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10 Questions to Ask Your Personal Injury Attorney

By Steven Jensen
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April 9, 2022
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Personal Injury Attorney

If you’re looking for a reputable personal injury attorney in Utah, it’s important to be prepared with the right questions to ensure they can properly and expertly handle your case. Here are the top 10 questions you should ask before hiring a personal injury attorney. What to Ask Your Personal Injury Attorney Have you handled […]

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5 Quickest Ways Your Personal Injury Lawyer Can Ruin Your Accident Case

By Steven Jensen
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February 11, 2022
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The personal injury lawyer you choose can make or break your case. You want the best personal injury lawyer for your case. If you hire a lawyer that doesn’t know what they’re doing, you will get less than you deserve, and I’m not just talking about the amount of money you receive. There’s so much […]

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5 Steps to Take After Your Car Is Damaged in a Car Accident

By Steven Jensen
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February 8, 2022
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It’s a hassle dealing with the fallout after a car accident. One of the biggest inconveniences is having a crashed and damaged car. Read this article to understand your rights when it comes to getting your car repaired or replaced. Does your car need repairs or to be replaced after the car accident? The steps […]

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Personal Injury Waivers for Children Are Not Enforceable in Utah

By Steven Jensen
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January 31, 2022
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Child Injury

Personal injury or liability waivers that parents sign for children are all the rage these days. Understandably, business owners are trying to avoid liability for child injuries that happen on business property. Are these parental waivers enforceable in Utah? The answer is easy – no. (There’s one exception for equine activities.) The Utah Supreme Court […]

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Do you have a personal injury case? Do you need a Utah injury lawyer to help you?

By Steven Jensen
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January 5, 2022
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It depends. I know that’s not the answer you were hoping for. Walk through these steps to discover whether you have a Utah personal injury case that a lawyer will take. This isn’t meant to cover all possible scenarios. But it can give you a good idea about what we’re looking for as personal injury […]

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Your medical bill was sent to a collection agency. Now what?

By Steven Jensen
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December 29, 2021
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Here’s the typical scenario: You’re in a car accident. You go to the hospital and are charged way more than you expected. You are stuck with a $1,500 bill. Instead of paying the bill, you dispute it. You’re willing to pay some of the amount, but $1,500 is ridiculous. You saw the doctor for 1 […]

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Who pays your medical bills after a car accident?

By Steven Jensen
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December 21, 2021
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You’ve been in a car accident in Utah. You need medical treatment, but you’re worried about how you’ll pay the medical bill. Or, you’ve been to the hospital, and the bill came in the mail. Who is going to pay this bill? Too often, clients tell us they haven’t sought medical treatment because they are […]

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Don’t wait to hire an attorney.

By Steven Jensen
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December 10, 2021
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You may have heard an advertisement from a personal injury attorney say, “Don’t wait. Hire us now,” or “Call right away.” For personal injury cases, this is not just an advertisement ploy. It is critical that you get an attorney involved right away. Waiting months or even weeks can make all the difference in the […]

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What Should You Look For In a Personal Injury Attorney?

By Steven Jensen
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December 9, 2021
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First, you want an attorney in the right area of practice. Look for an attorney that practices only in the area that you need representation for. In the medical world, if you have a brain injury, you wouldn’t go to a foot doctor, you’d go to a brain doctor. The legal world is the same. […]

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5 Tips to Use at Your Deposition.

By Steven Jensen
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December 9, 2021
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Be honest. You will be placed under oath. You are under the obligation to tell the truth just as if you were in front of a judge and jury in court. If you intentionally lie, you can get in trouble for perjury – lying under oath. Sometimes, the only truthful answer is “I don’t know.” […]

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