Matt Storey, Attorney At Law, wants to make sure that you receive every benefit possible as we work through your case. Here are a few examples of benefits that you could be receiving:
1. A rental vehicle while yours is being repaired.
2. Payment for your damaged vehicle.
3. Reimbursement for lost wages.
4. Household expenses; if you had to have help with your housework.
5. Payment for medical bills.
6. Payment for pain and suffering.
There are many factors and circumstances that affect whether you have a case including some you may not have thought of. There are time limits that affect your claim that can vary depending on the type of case you have.
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A personal injury case seeks to provide financial stability to those who have been injured in an accident caused by another party. Some of the more common types of personal injury cases have to do with traffic accidents, dog bites, accidents in the workplace, accidents at home, accidents at businesses, product defect related accidents, and medical/dental accidents.
This can depend on such factors as your medical expenses, lost wages, the type of injury, whether you have permanent injuries, and the circumstances of the accident or incident itself. We will discuss specifically with you the details personal to your case and their effect on the value of your case.
Survivors of a Logan landslide collect 1.25 million for wrongful death of a mother and her two children. A successful result was reached in the case involving landslide victims at the "Island" residential community in Logan. A mother and her two children lost their lives in this tragedy occurring in July 2009.
A woman was struck while turning onto an I-15 on-ramp in Salt Lake City and sustained neck and head injuries requiring significant treatment including neck surgery. The plaintiff recovered $255,000.
A man was struck in a crosswalk in West Valley City on his bike. Liability was denied when the defendant claimed he had a green arrow. The plaintiff sustained chest, rib, and back injuries. After accident investigation and litigation the plaintiff recovered $215,000.
A man injured in a rear end car accident recovered $100,000 for a neck and shoulder injury. He sustained a seat belt injury to his rotator cuff that required surgery.