Category: Personal Injury

Dog Bite Law in Utah

A dog is man’s best friend, and many of us think nothing of approaching a dog on its walk or when it comes to a fence to say hello.  But what happens when a dog loses control and bites a person? Utah law is clear: if you are bitten by a dog, you can recover damages from the owner or the person keeping the dog.  You don’t […]

Summers v. Tice

What Happened: Ernest Simonson, and Harold W. Tice (Defendants) were hunting in the same area and at the same time, both negligently fired their guns at a quail, and in the direction of Mr. Summers. Mr. Summers was struck in the eye and lip by shots from one or both of Defendants’ guns. There was […]

Frequently Asked Questions Part 2

What should I bring with me for my initial no-cost review?   You should bring all documents in your possession that are related to your injury.   For example, with an auto accident you should bring: A copy of the police or incident report, A copy of your automobile insurance declaration page Photographs of your […]

Frequently Asked Questions Part 1

How Much Will a Personal Injury Lawyer Cost? There is no cost for initial consultations, so you can talk to a Lawyer risk-free. Any information you share with the Lawyer will be kept strictly confidential. Personal injury cases are done on a contingency-fee basis. That means that you don’t have to pay anything until the […]