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Fatal Accidents

Beware! The Deadliest Days of Summer are Here

Published on May 28, 2015 • Last updated July 27, 2022 by Ken Christensen
Topics: Being Safe in Utah (General Safety), Car Accidents, Car Safety, Drunk Driving, Fatal Accidents

Days of Summer

Summer brings long sunny days, time at the pool, baseball games, enjoying barbecues, and more. But along with all of the fun times, we get a number of saddening statistics. Some of the most dangerous and deadly days to drive occur in the summer months. The time between Memorial Day and Labor Day have been…

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Warmer Weather Isn’t Safer for Pedestrians

Published on March 17, 2015 • Last updated July 27, 2022 by Ken Christensen
Topics: Drunk Driving, Fatal Accidents, Pedestrian Accidents

Historic Salt Lake Street

As the weather warms up it becomes a little more pleasant to spend time outside and shake off winter’s chill.  Many of us enjoy a nice stroll around town in the sunshine.  We can spend time walking through Salt Lake, enjoying the historic buildings and great shopping centers.  Or we can wander around a few of…

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Car Connoisseurs and Accidents

Published on September 6, 2013 • Last updated July 28, 2022 by Ken Christensen
Topics: Car Accidents, Fatal Accidents

Jeep Car

  Cars these days are cooking.   They are being suped up, and displayed on the I-15 menu for all sorts of eyes.   While most people won’t be purchasing the new Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT, which by the way- goes a cool speed of 60 mph in 5.1 seconds, it can’t hurt to give our eyes…

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5 Ways to Deal with Grief

Published on June 10, 2013 • Last updated July 28, 2022 by Ken Christensen
Topics: Fatal Accidents, Wrongful Death

C.S. Lewis raised the possibility that “there are far, far better things ahead than any we leave behind.” While this may sound overly optimistic, it can be true if you allow your actions to accord with your ultimate desires. Even after such a traumatic event as the death of a loved one, healing and progress…

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6 Risk Factors in Ladder-Related Injuries

Published on March 6, 2013 • Last updated July 28, 2022 by Ken Christensen
Topics: Fatal Accidents, Slip & Fall, Wrongful Death

For over 10,000 years, the ladder has been helping mankind attain to greater heights, both literally and figuratively.  Thanks to our runged servant, advanced construction, agriculture, and the retrieval of cats from trees have been made possible.  For the most part, they have served us well over the millennia.  However, although ladders are a safe…

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4 Common Premise Liability Scenarios

Published on March 5, 2013 • Last updated July 28, 2022 by Ken Christensen
Topics: Brain Injuries, Burn Injuries, Children & Accidents, Dog Bites & Attacks, Fatal Accidents, Pool Drowning Accidents, Slip & Fall, Wrongful Death

The 1989 comédie noire, The ’Burbs, sees Tom Hanks and Bruce Dern playing an idle vacationer and wired Vietnam veteran who are attempting to unravel the mystery of their creepy new neighbors, the Klopeks, both at the behest and in spite of the bumbling of a gauche fellow resident.  Together, the lunatic trio commences snooping around…

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4 Most Deadly Commercial Truck Crash Types for Passenger Car Commuters

Published on February 1, 2013 • Last updated July 28, 2022 by Ken Christensen
Topics: Being Safe in Utah (General Safety), Bus Accidents, Car Accidents, Car Safety, Fatal Accidents, Wrongful Death

A large commercial vehicle on the road is treated by most like the school bully:  it is viewed with dread, encountered reluctantly, and when an encounter is inevitable, many people prefer just to hold their breath, avoid eye contact, and sigh in relief when it’s over (even if the encounter in question consisted of nothing…

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Enforcement of Anti-Texting Laws

Published on January 16, 2013 • Last updated July 28, 2022 by Ken Christensen
Topics: Car Accidents, Fatal Accidents, Teen Driving, Texting & Driving

As texting has increased to become a ubiquitous activity, so has texting while driving. Fully 46 percent of users in an online poll admitted to texting while driving – and those are just the ones who ‘fessed up. Distracted driving – whether applying mascara, chatting on a cell phone, or increasingly, texting , caused 3,000…

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