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Posted August 4, 2022
ATTENTION STUDENT DRIVERS! We Win Injury Lawyers would like to sponsor or give a scholarship to one student per month in the amount of $250.00 to go towards a Drivers Education class and/or a tank of gas for when they get their license! How to Enter To enter, send your name, email address, and...
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How Do I Know If A Lawyer Is Right For Me?

Posted February 1, 2022
One of the comments I get from client’s often are that they want to make sure that our firm is the right fit for them. While I have the same concern, and there are some clients who are difficult, for the most part there are ways to determine if the attorney and their firm...
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Understanding Utah’s Restrictive Medical Malpractice Laws

Posted January 19, 2022
It would surprise most people to learn that the third leading cause of death in the United States is medical error. Most people don’t know this because medical error is not listed on death certificates, but according to a John Hopkins study, your chance of dying in the United States due to medical malpractice...
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What is my case worth?

Posted December 15, 2021
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...
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A Survivor’s Guide to a Civil Lawsuit in Utah (Part 2)

Posted November 12, 2021
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...
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A Survivor’s Guide to a Civil Lawsuit in Utah (Part 1)

Posted November 5, 2021
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...
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