Personal Injury


The Importance Of An Attorney To Help With Insurnace Adjusters

When dealing with an insurance adjuster after an accident, the most crucial step that can be taken is to hire a personal injury attorney. An experienced and knowledgeable personal injury attorney will help you understand your rights and ensure you are treated fairly throughout the settlement process.Why You Should Speak With An AttorneySpeaking with your insurance company can be difficult and emotionally...


How Evidence Is Typically Gathered In Injury Cases

In a personal injury case, negligence is an essential factor that must be proven for the plaintiff to receive a financial award. In general, negligence means that someone acted carelessly or recklessly and, as a result, caused harm to another person. To prove negligence in a court of law, the following steps should be taken:1. Establishing Duty of Care - The first step in proving negligence is showing that...


The Two Most Common Personal Injury Claims In Winter

Winter weather can be harsh, and every year it causes accidents that lead to personal injury claims. If you've been injured in a winter weather-related accident, you need to determine who is at fault and the severity of your injuries. Today we will talk about the most common forms of personal injury in winter. The two most common types of personal injury claims include the following: - Car accident...


Top 5 Most Common Personal Injury Cases in Utah

Slip and FallMost of us have tripped and fallen while walking. In most cases, these things happen for many reasons, such as: Not paying attention at surroundings;Carrying heavy objects;Couldn't see;or Distracted by your phone.These slips and falls usually result in minor injuries like bruises and scrapes. However, Slip and Fall cases deal with fully aware victims usually put in unsafe walking conditions...

Bringing Back Jury Trials to Utah

Amid all the ongoing COVID-19 news, I have heard that Utah is proposing a program to get jury trials up and going again.  This is very exciting news and a prospect that I have looked forward to for a long time.  Both and reported that the Utah Courts reported on January 15, 2021, they will be making a “cautious return” to jury trials.  COVD-19 has created a definite back-log of...

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