On May 27, 2011, a Utah Highway Patrol motorcycle trooper collided with a car at roughly 3 p.m. Thursday afternoon when a car made a left turn in front of him. The crash occurred at 5600 South and Commerce drive. After striking the car, the trooper was taken to the hospital with serious injuries. The Murray City Police Department is currently investigating the accident.

What Happens In This CaseĀ 

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This type of case is one commonly seen by personal injury lawyers. Automobile drivers often do not notice the presence of motorcyclists on the road. In particular, many cars collide with un-noticed motorcycles while making left turns. Most accidents involving a motorcyclist are the fault of the other party. Our prayers and condolences go out to the injured officer.

A lawyer can help injured motorcyclists recover damages from negligent drivers and insurance companies. If the other driver is responsible for the accident, a lawyer can help an injured motorcyclist recover financial compensation for current and future medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, and damages to the motorcycle.

Contact a Personal Accident Lawyer

If you have been injured in a motorcycle accident, contacting a personal accident lawyer is the first step you can take to receiving the financial compensation you deserve. The personal accident lawyers of the Christensen Law Firm will listen to the particulars of the case and inform you of all of your legal options. Our goal is to make sure you know your case as well as your personal accident lawyer. Call us at 801.506.0800 to find out how one of our personal accident lawyers can help you recover from your accident.