Salt Lake City, UT (July 27, 2021) – Police and first response crews were summoned to the site of a traffic collision on Thursday, July 27th.
The crash happened at about 7:20 a.m. in the westbound lanes of Interstate 80 at the merge for 4200 West in Salt Lake City.
Emergency medical personnel also reported to the scene and medically assessed everyone involved in the crash, and administered the proper medical treatment. Even though injuries were verified, no additional details about the crash or any of the victims have been made known at this time.
This accident is under investigation by local law enforcement.
Our thoughts are with the injured victim and their family at this time. We hope for their full recovery.
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.
At Jardine Law Offices P. C., our Utah personal injury attorneys make certain that our clients receive justice. We do everything in our power to make it possible for our clients to receive the maximum amount of compensation possible for their claims.
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.
The statute of limitations is rigorously enforced and you will be prevented from collecting any financial compensation if you let the clock run out.
When injuries result from auto crashes due to the recklessness of other motorists, victims need legal advice from a reputable car accident attorney in Salt Lake City. Anytime someone is harmed due to another driver’s negligence, they are legally permitted to collect financial remuneration from the liable party in order to reduce the economic hardships brought on by hospital bills, lost wages, property damage, and many other losses.
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.
If you were injured in an accident because of another driver’s actions, talk to our Utah personal injury attorneys at (801) 350-3506 to schedule a free case evaluation to see how we can help you.
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