The Eight Phases of a Personal Injury Case in Utah
The bustling field of personal injury law is complex and involves many specialized practices and skill sets. If you hire an attorney who handles but does not specialize in personal injury, but, for instance, one who normally handles divorce proceedings or tax issues, insurance companies will know how to recognize this and, knowing that this lawyer is not going to go to trial, they will lowball their offer accordingly. You are seriously risking the quality
I-15, UT (February 24, 2019) – Police reported that there were road closures and injuries due to a serious truck accident that took place on Interstate 15. The lanes that were closed down following the accident included the HOV lane, lane one, and the collector ramp. They were closed for several hours at 1900 South I-15 in the southbound lanes. The accident took place between at least two vehicles, one of which was a large
Utah is no stranger to pedestrian accidents. In fact, according to research that has been conducted across the state, 30 pedestrians will lose their lives and another 785 will become hospitalized after a crash involving a motor vehicle driver. Unfortunately, over the past seven years, pedestrian accidents have been on the rise throughout the state, which means that more preventative efforts must be made to ensure that the prevalence of these accidents reduces in time.
Murray, UT - Man Critically Injured In Motorcycle Crash On Murray Blvd Near Vine St

Common Causes Of Motorcycle Accidents

Posted on February 23, 2019
Category: Legal News
When compared to other vehicles on the road, motorcyclists are at an increased risk of being injured in an accident. Motorcyclists lack the physical structure to protect them out on the roadways, making them a vulnerable target to cars and trucks. Statistics show that motorcyclists are nearly eight times more likely to be injured in an accident than a person in a car or truck. Despite efforts to protect themselves, the compact size of motorcycles
When cell phones that were capable of sending and receiving text messages first started to catch on, there were no laws pertaining to texting and driving. As cell phone use exploded in popularity, however, especially amongst the younger generations, the need for such laws quickly became apparent. A task that was already dangerous on its own, driving, now had a new nemesis. Today, most people are invariably attached to their cell phones, even when they