Oct 19 2017

 Injuries at a Ballpark: Accident and Injury Lawyer

Baseball season is upon us, weather is beautiful and you set out for a great day at the ballpark opening day.  What you may not know is that there is more risk of injury at a sports stadium than a typical business.  So who is liable when guests are injured? Let our experienced personal injury lawyers guide you through your claim.  Put our 35 years of on your side.

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Oct 11 2017

Accident Lawyer : FREE CONSULTATION

William Rawlings & Associates are your Car Accident and Injury Lawyers in the state of Utah.  We have represented thousands of victims and their families over the last 35 years.  Our Firm are the attorneys other lawyers recommend to their family and friends.

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Oct 03 2017

Car Accidents and Social Media

 

It is tempting to tell everyone about  your injuries on your Facebook account.   Discussing your car accident claim on social media could ruin your settlement.  So let the Salt Lake and Utah County Personal Injury Lawyers at William Rawlings & Associates guide you through your claim.  Further, put our 35 years of experience on your side. Don’t tweet about your recovery progress or the severity of your injuries.  Take time to think about what the insurance adjuster may think if he reads your media posts.

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Sep 23 2017

Avoiding Car Accidents:  Cell Phone and Driving

William Rawlings & Associates know all to well cell phone distraction comes in many forms. Any one distraction can be enough to divert a driver’s eyes from the road.  It can take less than a second for an accident to occur. Distracted drivers often fail to brake or maneuver out of the way of other cars until it’s too late. We are your auto accident lawyers serving you for over 35 years.

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Sep 15 2017

Teen Texting While Driving: Crash and Prison Time

Texting is not worth your life or someone else’s life.  Your car accident attorneys at William Rawlings have helped families where a family member was killed by a driver texting. A teenager was sentenced to two years in prison and loss of license for 15 years.   He caused a fatal crash by texting while driving. Aaron Deveau, 18, was convicted of motor vehicle homicide by texting – the first driver in Massachusetts to face such charge.   Deveau, pleaded not guilty, was texting when his vehicle swerved across the center and crashed head on into another car.  He struck Daniel Bowley’s truck, killing the 55-year-old father of three.  Bowley suffered severe head trauma and lingered in a hospital for 18 days before dying.

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Sep 07 2017

Salt Lake City Injury Lawyers

William R. Rawlings & Associates makes you Promises and KEEPS those promises.  Over 35 years handling Accident, Injury and Wrongful Death claims.  Below are the promises you can expect our injury lawyers to keep. We are available 24/7 providing superior service.

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Aug 30 2017

Nursing Home Neglect Cases

William Rawlings & Associates investigate and review potential nursing home neglect cases.  The injuries are reviewed to determine if the injuries suffered are a result of inadequate care. This may have occurred in a nursing home, hospital or long-term assisted living facility. Individuals confined to a nursing home, deserve proper care and treatment.

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Aug 14 2017

Cell Phone Records and Car Accidents 

As your auto accident lawyers, we want you to know it is now standard procedure to obtain the cell phone records of the responsible party in cases involving car accidents.  The number of car accidents  linked to cell phone usage, both telephone conversations and texting, is staggering. According to one study, 28% of traffic accidents occur when a driver is using a cell phone.  Consequently, it is critical to obtain a driver’s cell phone records involving a motor vehicle or any car accident case. One typically obtains cell phone records through a subpoena to the driver’s cell phone provider.

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Aug 08 2017

 Car Accidents and Car Seats

The Utah Department of Public Safety outlines specific rules for car seats.  How long should your child be in a car seat?  When is it safe to transition to a booster seat?  Children under 8 years old must be properly secured in an approved child safety seat.  This is the case until they are at least 57 inches tall.  Children between 8 to 12 years old must be in an appropriate child restraint device or by a safety belt.  Yet the law does not apply to school buses and vehicles manufactured without safety belts.

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Aug 01 2017

 Do You Need A Lawyer For Your Accident Claim?

Do you really need a help with an accident claim? You can certainly try and deal with the Insurance Company on your own.  We find that most people who have suffered major injuries would rather have someone else deal with the adjuster.  They would rather have someone help them with gathering documents.  They would rather work on healing and have someone deal with all the calls, correspondence and medical providers who want payment.

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