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How to Measure the Emotional Distress Caused by a Dog Bite

Posted on May 22, 2023
A dog attack is one of the most frightening ways to sustain painful injuries with lasting physical and emotional damage. The sense of terror and helplessness when “man’s best friend” suddenly attacks, can have lasting negative impacts on physical health and emotional well-being. While it’s a straightforward matter to calculate medical costs after painful...
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Distracted Driving Laws in Utah

Posted on February 24, 2023
Only a few decades ago, distracted driving meant fiddling with a radio dial or eating a hamburger while driving. While those distractions also pose danger, instances of accidents from distracted driving have skyrocketed in the era of smartphones. Distracted driving caused 3,142 fatalities in traffic accidents in 2020. When something other than driving takes...
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Utah Pedestrian Laws You Should Know

Posted on February 24, 2023
Walking to destinations within the community is a positive choice for our own health and the health of the environment. No one expects to be injured while out walking to run errands, walk a dog, or just enjoy the fresh air and exercise. Sadly, 10.7% of accident fatalities in Utah involve pedestrians. When a...
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What is Spondylosis and How is it Caused?

Posted on January 18, 2023
The years take a toll on the human body as our cells lose the ability to regenerate effectively. Not only is this decline shown in the lines on the face but also in the pain and stiffness of bones and joints. One of the most prominent places this stiffness reveals itself is in the...
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Protecting Yourself From Black Ice Accidents

Posted on November 7, 2022
Inclement weather conditions are a major contributing factor to highway accidents. With more than 70% of roads in the United States located in regions with annual snowfall, over 1,300 fatalities occur annually due to accidents caused by snow, slush, and ice. One of the most deadly factors in weather-related accidents in Utah and other...
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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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