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Motorcycle Accidents

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Published on November 8, 2022 by Russ Hymas
Topics: Bicycle Accidents, Bus Accidents, Car Accidents, Motorcycle Accidents, Pedestrian Accidents, Slip & Fall, Train Accidents, Truck Accidents

If you or a loved one were recently injured in an accident, you might feel overwhelmed and unsure of what to do next. The good news is that Christensen and Hymas at Good Guys Injury Law can help you with every step. Good Guys Injury Law is confident in its ability to help you. They…

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Utah Motorcycle Laws: Helmets, Turn Signals, and More

Published on March 30, 2017 • Last updated July 26, 2022 by Russ Hymas
Topics: Being Safe in Utah (General Safety), Motorcycle Accidents

Riding a motorcycle is a fun and exciting way to travel anywhere, especially in a scenic state like Utah. However, it is also one of the more risky forms of transportation. Because of this, there are many specific laws governing motorcycles. If you currently ride a motorcycle, or are thinking about starting, it is important to be familiar…

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Parker Eads Receives Full Policy Settlement From State of Utah

Published on April 3, 2014 • Last updated July 28, 2022 by Ken Christensen
Topics: Motorcycle Accidents

Parker Eads Profile

Almost every day, when Parker Eads wakes up, he puts on his prosthetic leg and thinks about how far he has come since September 19, 2011.   The Accident Parker, 22 years-old, had recently returned from serving a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and had just started…

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7 Motorcycle Safety Tips

Published on February 28, 2013 • Last updated July 28, 2022 by Ken Christensen
Topics: Motorcycle Accidents

The mentality in which you embark on a motorcycle journey can make the difference between whether you’re a highway star or on a highway to Hell.  As a motorcyclist, your advanced control over your vehicle should be matched by your commitment to your own safety, as the drivers around you are not likely to know…

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6 Most Common Causes of Motorcycle Accidents in Utah

Published on January 31, 2013 • Last updated July 28, 2022 by Ken Christensen
Topics: Motorcycle Accidents

Somewhere on a desert highway She rides a Harley-Davidson Her long blonde hair Flyin’ in the wind She’s been runnin’ half her life The chrome and steel she rides Collidin’ with The very air she breathes… Unknown legends like the woman in the Neil Young song could hardly hope for a better place to ride…

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Staying Safe on a Motorcycle

Published on December 18, 2012 • Last updated July 28, 2022 by Ken Christensen
Topics: Motorcycle Accidents

The National Highway and Traffic Safety Administration, in a recent report, shared a very startling fact. According to the NHTSA, motorcycle fatalities have “more than doubled during the past 10 years.” This bit of information may come as a shock to many Americans because for the most part transportation has gotten safer in recent years.…

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Don’t Be Haunted by a Motorcycle Accident

Published on November 4, 2012 • Last updated July 28, 2022 by Ken Christensen
Topics: Motorcycle Accidents

T.E. Lawrence, the man who lives on in history simply as “Lawrence of Arabia,” is renowned as an archaeologist-turned-liaison-turned-author.  The account he kept of his life as a soldier fighting to overturn the Ottoman Empire, Seven Pillars of Wisdom, remains one of the best-loved works of literature in Western culture. One story about T.E. Lawrence…

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Motorcyle Accident in West Valley Turns Fatal

Published on July 10, 2008 • Last updated July 28, 2022 by Ken Christensen
Topics: Being Safe in Utah (General Safety), Current Events, Fatal Accidents, Motorcycle Accidents

According to KSL News, 24-year-old Alex Soderborg was killed in a motorcycle accident. Soderborg was traveling near 4100 South and 4000 West in West Valley City when a car did not see him and struck Soderborg, throwing him about 10 feet. He was wearing a helmet but unfortunately suffered severe head injuries and died at…

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