Can You Be Ticketed For Not Wearing Your Corrective Lenses While Driving?

Posted on May 15, 2019
Did you know that if you have a corrective lens restriction on your driver’s license you will be ticketed if you are pulled over and are not wearing your glasses or contacts? In fact, in some states, you might even face time in jail. To find out your state regulations for wearing glasses or...
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Study shows higher speed limits lead to increased deaths

Posted on May 3, 2019
Cars that are moving at a faster speed can make a larger impact during an accident, which can lead to fatalities. New research shows speed limits that enable this driving behavior increase motorists’ risk of traffic deaths.The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) found that for every 5 mph increase in a highway’s speed...
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Who is responsible for a drunk driver?

Posted on April 19, 2019
When someone chooses to get behind the wheel after drinking, they have made a choice that puts other lives at risk. They should be held accountable if they cause an accident.However, Utah offers options for accident victims to seek compensation from other parties who may also be responsible for the accident. Someone who supplies...
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Lost Wages: An additional cost of motor vehicle accidents

Posted on September 11, 2017
Most people who are injured in an motor vehicle accident are aware of the costs associated with medical treatment. But an additional cost that is not always considered is lost wages as result of the injury. When a person sustains an injury they may encounter lost wages because they were unable to work during...
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4 emotional issues you could experience after a car accident

Posted on March 14, 2017
You’re heading home from a long day at the office, driving in rush hour traffic, when someone tries to run a red light – everyone’s in a hurry at 5:30 – and hits your car. Your physical injuries are significant, but they’ll heal.While you may deserve compensation for your medical bills, pain and suffering,...
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Why You Shouldn’t Walk Away After Being Hit By a Car While Cycling

Posted on February 9, 2017
Every morning before work, you wake up to log some miles on your road bike. You have been training for the last few months for the annual century ride in the spring. Usually, traffic is not very heavy, so you have become a little too complacent about the risk of cycling every morning. Why...
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