18-year-old Korbin Feick, a resident of Farr West, was killed in an accident when his bike and a Subaru Hatchback collided with one another at the intersection of 1900 West and 12th Street at about 11:05 p.m.  

Feick was ejected from his motorcycle and died at the scene.

The occupants of the Subaru were unharmed during the crash.

We would like to offer our deepest condolences to the family of the deceased victim. Mr. Korbin Feick, at this time.

When a rider is injured during a motorcycle collision, the physical and economic damage can be enormous and the path to full recovery is often quite long. If you sustained injuries in a motorcycle crash that you think was the result of someone else’s irresponsible behavior, we encourage you to speak with a Utah personal injury attorney with decades of experience in successfully representing the victims of these kinds of accidents. 

A seasoned Utah motorcycle injury attorney will have complete knowledge of proper legal procedure and be able to oversee your claim from start to finish. Hiring experienced legal counsel will greatly improve your odds of obtaining the full and fair financial compensation that you are entitled to for the losses you have endured. 

Collisions that involve motorcycles are usually viewed as one of the most severe types of collisions due to the fact that motorcycles are often ridden at high speeds and provide neither riders nor their passengers with any real measure of safety features. In actuality, studies have shown that almost 98% of all bike accidents result in some degree of injury. 

Unfortunately, it is not unusual for any motor vehicle accident to incite serious injuries or fatalities. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration stated that someone riding a motorcycle is at eight times greater risk of being injured and 37 times more likely to die in a crash than any vehicle occupant when the two collide. 

Motorcycle riders are susceptible to injuries and death in a way that the occupants of other motor vehicles are not. A driver who is distracted can unexpectedly swerve into their lane, making them lose control of their bike, producing a crash without any physical contact between the two vehicles. If a car brakes suddenly in front of them, a motorcyclist can be ejected from his bike and sustain very critical injuries when they hit the pavement.

Let our lawyers deal with the frustrations of the legal process while you focus on healing. If you lost a family member in a motorcycle collision, contact our wrongful death lawyers in Utah at 801-350-3506 to schedule a free case evaluation.

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