The expectation across Utah is that fewer vehicles on the road during the pandemic would mean fewer fatal car accidents. From the duration of March 15 to April 5, the number of vehicles on the road came down by almost 50% according to Utah Highway Patrol Troopers. However, the decrease in the number of vehicles […]

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Injured while on a Nature Hike

Posted July 31st, 2020

Utah County is a stunning place for outdoor activities like hiking, biking, and walking. Many people come to this area to take advantage of nature walks while on vacation. Trails like the Hike the Y, Canyon Nature Trail, and Timpanogos Cave Trail entice people to come back to hike during different seasons. The summer months […]

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When a person drives their vehicle at an excessive speed, then it creates a danger for other drivers and pedestrians. If you have been injured in an accident that involved excessive speeding, then you may have a claim for compensation. The Provo Personal Injury Attorneys from Howard Lewis & Petersen can review your case and […]

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The pandemic has wreaked havoc on daily life in society. Legal processes that once would have taken mere weeks to handle now have been pushed back for months. People who have pending court cases now find themselves in legal limbo. When you count yourself as one whose personal injury or workers comp case has been […]

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An earthquake is a devastating natural event that you cannot control. You have no way of knowing if or when they will occur. All that you can do is protect yourself as best as you can to minimize your losses. However, you may not be entirely sure about what steps that you can take to […]

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Workers compensation exists to help injured workers recover from their injuries or illnesses and move on with their lives. As helpful as this program is, it is not designed to cover certain expenses. You can find out what it will and will not cover by hiring one of the workers compensation attorneys in Provo Utah […]

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If someone was injured on your property, then you may be liable for the damages they suffered. Liability depends upon certain facts and the person making the claim must be able to prove all of the required legal elements to have a successful claim. If someone has been injured on your property or if you […]

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Covid-19

Posted April 14th, 2020

There is a new important law that has received little attention in the press. The Families First Coronavirus Response Act of 2020 (“FFCRA”) was signed into law on March 18, 2020. The FFCRA temporarily requires small employers with under 500 employees to provide certain emergency paid sick leave and family leave to employees dealing with […]

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Thanks for visiting our website. We handle medical malpractice cases, and we want to explain some basic principles that pertain to medical malpractice cases to help you understand how we decide whether to recommend that such cases be filed. A patient must prove three elements to win a case against the doctor or hospital: The […]

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April 6, 2020 Thanks for visiting our website. We handle medical malpractice cases, and we want to explain some basic principles that pertain to medical malpractice cases to help you understand how we decide whether to recommend that such cases be filed. A patient must prove three elements to win a case against the doctor […]

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