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The Risk Of Side Impact Crashes In Utah

The Risk Of Side Impact Crashes

Also referred to as a T-bone accident and a broadside crash, a side-impact involves the front of a car hitting the side of another. This collision creates a T-shape, creating the more common name of a “T-bone.” Considering the nature of these accidents, side-impact accidents are extremely common at an intersection. Side impacts are one of the most dangerous kinds of traffic accidents. Our firm has helped many people who were injured in side-impact accidents. …

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Red Light Car Crashes In Utah

How The Insurance Adjuster Handles Your Utah Personal Injury Claim

Insurance Adjuster Motivation When an insurance adjuster is assigned to a case to investigate the circumstance of a case, they are trying to find out the true value of the claim. They are employed by the insurance provider. This means they are not working for you as an insurance carrier or a car crash victim. They only want to keep payouts as low as they can so the insurance company can save money. Insurance adjusters …

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Washington County, UT - Unlicensed Teen Driver Seriously Injured In Crash On I-15

How Does the Insurance Company Determine the Value of Pain and Suffering?

If you have been harmed directly due to the recklessness of another person, you may be eligible to recover compensation from the insurance provider of the at-fault party through filing what is referred to as a “third-party” claim. After you establish that the defendant is the one liable for your sustained injuries, you will also be required to provide evidence of all your financial and non-economic losses associated with the accident, also known as damages. …

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Do I Have a Case for a Slip-and-Fall Injury Claim?

Private Property Accidents Under the law, slip-and-fall claims are under the jurisdiction of premises liability. This also includes all personal injury claims that are levied against a property owner due to unsafe or hazardous conditions. The owner of any property has a legal obligation or duty to maintain his or her premises, and he or she is meant to use reasonable care to make visitors aware or repair any known dangers present on the property. …

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