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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Posted on August 14, 2022
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Where Do Most Car Accidents Occur?

Posted on July 25, 2022
There were over 3,500 car accidents in Salt Lake City in 2021.  More than 1,200 of these involved injuries.  Utah cited approximately 61,500 car accidents with over 18,000 injuries. While vehicle crashes happen across Utah every day, there are precautions you and your loved ones can take to avoid becoming a car accident victim. ...
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Utah Car Accident Laws

Posted on June 30, 2022
As the victim of a car accident, you may assume the party liable for your injuries will be responsible for paying your medical costs and other accident-related expenses.  However, this depends on the state in which you live and whether you shared in any fault for the car accident. To find out about qualifying...
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Considering the risks of distracted driving

Posted on February 15, 2022
Unfortunately, many people have witnessed distracted driving. Whether a driver is talking on the phone, texting, eating or putting on makeup, his or her attention is not on the road where it should be. It can cause serious injuries, resulting in expensive medical bills for the victim. Statistics also indicate that thousands of people...
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How seriously can alcohol impact a driver’s abilities?

Posted on February 1, 2022
Millions of Americans drink alcohol – some on a regular basis, some only on “special occasions.” Alcohol is prevalent in American culture. From a scientific and biological standpoint alcohol, once it is consumed, is absorbed through the digestive system and stays in a person’s bloodstream until it is metabolized in the liver. From a...
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