car accidents

If you have been in a car accident as a result of someone following too closely behind your vehicle, or tailgating you, you likely have many consequences that you are dealing with. You have to deal with damage to your car, in addition to potential injuries that you might have. There are many injuries that […]

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Concerts and music festivals can be very enjoyable. However, this changes drastically in situations where you have been injured at one of these events. These injuries are fairly rare, but they do happen, and there is no way to know whether or not it will happen to you the next time you attend a concert. […]

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Most motor vehicle crash deaths in the United States involve drivers and passengers of cars, vans and SUVs. As Utah personal injury lawyers, we’re well aware of the fact that using a seat belt is one of the best ways to protect the lives and safety of motor vehicle occupants. As per the U.S. Centers […]

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Is Utah a No Fault State?

Posted May 8th, 2018

The short answer to this question is yes, but it is important for all vehicle owners and drivers in the state to understand what “no fault” insurance actually means and how handling claims is different. No fault insurance has its advantages and disadvantages, but can work relatively well when individuals are not very seriously injured. […]

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Car accidents can happen anytime, anywhere. They can be particularly troublesome if you are injured in a car accident while out of town. If you are traveling through the state of Utah and you or your family members get hurt in a car accident, you should call Provo car accident attorneys at the office of […]

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Many people opt for Staycations, where they stay in their local area rather than traveling long distances. However, many people also assume that because they are not doing anything too different from their normal routines that there is not much of a risk that they will be injured. They should keep in mind that they […]

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For many college students, going on Spring Break is a welcome reprieve from the drudgery of studying and schoolwork. Unfortunately, mishaps can happen as a result of negligence that lies outside of your fault. When someone decides to not do their job properly, what often happens is that someone gets injured through no fault of […]

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Family law attorney Matt Brimley joined the firm on 03/01/2018. He brings nearly 18 years of family law experience to the firm. Dallas Brent Young has joined the firm and practices felony criminal defense along with personal injury. Dallas has extensive experience defending and prosecuting personal injury cases.

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On 03/13/2018, Legal Secretary Julie Heelis, has been working at Howard Lewis & Petersen, PC. for 40 years. Congratulations to Julie Heelis for years of dedicated service.

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Skiing and Brain Injuries

Posted March 13th, 2018

Brain injuries can be extremely traumatic, both physically and mentally. These are among some of the worst and most dangerous injuries, as the brain controls the entire body. If a part of the brain is disabled, there is a chance that you will lose some sort of functionality in your day-to-day life. While skiing is […]

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