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UPDATE: Clay WiIker Injured in Alleged Drunk Driving Accident in Logan, Utah

LOGAN, UT — A major three-car accident sent several people to the hospital in Logan, Utah on Thursday, April 10th, 2014, according to the news article released by The Cache Valley Daily.

Accident investigators working with local police believe Clay Wilker was hurt when the Cadillac DeVille he was driving was struck head-on by a vehicle that crossed unexpectedly into his path while driving on Highway 200.

Scene of the Accident



Paramedics took Clay Wilker in an ambulance to a nearby hospital for treatment of his injuries. Also hurt in the crash was Brian Schofield and Randoph Wirth.

The driver of the other car was identified as Alvin Henson, who currently faces drunk driving related charges in connection with the accident.

The investigation into the accident is ongoing.


It is accidents like this one that tell us why we need adequate liquor liability laws all over the country. Many people do not know that many states have liquor liability laws, or ‘dram shop laws’ that ensure restaurants, bars, nightclubs, and liquor stores sell alcohol in a responsible fashion. What constitutes the irresponsible sale of alcohol? Whenever a bar severs somebody too much to drink and they are visibly intoxicated, more than likely they have violated their promise to the state to serve liquor responsibly in exchange for the bar’s license to serve. If a drunk driver is found to have been over-served, the bar can and should be held accountable for the accident. Once bars start seeing drunk drivers as a liability will the drunk driving statistics hopefully level off.

–Grossman Law Offices

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