Personal Injury Q & A: Dog Bite and Animal Attacks

Q: If a dog bites me, do I have to prove that the dog has a vicious nature in order to hold the owner liable for the injuries their dog caused me? A: No. Under Utah law, “[e]very person owning or keeping a dog is liable in damages for injury committed by the dog, and it is […]

Dog Bite & Animal Attack Personal Injury Lawyers

While dogs are often man’s best friend, they can also cause you or your family serious physical injuries, including permanent scarring and even death. Such injuries can be especially grave for small children. Under Utah law, if a dog has injured you or your family, the owner is liable for any corresponding injuries and damages. See Utah […]

Your Salt Lake City, Murray, Holladay, Cottonwood Heights, Sandy, and Draper Personal Injury & Insurance Lawyers

At Head Law, we serve all of Salt Lake County for personal injury and insurance denial cases, including: Personal Injury • Automobile, motorcycle, and trucking accidents;• Brain injuries;• Spinal cord injuries;• Dog bites and attacks;• Slip and fall;• Wrongful death;• Medical Malpractice;• Nursing home abuse;• Sexual abuse/rape;• Sports/Ski/Snowboard injuries;• Boating Accidents;• Aviation Accidents;• Bicycle Accidents;• […]

Have You Been Defrauded?—Fraud and Negligent Misrepresentation

There are many unscrupulous people or businesses that try to take advantage of and defraud hardworking, honest people. In fact, the FBI lists many common fraud schemes, including loan modification, debt elimination, and telemarketing fraud schemes. See; If you have been defrauded, you can obtain relief through the legal system. A couple of legal claims […]

Legal Malpractice

When you hire an attorney you entrust them to take care of serious legal issues for you or your family. Such legal issues can include problems related to your personal injuries, health, financial well-being, or family. If your attorney intentionally or carelessly handles your case, and it causes you harm, they may have committed legal […]

Negligence in Personal Injury and Car Accident Lawsuits

Negligence is a common claim in personal injury cases. “Negligence means that a person did not use reasonable care.” MUJI 2d CV202A. More specifically, negligence consists of four elements—namely: (1) Duty, (2) Breach, (3) Causation, and (4) Damages. See Scott v. Utah County, 2015 UT 64, ¶ 25, 20130257. In order to succeed on a claim […]