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How Utah’s no-fault insurance law offers protections

Posted on June 18, 2021
Under Utah’s no-fault insurance law, every motor vehicle must have minimum coverage that will help pay for the cost of damages in an accident, regardless of who was at fault. Although the coverage is minimal, it will pay up to set limits for bodily injury and property damage that will give immediate relief in...
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Can I seek damages after a car crash if I was partially at fault?

Posted on June 18, 2021
Working parents these days must spin many financial plates in the air, especially those who work in the nursing industry. Not only must they provide for their family’s household needs after long hours at work, but they also have to pay for childcare, school expenses and expenses associated with activities such as ballet or...
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Stump receives pass in a ski accident lawsuit

Posted on June 2, 2021
Determining liability in ski accidents is difficult because alpine skiing is an intrinsically dangerous sport. The U.S. 10th Circuit Court of Appeals, with jurisdiction over Utah, recently ruled on whether a stump hidden by newly-fallen snow is an inherent risk and the resort which created the stump should be held liable for skiing accidents.Jackson...
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Dog Bites

Posted on May 27, 2021
Dog bites occur more than most people would think. Nationwide, dog attack injuries can cost millions of dollars in insurance a year. There are millions of dogs and millions of attacks a year.In the state of Utah even if the dog doesn’t actually bite a person, but causes an accident like knocking a person...
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Officials focus on preventing work zone auto accidents in Utah

Posted on May 20, 2021
In Utah, there are inherent dangers on the state roadways whether it is on the highway or in residential areas. There is always a chance that auto accidents with occur causing serious injuries and even death. Some accidents involve people who are simply working on the road. Drivers who are thinking about getting to...
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Motorcycle Awareness Month arrives, but road hazards remain

Posted on May 11, 2021
With the arrival of Motorcycle Awareness Month in May, the spotlight on safety and sharing the road with these adventurous two-wheelers comes to the attention of America’s public, especially other motorists. However, too often, drivers of cars, pickups, SUVs and large trucks wind up in mishaps with motorcyclists.And you know that the motorcyclist along...
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