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Posted On Mar, 09, 2019
By jardinelawoffices

We have learned of a scary incident that happened at a construction site at Salt Lake City International Airport. A 50-year-old man who works for Big D and Holder Construction fell 40 feet down an elevator shaft last week. The man has died from his injuries. As of this writing, the cause of the accident … CONTINUE READING

Posted On Mar, 02, 2019
By jardinelawoffices

Snowmobiling in Salt Lake City and other areas of Utah is a popular activity for residents and visitors and Utah accommodates them by maintaining hundreds of miles of trails and other public areas designated for snowmobiling. While many enjoy snowmobiling, it is a dangerous activity and many people suffer injuries and sometimes death each year. … CONTINUE READING

Posted On Feb, 23, 2019
By jardinelawoffices

We have learned the police have arrested and charged Sotero Valerio Torres with the following: Leaving the scene of an accident involving death Obstructing justice Driving on a suspended license Not having insurance On January 22, Torres struck 72-year-old Tot Van Nguyen while he was crossing a Salt Lake street. After he struck Nguyen, Torres … CONTINUE READING

Posted On Feb, 16, 2019
By jardinelawoffices

We learned yesterday that a Utah doctor has filed a lawsuit against actress Gwyneth Paltrow and the Deer Valley Resort. He says that, back in February of 2016, Paltrow crashed into him while they were skiing causing him to sustain major injuries. He also claims that she did not stop to render aid, that he … CONTINUE READING

Posted On Feb, 09, 2019
By jardinelawoffices

Utah is a beautiful state with long roads that make you want to get on your bike and ride. Those who own motorcycles get it. Riding a wide open road on your motorcycle is like heaven on earth. People who ride know that whenever you get on your bike you’ve got to respect yourself, others, … CONTINUE READING

Posted On Feb, 02, 2019
By jardinelawoffices

There are a few things that remain safe to do. Walking was one of those safe activities, but not recently. Each year, in Utah, 30 pedestrians are hit and killed by a car. 785 who are not killed are hospitalized or treated by medical staff in an emergency department. Each year since 2012, pedestrian accidents … CONTINUE READING

Posted On Jan, 26, 2019
By jardinelawoffices

When it comes to living in an area with the least amount of accidents, Utah is heading toward having the least amount of accidents in the nation. There are other comparable states that have fewer accidents, but overall Utah is on the safer as 32 of 50 states. Salt Lake City is a bustling city … CONTINUE READING

Posted On Jan, 18, 2019
By jardinelawoffices

Let’s be 100 percent honest here: why would you need an attorney when injured in an accident involving Uber or Lyft in Salt Lake City, or elsewhere in Utah? After all, ridesharing companies have a duty to exercise care and can be held liable for any injuries and damages caused by their drivers… or at … CONTINUE READING

Posted On Jan, 12, 2019
By jardinelawoffices

The summer is the perfect time to get out your motorcycle and ride. Typically those rides happen on the weekends or evenings. When you head on your bike it feels like the freest thing in the world. The wind is in your face, you feel all the elements. The sun warms your back as ride … CONTINUE READING

Posted On Jan, 05, 2019
By jardinelawoffices

It’s definitely a good thing that nearly 40 million American children under 14 are still involved in some sort of organized sports activity (after all, they could be playing video games on their PCs and smartphones instead), but it’s definitely a bad thing that many of those kids sustain sports injuries. Fact: Each year, more … CONTINUE READING