Who is At Fault in a T-Bone Car Accident

Posted on December 15, 2022
According to the Federal Highway Administration, over 50% of car accidents with injuries and fatalities occur at intersections. The most common intersection accidents are broadside collisions, sometimes called T-bone accidents. This type of side-impact collision happens when the front of one car strikes the side of another vehicle, resulting in a perpendicular impact. T-bone...
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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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How Bad Tires Increase the Risk of Car Accidents

Posted on October 21, 2022
Most of us take our car tires for granted and rarely consider them until declining tread quality finally captures our attention or we have a flat tire or a blowout. Sudden tire blowouts are frightening and dangerous. According to the U.S. Department of Transportation, tire-related crashes caused 664 fatalities in 2020 alone. When tires...
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Whiplash Injury Compensation After a Car Accident

Posted on October 10, 2022
Whiplash injuries are by far the most common car accident injury in Utah and elsewhere, occurring even in minor car accidents as well as major ones. More than 2 million people suffer whiplash injuries in the United States each year. Some cases of whiplash are only a minor inconvenience with several weeks of pain...
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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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Emotional Damages After a Car Accident

Posted on August 17, 2022
Not all car accident injuries are physical injuries.  Some of the most significant and long-lasting distress suffered by car accident victims is to their mental and emotional health.   In a Utah personal injury claim, monetary compensation for mental and emotional distress may be recovered as part of a victim’s non-economic damages.  Non-economic damages are...
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