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What Is Utah’s Free-Range Parenting Law?

Posted May 22, 2018 | Uncategorized

People have been acutely aware of the danger in children wandering around without supervision for decades. “Stranger danger” is a term that all children learn when they are young. Many states have laws to penalize parents who allow their children to go around unsupervised. Utah recently approved a free-range parenting bill that gives parents the… read more

How Dangerous is Cannabis Infused Food?

Posted May 22, 2018 | Uncategorized

The legalization of marijuana is a hot topic across the country. Various states are beginning to reduce bans on marijuana and allow the use of medical or recreational marijuana. A new eatery in Utah is releasing a menu on which the main item is a “legal” pot pie. The owner designed the restaurant to provide… read more

How Does Utah’s Drinking & Driving Bill Affects Drivers & Safety?

Posted April 23, 2018 | Uncategorized

A push to postpone the effective date of Utah’s new drinking and driving bill did not garner enough support during a Salt Lake City legislative hearing on March 1, 2018. Starting December 30, 2018, Utah will be the first state in the country to lower the legal blood alcohol concentration (BAC) limit to 0.05 instead… read more

How Will a Red Light Running Bill Affect Salt Lake City Road Safety?

Posted March 21, 2018 | Uncategorized

Utah lawmakers are considering passing a bill that would allow drivers to go through a red light after checking to see that no one is coming. House Bill 416 would give Utah drivers the ability to treat red lights more like stop signs. It outlines that a driver who is on a road with a… read more

What You Should Know About Utah’s “Stand Your Ground” Law

Posted February 20, 2018 | Uncategorized

Stand your ground laws have gotten a lot of publicity nationwide as a result of certain highly-publicized trials in Florida and elsewhere. The trial of George Zimmerman for the murder of Trayvon Martin in 2012 did much to bring such laws to the forefront of the nation’s consciousness. Utah is one of many states with… read more

How to File a Personal Injury Lawsuit in Salt Lake City

Posted December 19, 2017 | Personal Injury

You recently suffered a serious injury in Salt Lake City, and now you’re dealing with expensive medical costs, lost income from missed days at work, physical pain, emotional suffering, and maybe property damage as well. You didn’t cause your accident, and you don’t feel like you should have to pay for your damages out of… read more

Symptoms to Look for After a Car Accident

Posted December 19, 2017 | Car Accident,Personal Injury

Car accidents are extremely jarring for the drivers and passengers involved. Every car accident involves three collisions: the vehicle collision, the physical collision, and the internal collision. At each phase, a person can sustain serious injuries. While some injuries show immediate symptoms, other symptoms are hidden or delayed. Some signs of injury are more serious… read more

The Importance of Insurance in a Personal Injury Lawsuit

Posted November 21, 2017 | Personal Injury

After any kind of personal injury accident, your first instinct should be to call your insurance company. You make payments to one or more insurers to maintain auto, home, business, and/or health coverage. After an injury, you finally have the ability to recover benefits from the policy you’ve kept. In any personal injury case, you… read more

Holiday Safety: Most Common Injuries in Salt Lake City

Posted November 19, 2017 | Personal Injury

It’s the most wonderful time of the year…for most. For some, it’s the season for personal injuries and illnesses. In Salt Lake City, some injuries are more common than others around the holidays. Snow and ice accidents, for example, send hundreds to the hospital each year around Christmas and New Year’s. Recognizing the most common… read more