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Posted On Feb, 14, 2020
By jardinelawoffices

Pedestrian accidents can be devastating for victims. A collision between a vehicle and a person often results in serious injuries for the pedestrian. In Salt Lake City, police are currently looking for a driver who struck a pedestrian and then fled the scene. The incident highlights the dangers that pedestrians face and the difficulties they … CONTINUE READING

Posted On Feb, 22, 2018
By jardinelawoffices

As an attempt to delay the introduction of stricter new drink driving laws in Utah did not get sufficient support amongst lawmakers, it looks likely that the blood-alcohol content limit will be reduced from 0.08 to 0.05 by the end of 2018. Rep. Karen Kwan, D-Murray, sponsored House Bill 345, which initially proposed delaying these … CONTINUE READING

Posted On Feb, 17, 2018
By jardinelawoffices

If you get into a motorcycle accident – or any other motor vehicle accident, for that matter – it would make sense to take all the time you need to recover 100{e5f0ef1a42106cc8b203833a9c3c2c30f408a85a022c8afb1558119fad706149} before returning to work. But unfortunately, it’s not what happens in the vast majority of cases. In reality, injured Americans are forced to … CONTINUE READING

Posted On Feb, 09, 2018
By jardinelawoffices

Fighting is just part of life, right? Ok, most of us really don’t like it, and it’s not much fun, but since you were fighting in the playground over who won a game of football, it’s been a standard way to solve disputes. Whether you call it a fight, a bar brawl, fisticuffs, or defending … CONTINUE READING

Posted On Feb, 02, 2018
By jardinelawoffices

A truck accident in Salt Lake City on January 22 had tragic consequences for a 46-year-old utility van driver after his vehicle collided with a semi-trailer. Shortly before 1 pm on Monday afternoon, the utility van driven by Richard Searcy rear-ended a semi-truck at 2100 S 900W, leading to the death of Mr. Searcy. According … CONTINUE READING