Popular alpine skiing has a high risk of injury

Posted on June 24, 2020
Most people look forward to spending the winter months indoors where they can look forward to warm and dry conditions. Some other people prefer to use the opportunity to take to the slopes for skiing. While alpine skiing continues to grow in popularity around the world, so do the associated injuries. Becoming aware of these...
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Get The Right Help When You’Re Hurt In A Slip-And-Fall Incident

Posted on March 13, 2020
No one wants to think about getting hurt. Most people go through their day-to-day lives thinking about their futures and the plans that they have. They don’t often consider how those plans would change if they were suddenly injured or disabled. Injuries can happen anywhere, and when they do, your life could drastically change....
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What do I need to know about Statutes of Limitation?

Posted on February 28, 2020
The statute of limitations for personal injury claims varies from state to state, from case to case and from state to federal court. Failure to understand and meet these important procedural deadlines can be the cause for a case to be thrown out. It’s important to consult with a personal injury attorney to help...
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Can poor lighting lead to a premises liability claim?

Posted on January 28, 2020
Have you ever been in a store that just didn’t have good lighting? Maybe a light burned out, or perhaps they were not installed in order to save energy. Whatever the truth is, if you’ve been hurt because of poor lighting, it’s nothing that you can laugh about. Inadequate lighting can (and does) lead...
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Get support after a serious personal injury

Posted on January 3, 2020
A personal injury has the potential to change the trajectory of your life. Whether you were once hoping to be a runner but have an amputation from a car crash or you were a skilled artist who is now paralyzed from the shoulders down, it can be a life-changing experience to go through a...
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Can I be Fined or Sued If I Don’t Shovel My Sidewalk in Utah?

Posted on December 16, 2019
Although there is no federal law regulating snow removal, individual states and cities may have their own laws regarding snow removal. In Salt Lake City, for example, according to ordinance 14.20.070, snow must be removed from sidewalks within 24 hours of a storm. This applies to both residents and business owners. If residents or...
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