Utah Accident and Injury Laws
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Getting injured is never a pleasant experience, whether it's a bruised elbow or a compound fracture, but getting injured because of another party's negligence (or even intentional act) adds insult to injury. Fortunately, the law is on your side. Welcome to FindLaw's section on Utah's accident and injury laws, covering a wide variety of laws and regulations protecting consumers, employees, motorists, and others who have been injured through no fault of their own. This section includes articles on how to report a claim after a car accident, laws that regulate how asbestos is handled and disposed, how pain and suffering damages are calculated, and much more.
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