Skiing and snowboarding

Snowboarding Accidents and Staying Safe

Snowboarding is a thrill many people chase and even take on as a career. It has led to olympians like Shaun White, Hannah Teter and Gretchen Bleiler to reach international fame. Snowboarding is a common pastime for many cities, like Salt Lake City and those with powdered covered mountains. However, snowboarding can still be dangerous if you recklessly ride.There are …

personal injury law

Elements of a Personal Injury Case

Sustaining a personal injury is never fun. Whether you are in an accident on a Provo, Utah highway or you slip in a store, everything in your life is put on hold. You may not be able to work, since there are multiple doctor visits you need to go to and you aren’t sure how exactly you are going to …

Lower Back Pain

Sports Injuries: Do You Have Rights?

There are so many sports kids can get involved in nowadays. One season you may be a soccer mom, the next you’re cheering at a football game and finally, you’re in the stands at a gymnastics meet. As your children grow up playing any number of sports, personal injury cases are going to be inevitable. If your child gets injured …

Hiking

Tips When Hiking

Autumn is a popular time to hike, especially up Provo Canyon in Utah. The air is clear and the colors are vivid. While hiking in the fall can be fun, it is important that you are safe, too. When you grab your boots and hit the trail, remember these tips to enjoy a worry-free hike. Smart Hike When you are …

Gavel

A Brief History of Personal Injury Law

Personal injuries have been occurring since the beginning of time. Before there was even one auto accident lawyer, many early civilizations practiced the law of retribution, also known as the “eye for an eye” mentality. Ever wonder how that primitive process evolved into the legal system that you see today in Salt Lake City and elsewhere? It turns out there …

Gavel And Law Books

Don't Become A Victim: Protect Yourself From Defective Products

Because products are now being manufactured mostly overseas, the U.S. has less power to regulate safe product construction. No one knows what exactly goes on in foreign production plants, but it’s not always in the best interest of the customer. More often than not, the cheaper, foreign alternatives push manufacturers into foreign markets. Whether here in Utah or elsewhere, if …