Decreasing Pedestrian Accidents

Decreasing Pedestrian Accidents

The days are slowly growing longer, and the weather is steadily improving. Bicycles are coming out of the garage, spring sports leagues are beginning, and before long school will be out. What does this mean for Utah roads? More pedestrians, cyclists, and little kids...
Pedestrian Accidents

Pedestrian Accidents

Everyone is a pedestrian, almost every day. We walk the sidewalks, cross streets, wait for buses, and use our feet to get everywhere we need to go. Unfortunately, there are dangers to being a pedestrian. Walking or standing near roads means you are vulnerable to being...
How To Prove Fault in a Pedestrian Case

How To Prove Fault in a Pedestrian Case

In a car wreck involving a pedestrian, it’s almost always the driver who is at fault. But that is not always the case. There are a few things to consider. Was the driver speeding or running a red light? Did the pedestrian wander into traffic without looking? Were the...
Should I See A Doctor For A Concussion?

Should I See A Doctor For A Concussion?

Concussions are very common injuries, but this doesn’t mean they aren’t serious. Concussions can happen to anyone, in almost any circumstance, if they sustain a blow to the head. Concussions are common in sports, car accidents, and during physical activity, but they...
Common Causes For Personal Injury Claims

Common Causes For Personal Injury Claims

Flickinger Sutterfield & Boulton is proud to have more than 50 years of combined experience practice and has represented many people injured because of the negligence of another person or company. We’ve been able to secure settlement for clients injured in all...
Pedestrian Accident Law

Pedestrian Accident Law

Car accidents are a tough situation for all involved, particularly when it involves a pedestrian. Annually, about 5,000 pedestrians are killed and about 70,000 injured in automobile accidents in the US. This means that a pedestrian death occurred about every 70...