Is My Landlord Liable for a Slip and Fall Injury in Utah?

Is My Landlord Liable for a Slip and Fall Injury in Utah?

Landlords can in fact be held liable for slip and fall injuries in the state of Utah. If someone becomes injured at a commercial or residential property – and the owner of said property was responsible for creating or allowing the existence of the unsafe conditions...
Types of Damages in Utah Personal Injury Cases

Types of Damages in Utah Personal Injury Cases

Maybe you’ve heard the term “damages” before on some fast-talking lawyer’s commercial. Maybe you know the word, but never realized it has a specific legal definition. When lawyers say “damages,” they are referring to an important aspect of any personal...
What to Do If You Are Hit By a Car in Utah

What to Do If You Are Hit By a Car in Utah

In the United States, over 100,000 pedestrians visited emergency rooms in 2020 for non-fatal injuries they sustained during a collision. The true number of injuries sustained by pedestrians during collisions is likely much higher, as most decline to report them to...
Your Legal Rights in Utah Debt Collection

Your Legal Rights in Utah Debt Collection

Owing a debt can be a stressful experience. You may feel some measure of shame, helplessness or concern related to it. And if your debt has gone forward into the collections phase, you’re likely having some uneasiness about what happens regarding Utah debt collection....