What is my case worth?
One of the most frequent questions we get here at We Win Injury Law from our clients is “what is my case worth?” This is a great question and weighs on most people’s minds as bills are adding up from their injuries. In the legal industry, attorneys refer to this as “case value.” While...read more
A Survivor’s Guide to a Civil Lawsuit in Utah (Part 2)
The decision to file a civil lawsuit for victims of sexual assault, rape, or is one that should not be made without considering as much as possible beforehand. For some, a civil suit can be time consuming, stressful, emotionally draining, and negatively affect healthy recovery. However, for others it can be an empowering experience...read more
A Survivor’s Guide to a Civil Lawsuit in Utah (Part 1)
Introduction In the last several decades, advocates in the anti-rape movement and their allies have worked together to name violence against children and adults as an overwhelmingly unacknowledged social problem. This issue was somewhat brought into the light following the Me-Too movement (or #MeToo) that stemmed from the 2017 sexual abuse allegations against Harvey...read more
Helpful Tips For Personal Injury Deposition Preparation
Clients who are involved in a personal injury lawsuit will almost always have their deposition taken at one point or another. We want our clients to feel confident when they are having to do this process. However, if our client has never been deposed, they can be apprehensive with the prospect of being in...read more
How Long Will My Personal Injury Case Take?
Timeline of an Accident Claim & Settlement There is no formula for exactly how long your personal injury case will take because of a number of factors unique to every case, but we can confidently say that there is no incentive in personal injury cases for your personal injury attorney to drag out the...read more
Why Doesn’t My Primary Care Physician Refer Me To A Chiropractor?
Introduction A question I am frequently asked by some of our clients is why didn’t the emergency room, the hospital, or their primary care physician recommend them to see a chiropractor for their back pain, neck pain, headaches, migraines, etc. While many times clients are referred to chiropractic, there are still some instances where...read more