Why is abuse so prevalent at residential treatment facilities?

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Youth Treatment Center Abuse

When you entrust a family member or loved one to a residential treatment center, you want to know that they will be cared for properly. Unfortunately, such treatment centers do not have a great record – abuse is common, so common that the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) conducted a comprehensive study to determine why abuse was so prevalent. GAO … Read More

Why You Should Seek Medical Care in an Accident

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Utah car accident lawyer

The aftermath of an auto accident can be chaotic. You may be confused, wondering what had just happened, unsure of how you feel physically, and have a thousand other things going through your head. If you have been seriously injured or are in significant pain, it will seem obvious that you should seek medical care. But if you are not … Read More

Julie Mower: October 2020 Teacher of the Month

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Julie Mower

Julie teaches 2nd grade at Clinton Elementary, Clinton, Utah. She has been teaching for 8 years. Thank you, Julie! Constantly working to improve Julie is an amazing teacher who cares deeply about each of her students. She is creative and resourceful, tech savvy, and always willing to help her colleagues. Julie constantly works to improve her knowledge base and teaching … Read More

Nursing Home Laws in Utah: Everything You & Your Family Should Know

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Utah Nursing Home Abuse Attorney

The elderly have always been among the most vulnerable members of our society and we owe them the care and respect that they deserve. To fulfill our duty of care, sometimes we must take additional steps to hold nursing home staff and management accountable and ensure that our elders are being treated with care and respect. A nursing home is … Read More

Utah State Laws Overview: A Motorcycle Accident

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Motorcycle Accident Lawyer Utah

When you ride a motorcycle, you know that when it comes to accidents it’s not a matter of if but of when. Of course, if you are a careful rider you do everything in your power to avoid accidents. Unfortunately, you cannot control other drivers. If those around you on the road are not careful, they can cause an accident … Read More

Why You Need a Nursing Home Abuse Lawyer

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Nursing Home Lawyer Utah

When you entrust your elderly loved one to a nursing home, you naturally assume that the staff will take good care of them. Your loved one needs regular care. They are vulnerable. Unfortunately, some nursing homes take advantage of that vulnerability to neglect and/or abuse their residents.  It is the responsibility of nursing homes to provide shelter, clothing, safety, nourishment, … Read More

Semi-Truck Accident Case: A Legal Guide

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Semi Truck Negligence

If you have been involved in a truck accident, you know it is a tragic and unnecessary experience. Commercial trucks are much larger and heavier than passenger cars. Serious injuries and fatalities are common in truck accidents because of this vast difference in size and weight. If you have been unfortunate enough to be in a Utah semi-truck accident, chances … Read More

Utah Car Accident? Get Compensated

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Utah Car Accident Lawyer

If you live in Utah and have been in an accident, the first step is calling reliable accident attorneys based in Utah. It’s easy to get sidetracked by what’s going on, but staying focused is key. By the time the insurance company gives you the runaround trying to get you to settle, you’ll be happy you decided to retain an … Read More

Sabrina Horbeck: September 2020 Teacher of the Month

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Sabrina Hornbeck

Sabrina teaches 10th grade at Layton High School. Thank you, Sabrina! Caring attitude Sabrina is my sister, she is a teacher who truly cares for the well being of her students. She bends over backwards for them, to help each student achieve thier goals. On top of her caring attitude, she runs the food bank (pantry) at Layton high school, and … Read More