Do You Have a Case?

People all over the world are seriously injured every day. Although some injuries may be more severe than others, an injury is an injury and they can be difficult to both heal and cope with. Injuries are especially frustrating when they weren’t your fault. Personal injury lawyers work with clients to help them receive compensation for injuries that were caused …

Liability in Public Transportation Accidents

Buses carrying commuters and students are involved in around 63,000 traffic accidents annually (source: University of Michigan). Public transit is a lot more common in areas with a higher concentration of density, however, with more people comes more traffic and more impatient drivers. As a result, some of the public transit vehicles are unfortunately involved in accidents. The question then is, …

Largest Product Recalls of 2018

Recalls are the byproduct of manufacturer mistakes and blotches. These product blunders can range in severity when it comes to public safety hazards but should always be treated with the same amount of seriousness. From vehicles to food items, recalls happen annually, and if these recalls don’t happen quick enough, companies can face serious legal action from someone’s personal injury …

Tips for Driving in the Snow

The snow just doesn’t seem to stop, and as we make our way through winter, the storms seem to be getting worse here in Utah. With feet of snow plaguing our roads, it’s important for drivers to remember that they should be taking the necessary steps to traverse the icy, snowy streets safely. While Utahns are used to these conditions, …

Car Accident: Safest Lane

Traveling on the highway can be scary, especially during busy times like rush hour. While on the highway, you might have wondered which lane will be the safest to drive in. Sometimes it seems like cars are zooming past you in all lanes and none of the lanes are safe. Traffic accidents can happen any time in any lane, so …

Recent Fatality Rates — Utah and Nationwide

Ever since 2015, the United States death rate has increased each year and will continue to increase each year according to preliminary data. It is estimated that almost 900,000 Americans die every year, usually due to the five leading causes of death — heart disease, cancer, chronic lower respiratory diseases, strokes and unintentional injuries. However, the CDC reported that 20-40 …

5 Mistakes Parents Make That Put Their Children at Risk

As a parent, your number one priority should always be your children. From helping them grow to providing for them and keeping them safe, they rely on you for just about everything. However, mistakes happen, even among the best parents, and these parenting mistakes can put your children at risk of a potential injury. It’s crucial for a parent to …