Jan 23 2023

What to Do if You’re the Victim of a Hit-and-Run

Perhaps the worst kind of auto accident to be in is a hit-and-run, which describes an incident where a driver hits another car, then flees the scene before authorities can arrive to collect information. State law in every part of our country requires drivers to stop after being part of an accident that involves another […]

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Jan 06 2023

Factors That Impact the Timeline of a Personal Injury Case

There are a few common questions that clients in personal injury cases often have for their attorneys or other professionals, and some of these tend to revolve around timelines. Clients naturally want do know how long a personal injury case will take to settle or otherwise be completed, and this is a realm that will […]

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Dec 27 2022

How to Proceed if You’re Injured at a Concert Venue

Injuries can take place in a variety of settings, some of them public, and one such example is injuries that may be sustained during a concert or music festival of any kind. If you’re injured in such a setting, is there a chance of obtaining compensation from a liable party? How should you be proceeding […]

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Dec 02 2022

Attorney Questions to Ask Following an SLC Car Accident

If you’ve recently been injured in a car accident or have sustained major damage to the fault of your vehicle, and you believe the fault lies with another party, one of the first important steps to take here is retaining legal counsel. A personal injury attorney will help you prove liability of another party in […]

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Nov 29 2022

Discussing Taxability for Personal Injury Settlements

It’s common to wonder whether certain forms of income we receive are considered taxable, and one of the more nuanced areas here is found when one wins a settlement in a personal injury case. There are elements of personal injury settlements that are typically or always considered tax-exempt, but also several others where it’s likely […]

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Nov 04 2022

Liability Factors for Airbags That Failed to Deploy

If you’ve recently been injured in a car accident, a few key factors may play a role in determining who is liable for the injuries and trauma you’ve suffered. In certain cases, a chief culprit will quickly be identified: Airbags in your vehicle that either failed to deploy entirely or deployed in improper or unsafe […]

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Oct 25 2022

On Changing Attorneys During a Personal Injury Case

There are many things that may come up within a given personal injury case or any other form of civil claim, and one of these may involve a need or desire to change attorneys. Whatever your reason for this desire, is this something that’s possible? If so, what needs to be done to carry it […]

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Oct 07 2022

Determining Liability in Utah Dog Bite Attack Cases

There are a number of situations where determining liability for an injury or accident is important, and one good example is any case where you or a loved one has been attacked or bitten by someone else’s dog. While most would naturally assume that the owner of the other dog will usually be liable in […]

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Sep 27 2022

Utah Truck Accident Lawyers Discuss Personal Injury Damages

Have you been seriously injured in a Utah truck accident? Lawyers know the ins and outs of personal injury cases, and turning to an experienced local attorney is the best way to get the information and advice you need. That said, injuries like yours might have you worried about the costs of medical care and […]

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Sep 13 2022

What Happens When You Contact a Personal Injury Lawyer?

Most people in Utah only call a personal injury lawyer when they need help getting started with an accident claim. That’s only to be expected, of course – attorneys are like plumbers, electricians and other service professionals in that clients contact us only when necessary. But, this does lead many to wonder what to expect […]

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