Auto Accidents Caused by Winter Weather

Posted December 15th, 2017

Winter weather can cause a car accident in several ways: by impairing visibility, reducing traction and stability, as well as negatively affecting traffic, for starters. Whenever possible, avoid driving on wet, icy, or slick roads. If you must drive, make sure to act responsibly and practice proper caution. If winter weather and poor road conditions […]

Because fog decreases visibility, it can increase the risk of an accident. It is estimated that nearly 32,000 accidents per year are caused by fog. The good news is that there are several ways that you can avoid an accident in foggy weather. Slow Down You should drive slower than you normally would if it […]

Filing for Bankruptcy

Posted December 1st, 2017

Filing for bankruptcy is a legal procedure designed to restructure, reduce, or discard your debts. The court examines your assets and liabilities to establish whether you are able to settle the debts or not before making its decision. Procedure for Filing First, you need to compile your financial records, including assets, income, debts, and expenses. […]

What You Need to Know about Spousal Support

Posted November 22nd, 2017

Spousal support, also known as alimony, is often a misunderstood part of divorce. Some people think only women get support, while others don’t fully understand the factors that go into determining when or how much support should be ordered. Here are a few critical facts regarding alimony: Alimony is a Source of Income Alimony is […]

Workplace Injuries: What to Do

Posted November 17th, 2017

At every organization, the employer should protect the employees against abuse and injuries. Therefore, it is the duty of the supervisor or the employer to inform the workers about safety and health issues that may affect them at the workplace. However, even if you observe all the safety measures at the workplace, injuries may occur. […]

What’s Involved in a Wrongful Death Case?

Posted November 10th, 2017

What is considered a Wrongful Death? These are deaths caused by the carelessness or negligence of other people. When this kind of tragedy occurs, family members, such as spouses, parents, and children, pursue damages from a defendant, citing emotional and financial hardships brought about by the individual’s death. This provides the basis of the lawsuit, […]

When the Points Add Up

Posted November 3rd, 2017

Like most states, the Utah Driver License Division (DLD) operates a points system intended to suspend the driver’s license of serial offenders who receive a high amount of traffic violations. In Utah, each traffic violation is assigned a point value. If a driver accrues too many points on a driver’s license in a certain timeframe […]

The new cars on the market come equipped with an amazing amount of electronic devices designed to help drivers perform a wide variety of tasks. Interactive car consoles allow a driver to use voice commands to do things like make phone calls, program navigation systems, send text messages and tune the radio in to his […]

A truck accident, boat accident, car accident or ATV accident can change your life for the worst. However, if you know what to do beforehand, then it will be easier for you to cope with the aftermath of it. There are three important things that you will need to do after an accident. Seek Medical […]

Handling the Aftermath of an ATV Accident

Posted October 13th, 2017

All-terrain vehicles, often referred to as quads, are extremely popular for recreational use across Utah. While it is not uncommon for users to have hours of fun by safely and responsibly operating these vehicles, there are times when serious accident events do occur leaving victims with debilitating injuries and worse. It is therefore important for […]