Washington Co, UT (September 07, 2021) – Troopers have identified the couple from Washington County who was killed in a car accident near Zion National Park on Monday, September 6th.
85-year-old Warda A. Lewis and Floyd L. Lewis, both residents of Rockville, were driving westbound on State Route 9 approximately 10 miles outside Zion National Park when their Toyota Camry drifted onto the righthand shoulder.
When they maneuvered back onto the roadway, they were struck by an eastbound Ford van, which struck the passenger side of the Camry.
Warda Lewis, who was driving, and Floyd Lewis died at the scene.
The two occupants of the van were unharmed during the collision.
We would like to offer our deepest condolences to the family of the deceased victims, Mr. and Mrs. Warda and Floyd Lewis, at this time.
Even though there are many kinds of accidents that can injure those involved, one thing that many of them share is that those injuries will have a serious negative impact on their lives.
The physical damage and mental anguish often experienced by crash victims might leave them disabled and incapable of working. In some situations, victims may be out of work for just a few weeks. In other instances, victims may never be able to resume the job they once held.
Accident victims who are not able to go back to work and earn what they were prior to their accident do not deserve to be stripped of a financially secure future.
When a person is hurt due to another driver’s negligence, they are able to collect financial remuneration from the liable party in order to reduce the economic hardships brought on by medical bills, lost wages, property damage, and many other losses.
When injuries result from auto crashes due to the recklessness of other motorists, victims need legal advice from a reputable car accident attorney in Washington County.
At Jardine Law Offices P. C., our personal injury lawyers in Washington County 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.
If you were injured in an accident and it was someone else’s fault, contact our Washington County personal injury attorneys at (801) 350-3506 to schedule a free case evaluation to see how we can help you.
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