The Utah employment attorneys at Howard, Lewis & Petersen have helped many of their clients deal with wrongful termination, sexual harassment, and other difficult employment illegalities. So today’s article is to help readers determine if their termination was illegal.   It is important to note that most employment is “at-will” meaning that they can be […]

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Liability for Dog Bites Overview

Posted January 30th, 2014

The Provo personal injury lawyers at Howard, Lewis & Petersen have encountered many dog bite cases over the years. Many people were not even sure if they had a case before they spoke with one of our Utah attorneys, so today’s article will outline liability rules for dog bite cases.   For the most part, […]

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Divorce is a tough situation and lifestyle change for every member of the family, especially if there are children involved. Children are sensitively attuned to any environmental change big or small, but divorce is no small alteration. In the lucky event that someone gets remarried, children have yet another change to deal with, but with […]

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Trailer Recall = Deadly Vacation

Posted September 24th, 2013

As the weather gets cooler and more bearable, many people love to take their families and head outdoors. As Utah families enjoy their travels and camping trips everyone should be aware of the dangers on the road. According to the National Highway Safety Administration, Keystone RV Company has recalled some of its 2013 Bullet and […]

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Jaundice is a common occurrence in newborns. According to the CDC about 60% of newborns are affected by the yellow skin coloring called jaundice. During pregnancy the mother’s liver removes a pigment common in blood and bile, called bilirubin. When the baby is born, its own liver should take care of monitoring bilirubin levels. When […]

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There are a lot of jokes and stereotypes regarding Provo personal injury attorneys. This article is written in hopes that we might shed some light on these stereotypes and negate them. The legal system is service oriented–service to the public, especially, people in need. For most people, it is their last avenue of appeal when […]

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The Sensitive Personal Injury Attorney

Posted August 8th, 2013

You cannot prevent every accident from happening because life is often unpredictable. This is especially true if a life-altering accident was not your fault. Sometimes there are events that are out of your control and; unfortunately, they can sometimes end in death. If this happens to you or someone in your family, you may need […]

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Car Accidents: Proving Fault

Posted June 13th, 2013

Montana residents who sustain injuries in a car accident will want to have their medical bills and auto body shop expenses paid if the accident was due to the other driver’s negligence. Before this can happen, one side or the other must be assigned blame for causing the collision. In a legal sense, someone must […]

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Car Accidents and Negligence

Posted June 5th, 2013

There are many dangers on the road, and people are hurt everyday by others. When another driver fails to act reasonably on the road, that driver is negligent. Negligence is an important topic in the world of personal injury law. When a person is found to be negligent, they are responsible for all of the […]

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Being injured in an accident can be a traumatic experience. Almost 100,000 deaths occur each year as a result of accidents. Auto accidents claim the most lives, and falls are a leading cause of injuries in the elderly. Other common causes of accidents include drowning, dog bites and construction site injuries. If you have been […]

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