How Does Being a No Fault State Impact Car Accident Claims in Utah?

Utah is one of only twelve states that has a “no-fault” auto insurance regulation. This means that if you get into a car accident in that state, regardless of which driver was at fault, policyholders may recover financial losses from their own insurance...

How Long Does a Car Accident Claim Take in Utah?

Car accidents are often complex. Especially when multiple cars are involved, injuries are very serious, or the fault is hard co place, the claims can take some time. Whether you are going through insurance or the court system, any option may mean a lengthy process...

Who is at Fault in a Bicycle Accident with a Car in Utah?

While cars have the protection of being heavier, having sturdy walls and windows, and having safety gear like seatbelts and airbags, cyclists often have no protection beyond a helmet. Because of this, you may expect that cars are always responsible for accidents when...

How Often do Car Accident Lawsuits go to Trial in Utah?

If you were in a car accident, you may be wondering how the case will be handled going forward. Whether you were injured or not, the case may be handled through insurance, at first. Since Utah is a “no-fault” state for car accidents, you may have to take...

What is the Statute of Limitations for Accident Lawsuits in Utah?

If you were injured in an accident, you can often take the responsible parties to court. However, you may only have a limited time to do so. These legal time limits are known as “statutes of limitation,” and are usually written into law in each state. In...
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