The loss of a family member is always a grievous tragedy, but the experience can be particularly devastating if your loved one died due to the negligent or malicious actions of another person. Pursuant to Utah Code section 78B-3-106, if your family member died due to the wrongful act or negligence of another person, you can pursue damages by filing a wrongful death lawsuit.
Big gifts and even bigger feasts – Christmas comes with its fair share of larger-than-live traditions. Millions of Americans use the holiday break to visit family, and according to the Department of Transportation, 91 percent of seasonal travellers make the trek in their personal vehicles.
It is common to feel anxious when your loved one enters a nursing home. You want to ensure your elderly relative receives reliable care in a comfortable, safe environment. Unfortunately, nursing home abuse, neglect and exploitation have become deplorably common in the United States.
It’s easy to panic after a car accident with an uninsured driver. The thought of forking over thousands of dollars for medical bills, lost income and property damage is enough to make your head spin – especially if the other driver caused the crash.
Bicycles offer a fun, cost-effective and environmentally friendly way to commute, unencumbered by the rising cost of gas or the hassle of rush-hour traffic. Unfortunately, riding a bike comes with inherent risks.
Motorcycle accidents happen far more often than many people assume. In 2013, 4,668 bikers died and 88,000 suffered injuries in traffic accidents, according to the Insurance Information Institute. Although this is a tragic statistic, it does not convey the hardship faced by the victims’ families.