Motorcycle Accident Articles
Unfortunately, motorcycle accidents occur regularly in Utah. Every year, thousands of Utahns are affected by a serious injury due to a motorcycle accident. No one should have to suffer because of another person's negligence. Understanding what your options are following a motorcycle accident is key. Learn more about what options you have in this section.
As our communities continue to grow, so does bicycle usage. As more and more people try to bike to work, there is also a steady rise in bicycle accidents. Bicycle accidents can be devastating for those involved. A bicycle accident has the potential to be worse than a regular vehicle accident because the cyclist does not have the protections that a normal car has. Although there isn't a foolproof way to prevent bicycle accidents, there are some measures that can be taken to improve your safety. Learn more.
Personal injury cases can be complex. There are many different factors that can affect a case and the compensation you receive. When a client is better informed, this makes the job of the lawyer easier. In this section, you can find additional information that can help educate you regarding your claim. Although the articles are meant to be more general in nature, some of the principles may apply to your case.
When you or someone you love has been the victim of a serious accident, you are likely suffering immense stress. Sometimes stress can impede your decision-making, making it harder to know what to do with your case. Having a list of tips can help inform your decisions. It can help you know what to do and when to do it.
A wrongful death occurs when someone dies because of the recklessness or negligence of another. In these sensitive cases, a surviving member of the family or personal representative can sue. Wrongful death cases can be challenging because of the sensitive nature of someone’s death. A wrongful death case must be handled delicately and by a personal injury lawyer who understands many of the potential complications of these types of cases.
Typically, when someone’s dog bites another person, the dog owner is liable for the dog bite. The state of Utah has a “strict liability” on dog owners, meaning the injured person doesn’t have to prove the dog owner did anything wrong. If the dog bit someone, then the owner is liable. Two exceptions being the person was not legally allowed to be where the bite occurred, and the victim did not provoke the dog.
Knowledge can be critical when it comes to preventing or involvement in an accident. Learning what to do after an accident can be crucial. In this section, we also present additional information regarding the law and how it functions in society. An informed citizenry is better able to interact within society. Learn more.