3 People Injured (2 of them Pedestrians) in Box Elder County Car Accident
Three people were sent to the hospital Saturday afternoon, February 14, 2009 after two accidents on I-15 in Box Elder County, Utah. According to KSL.com, a red pick-up truck rear-ended a white Chevy Prism driven by a 22 year-old man from Layton, Utah. When both drivers pulled over and got out of their cars to exchange information, a silver car slid into them, sending them both to the hospital with serious injuries. The woman driving the silver car was also transported to the hospital.
As a personal injury lawyer I can easily say these type of accidents, where two accidents occur within a few minutes or days of each other, are the most difficult and frustrating claims for the parties invovled. This is because the insurance companies involved will always point the blame at the other car accident. That is why I wrote "7 Biggest Mistakes That Can Wreck Your Utah Accident Case." I encourage the two pedestrians involved in this accident to obtain a free copy of my book, they'll be grateful they did. In fact, a former Allstate Insurance adjustor said "noone should hire a lawyer or speak with an insurance adjustor until they've read this book." To obtain a free, no obligation copy visit www.UtahAccidentBook.com.
You can also watch a short video explaining common insurance company tactics following a car accident and how to ensure you do not fall victim to their traps: