Sidewalk Accident Settlements

Posted on September 15, 2022
People think of sidewalks as safe places to walk. They’re removed from traffic flow, filled only with strolling pedestrians, and offer access to all our favorite shops, parks, cafes, and restaurants. That’s why it can be such an unsettling shock to suffer a serious injury on what we consider a safe space for walking. ...
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Building a personal injury claim after a spinal cord injury

Posted on December 23, 2021
Personal injury accidents deprive Utah residents of many pleasures. An injury can steal away someone’s ability to live pain-free, or their ability to participate in their job or favorite activities. In some cases, an injury can rob a victim of their ability to function or move as intended. Spinal cord injuries are catastrophic injuries...
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When are ski resorts immune from liability for ski accidents?

Posted on January 6, 2021
As people who live in Utah know the mountains can provide a great escape and provide many different recreational opportunities. One of the main ones during this time of year is skiing or snowboarding at the various ski resorts in the area. There are many people who are on the slopes every day. This...
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A brain hemorrhage can be a catastrophic injury

Posted on April 9, 2020
Catastrophic injuries change your life the moment they happen. One of the more severe injuries, a brain injury, can quickly grow from bad to worse as your brain begins to swell inside your skull.With any impact to your head, there is a risk for a brain hemorrhage. This is when your brain bleeds as...
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Get help with the catastrophic injury you’re living with

Posted on January 13, 2020
Catastrophic injuries typically involve the spine or brain. Injuries to these parts of the body can be devastating, leading to many months or years of consequences. Brain and spinal injuries can range from minor to acute, but all of them have an impact that is noticeable to the victims.Victims of catastrophic injuries need to...
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Do people wake up from, and recover from, comas?

Posted on October 25, 2019
When you think about a coma, what do you imagine? Is it someone who is sleeping and never wakes up? Is it someone who eventually has life support removed after donating organs to others? Those situations can be the reality for patients who are in comas, but they aren’t always.Comas, by definition, are prolonged...
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