Negligent Entrustment in Utah

Posted on May 11, 2020
You may have a lot of things to worry about when dealing with the aftermath of a car accident in Salt Lake City; receiving needed financial assistance from the driver that hit (or their auto insurance provider) should not be one of them. Yet if said driver was not in their own vehicle when...
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How Utah Calculates Lost Future Earnings For Auto Accident Victims

Posted on April 24, 2020
Serious injuries caused by a reckless driver in a car accident can be very expensive. Not only could you have to undergo extensive medical treatment such as surgery and physical therapy, but you may also have to take unpaid leave from your job while you recover — if your job offers that benefit. Otherwise,...
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Crash kills 1, leaves 8 injured near Salt Lake City Airport

Posted on February 27, 2020
A car crash is sudden, and it’s unexpected. Even if you have plans in place for what you’ll do in a worst-case scenario, it can still catch you off-guard and turn your life upside down.Unfortunately, car crashes do happen regularly throughout the state, and it’s something that could happen to you. Sometimes, these crashes...
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Winter Weather Driving Statistics May Surprise You

Posted on January 16, 2020
For those of us living in locations that have snowy winter weather, we are familiar with the hazards of driving in cold, snowy and icy conditions. Our local weather stations encourage us to stay home if possible during storms and if we must travel to allow ample time to get to our destinations. We...
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What to do if you spot a negligent driver

Posted on January 13, 2020
Maybe you’re driving on a crowded interstate and spot someone who is spending more time texting than they are watching the road. Or maybe you’re in a city setting when you realize that another driver is likely under the influence of alcohol.If you spot a negligent driver, there are two key steps you can...
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Utah Department of Transportation wants to reduce fatal crashes

Posted on November 21, 2019
In 2018, 27 teens were killed in traffic accidents in Utah. In total, 263 people were killed across the state. In 2019, that number has risen to 198 people so far, as of Nov. 13.The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) states that it is the failure to fasten a seat belt that is a...
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