Provo Personal Injury Attorney Offers Free Accident Book

If you’ve been involved in a Provo, Utah, auto accident, remember that insurance companies have one goal: to keep their money. Personal injury attorney Ron Kramer has seen far to many people fall victim to the tricks of those big insurance companies. To combat this trend, he authored a book called The Utah Accident Book that teaches the 13 mistakes that can kill your accident case. Ron is offering the book, free of charge, to all those who call to request it.

The Utah Accident Book contains valuable information for anyone who has been involved in a Provo auto accident, even those who don’t need an attorney. Ron includes a chapter that will help you decide whether or not you will need to get a lawyer involved. He also includes a chapter that will help you negotiate higher value for the property damage on your vehicle.

Ron has been practicing personal injury law since he graduated from law school and has seen all the tricks and tactics used by insurance companies. This book will help obtain the settlement you deserve.

Ron Kramer is a Utah personal injury and accident lawyer practicing throughout the state. Call the Kramer Law Group today at 801-666-3959 for a free consultation if you are in need of a Utah car accident attorney.

Weber County Accident Leaves Two Drivers in Serious Condition

A cement truck collided with a passenger car on March 3, 2010, in Weber County, Utah, leaving Robert Davis, the driver of the cement truck, and Klint Peterson of West Haven in serious to critical condition. According to KSL News, the Utah accident happened at the intersection of 1200 South and 3500 West in unincorporated Weber County. Details are sketchy, but early reports suggest that the passenger car may have not yielded at a stop sign or simply gone through it without seeing the cement truck. The speed limit for the cement truck was reported to have been 55 miles per hour. Peterson was flown by helicopter to the University Hospital in Salt Lake City.

I extend my best wishes to both of these men, especially Klint Peterson, who is reported to be in critical condition at this time.

In a contest between a cement truck and a passenger car or truck, the passenger vehicle will often be the losing vehicle. However, the cement truck driver could also sustain a serious injury since there is little to no “crush” that occurs when the truck is hit. That appears to have been the case in this accident.

I would recommend that the innocent victim of this truck-car accident contact an experienced Utah accident attorney to discuss the remedies that may be available to them.

Ron Kramer is a Utah personal injury and accident lawyer practicing throughout the state. Call the Kramer Law Group today at 801-666-3959 for a free consultation if you are in need of a Utah truck accident attorney.

Lindon Motorcycle Accident Leaves Man in Critical Condition

An SUV and motorcycle collision in Lindon, Utah seriously injured one person on Tuesday, March 2, 2010. According to the Salt Lake Tribune, this Utah motorcycle accident happened around 12:10 a.m., near 700 North and State Street in Lindon, Utah.

According to Lindon police, the driver of the SUV, a 19-year-old Pleasant Grove woman, made a left turn into the path of the 29-year-old motorcyclist from Provo, Utah. The accident left the motorcycle driver in serious condition. The SUV driver allegedly told police that she took a quick look at her watch before she made the left turn onto 700 North. She didn’t notice the motorcyclist coming from the south side of the street. The driver of the motorcycle was able to lay down his motorcycle, but still clipped the front fender of the SUV. The biker was not wearing a helmet at the time of the crash and officials are not sure how fast he was going.

Emergency personnel responded and transported the motorcycle driver by helicopter, to Utah Valley Medical Center. He suffered serious chest and leg injuries. At the time of this report, no citations had been given.

I wish the man the very best as he recovers.

Unless the biker was found to be going an excessively high speed, the driver of the SUV will probably be found to be at-fault for this accident. She has a obligation to yield when making a left turn. The driver of the motorcycle will have a claim against the at-fault parties insurance. If the woman was actually texting as she made her turn, things will be much worse for her under Utah’s new texting statute which imposes minimum criminal penalties for those that injure another while they text and drive. Further, the woman is exposed to punitive damages for her role in causing this crash to occur.

Ron Kramer is a Utah personal injury and accident lawyer practicing throughout the state. Call the Kramer Law Group today at 801-666-3959 for a free consultation if you are in need of a Utah motorcycle accident attorney.