What’s the Statute of Limitations for a Car Crash in Utah?

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Under typical circumstances, anyone who has sustained injuries in a car accident due to someone else’s negligence has the right to file a lawsuit against the people responsible for the accident. This type of case is known as a personal injury claim. Every state has […]

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Recovering Damages in a Red Light Accident

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Red traffic lights are crucial to managing the flow of traffic and maintaining safety on Idaho’s roads. Despite their importance, intersections where traffic lights are installed are common sites for severe accidents. Failing to obey stop signals or signs was among the top seven most […]

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Fender Benders & Other ‘Minor’ Accidents: A Personal Injury Perspective

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Minor auto accidents occur across many areas of Idaho, from smaller communities to major urban centers like Boise, Nampa, or Pocatello. While many drivers might dismiss or downplay the impact of fender benders, these crashes can often hide more severe damages and injuries. If you […]

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How are Bill Collectors Handled When Filing a Car Accident Lawsuit?

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While you’re in the middle of a car accident lawsuit, the last thing you want to think about is looming medical bills. However, hospital billing departments work quickly, and that means you may receive medical bills from the hospital that treated you after the accident […]

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Can My Past Incidents of ‘Road Rage’ Affect My Claim?

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Road rage is a long-standing problem on Utah Roads. In 2022, 15.5% of drivers in the state said another driver had exited their vehicle to fight or yell at them, and 10% of drivers admitted to experiencing frequent feelings of road rage. The Beehive State […]

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What Are the Common Triggers of PTSD After a Crash?

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Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a complex mental health diagnosis that can develop after witnessing or experiencing a traumatic event. While it is often associated with combat veterans, PTSD can affect anyone who has been through a distressing event, including serious car crashes. If you […]

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Imposter Uber Drivers: How to Avoid Them

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As ridesharing services have grown in popularity over the years, so has the risk of ridesharing fraud. Most recently, scams involving fake Uber drivers have resulted in passengers paying extra fees or cash tolls not authorized by the company. In extreme cases, fake drivers have […]

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Can a Car Accident Trigger a Wrongful Death Claim?

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The tragic loss of a loved one in a car accident is a devastating experience. Aside from the emotional trauma, surviving family members may face significant financial and personal hardships as a result. If the accident was caused by another person’s negligence or reckless behavior, […]

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6 Critical Safety Tips for Pedestrians in Urban Environments

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With our car-centric infrastructure, the United States is not especially accommodating to those who want to explore cities on foot. Pedestrians navigating cities are faced with numerous hazards, from distracted drivers to insufficient crosswalks, making the simple act of walking a potentially dangerous endeavor. Recognizing […]

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How Motorcyclists Can Anticipate Springtime Road Hazards

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With the promise of warmer weather and longer days, the open road calls to motorcyclists eager to embrace the freedom and thrill of springtime rides. However, this transition also brings a unique set of challenges and road hazards, making it crucial for riders to approach […]

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