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Partner with the Best Car Accident Injury Lawyer Utah Has Available

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In 2020, Utah’s roads saw 52,205 accidents and, out of those accidents, nearly 16,000 people were injured and hundreds of people lost their lives. The majority of these accidents took place during Utah’s 100 Deadliest Days. If these statistics are to be believed, car accidents are anything but uncommon. Car crashes often come with an overwhelming amount of medical bills and insurance claims. And, datum from 2019 compiled by the National Safety Council shows us just how costly car crashes can be: the total cost of car accidents nationwide was over $4.5 billion

If you were injured during a car accident, you should seek medical attention as soon as possible. Depending on the injury, it may take a few days for the pain to show up. However, if the pain does eventually appear, you need to go see a doctor as soon as possible. Imaging, such as x-rays or MRIs, can be invaluable when you’re attempting to prove damages in a personal injury claim. If the injury has resulted in an inability to work, you will also need to collect pay stubs and medical records to prove a loss of income due to injury. After you’ve consulted a doctor, you might want to consult a personal injury attorney as well.

Many people do not want to deal with the hassle of hiring a personal injury attorney. However, an attorney can offer you invaluable expertise. Since Utah is a modified comparative fault state, two parties can share fault. Under Utah’s laws, a party cannot sue if they are 50% or more at fault. Calculating fault can be a very tricky thing, an experienced and knowledgeable personal injury attorney can help estimate your fault and tell you whether or not you should file a claim.

It’s very easy to collect medical bills and statements to prove that you have damages resulting from an accident. However, personal injury lawsuits also cover a person’s pain and suffering, and their emotional distress. Calculating subjective experiences such as emotional distress, or pain and suffering, can be complicated and nuanced. If pain and suffering are part of your claim, an attorney may be able to assist you in calculating the damage.

Utah is a no-fault state; this means that your insurance will pay for your expenses regardless of who was at fault. In Utah, your insurance will pay for your medical expenses and property damages. However, if your coverage limits are low, you may need to file a personal injury claim in order to get the compensation you need to pay for medical expenses and make up for the loss of income.

Crash!

In 2020, Utah’s roads saw 52,205 accidents and, out of those accidents, nearly 16,000 people were injured and hundreds of people lost their lives. The majority of these accidents took place during Utah’s 100 Deadliest Days. If these statistics are to be believed, car accidents are anything but uncommon. Car crashes often come with an overwhelming amount of medical bills and insurance claims. And, datum from 2019 compiled by the National Safety Council shows us just how costly car crashes can be: the total cost of car accidents nationwide was over $4.5 billion

If you were injured during a car accident, you should seek medical attention as soon as possible. Depending on the injury, it may take a few days for the pain to show up. However, if pain does eventually appear, you need to go see a doctor as soon as possible. Imaging, such as x-rays or MRIs, can be invaluable when you’re attempting to prove damages in a personal injury claim. If the injury has resulted in an inability to work, you will also need to collect pay stubs and medical records to prove a loss of income due to injury. After you’ve consulted a doctor, you might want to consult a personal injury attorney as well.

Many people do not want to deal with the hassle of hiring a personal injury attorney. However, an attorney can offer you invaluable expertise. Since Utah is a modified comparative fault state, two parties can share fault. Under Utah’s laws, a party cannot sue if they are 50% or more at fault. Calculating fault can be a very tricky thing, an experienced and knowledgeable personal injury attorney can help estimate your fault and tell you whether or not you should file a claim.

It’s very easy to collect medical bills and statements to prove that you have damages resulting from an accident. However, personal injury lawsuits also cover a person’s pain and suffering, and their emotional distress. Calculating subjective experiences such as emotional distress, or pain and suffering, can be complicated and nuanced. If pain and suffering is part of your claim, an attorney may be able to assist you in calculating the damage.

Utah is a no fault state; this means that your insurance will pay for your expenses regardless of who was at fault. In Utah, your insurance will pay for your medical expenses and property damages. However, if your coverage limits are low, you may need to file a personal injury claim in order to get the compensation you need to pay for medical expenses and make up for loss of income.

Moxie Law Group’s Empathy, Integrity, Tenacity

A Call Away, and Ready to Help.

With over 50,000 car crashes in 2020, many people are finding themselves injured after a car crash in Utah. If you were injured in a car accident on Utah’s roads, Moxie Law Group is here for you. Our experienced personal injury attorneys understand the intricacies of Utah’s insurance and traffic laws. At Moxie Law Group, we’re dedicated to fighting for our clients with empathy, integrity, and tenacity. If you have been injured in a car crash, Moxie Law Group is just a phone call away.

 

Moxie Law Group’s Empathy, Integrity, Tenacity

A Call Away, and Ready to Help.

With over 50,000 car crashes in 2020, many people are finding themselves injured after a car crash in Utah. If you were injured in a car accident on Utah’s roads, Moxie Law Group is here for you. Our experienced personal injury attorneys understand the intricacies of Utah’s insurance and traffic laws. At Moxie Law Group, we’re dedicated to fighting for our clients with empathy, integrity, and tenacity. If you have been injured in a car crash, Moxie Law Group is just a phone call away.

 

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