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Semi Crash Sends 1 to Hospital


Posted on Sep 04, 2015

 

BOISE - At approximately 6:40 a.m. this morning, a truck driver driving a semi-truck trailer struck another car while changing lanes sending the other driver to a local hospital with injuries.

Police report that 37-yr-old Jason Day of Leonardville, Kansas was driving a semi truck trailer westbound on Interstate 84 near Cloverdale Road. Day was in the act of trying to change lanes when he struck a Hyundai Elantra operated by 35-yr-old Melissa Gayhart of Meridian, ID. The force of impact sent Gayhart to the hospital by ambulance, but the extent of Ms. Gayhart’s injuries are unknown.

The crash blocked traffic for two lanes for an hour and a half.

The crash is currently under investigation.

Truck companies and their insurance companies are reknown for investing significant dollars in hiring their own investigators, collision reconstructionists and attorneys to defend their truck drivers from injury claims. Obtaining a free initial consultation with an experienced semi-truck accident attorney is essential to protect your legal rights and remedies including the sending of a letter requring the trucking company to preserve as evidence information they have on file regarding both the truck, driver and scene of the collision.

Boise Semi-Truck Accident Trial Attorney Alan Morton has over 33 years of experience helping victims of personal injury caused by negligent truck drivers He is willing to provide anyone with a free initial consultation at his office or your home, work, school, hospital or any other convenient location. You should never give an insurance claim representative a recorded statement or a signed blanket authorization without first talking with an attorney to protect your claim. He can be reached at 208.344.5555 or toll free at 888.716.8021 or by way of an online contact form to schedule a free initial consultation to help you better understand your legal rights and remedies.

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