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Common Birth Injuries: Cerebral Palsy & Erbs Palsy

The Lawyer’s Process Of Settling A Utah Personal Injury Case

Many cases involving a personal injury claim end up being settled before or during the trial. Only a small number of these cases actually reach the courts and are given a verdict from a jury. There are some key benefits — for both the plaintiff and the defendant — in keeping these lawsuits from going to trial and out [...]

Damages That Can Be Recovered In A Utah Personal Injury Claim

How To Receive Medical Treatment Without Insurance

If you are harmed in a crash and do not have any health insurance coverage, you will likely be concerned with how you are going to cover the costs of your medical treatments. You may be able to receive compensation for your medical costs and other damages after finally settling your personal injury lawsuit, but this could take months [...]

Red Light Car Crashes In Utah

Gathering Evidence For Your Utah Personal Injury Case

Once you are in the process of a legal trial, both sides involved in the suit or their legal representation will begin to gather information regarding the lawsuit. This process of investigation is referred to as “discovery,” because it usually reveals facts and documentation that were unknown beforehand — to at least one side of the case. In most cases, [...]

Kimball Junction, UT - Pedestrian Hit-And-Run At Transit Center Roundabout

Witnesses And Your Utah Personal Injury Claim

When you are injured in an accident, a witness can be extremely valuable when you are making an argument to the insurance provider. Witnesses can describe certain that can potentially confirm your account of the accident, backing up your argument. They also may be able to provide details that you didn’t know about but provide evidence that the defendant [...]

Monticello, UT - 3 Killed & 1 Critically Injured In Head-On Crash On US-191

Necessary Evidence For A Utah Personal Injury Claim

The days directly following an accident can be the most crucial for gathering and preserving evidence of what happened leading up to the incident. The same can be said about documenting any sustained injuries.  Physical Evidence Determining who is responsible for an accident can sometimes be shown by using pieces of “physical evidence, such as something you can touch or see, [...]

The Risk Of Side Impact Crashes In Utah

When to Notify Your Insurance Provider of a Utah Car Crash

Regardless of fault, it is crucial that you contact your insurance provider and report any incident that involves injuries or property damage.  It is a common myth that you do not need to call your insurance provider if you were not at fault for the accident. This is not actually the case because there are many types of coverage on [...]

Children Are At Higher Risk Of Being Injured In Pedestrian Accidents

Brake Failures and Rear-End Car Crashes

In most cases, rear-end collisions are usually the fault of the driver in the back. In other words, the driver who struck the vehicle in front of them is usually liable. But, this may change if the tailing driver argues that his or her vehicle’s faulty brakes resulted in the crash. It is not necessarily a strong argument (at [...]

The Risk Of Side Impact Crashes In Utah

Why You Should Report Minor Accidents After a Crash

Fender benders are a common type of vehicle accident that does not involve major injuries. These types of crashes can occur in parking lots when vehicles are backing out of a parking space, or when you are driving and trying to break at a traffic signal. It is easy to misjudge the distance you need to come to a [...]