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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Why Do Car Accidents Increase in the Winter Months?

Posted on January 12, 2023
Approximately 70% of the roads in the United States are located in regions with at least 5 inches of snowfall or greater per winter season. Over 116,800 people are injured each winter in car accidents and over 1,300 fatalities occur during snowy months. Despite over $2 billion spent annually on managing snow and ice...
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Utah Vehicle Inspection Safety

Posted on December 20, 2022
Drivers in Utah have the responsibility to follow all road rules and state vehicle inspection laws. While Utah residents saw big changes in 2018 when the state dropped its mandatory annual vehicle safety inspection law for registering personal vehicles, the state’s laws still require inspections for specific types of vehicles as well as emissions...
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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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