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Fall is in the Air – Driver and Pedestrian Safety

It’s that time of year again, school is starting up which means more people on the road during rush hour. Whether you are walking, biking, or driving to your destination there a few things to remember to keep everyone safe. Drivers, obey the traffic laws, pay attention, and be defensive in driving. Pedestrians, be… Read More »

End of Summer Bustle - Avoid Roadside Emergencies

End of Summer Bustle – Avoid Roadside Emergencies

Since summer is winding down, some of us are thinking of ways to get out of dodge for one last hurrah. Before bustling along the freeway there are a few things to check to make sure you and your friends and family arrive alive. Taking a couple safety precautions before you put the rubber to the road… Read More »

We Can’t Multitask – Distracted Driving

Humans think that they can do anything. Multitasking is something that humans take pride in. Want to know something funny about that? Humans are horrible at multitasking. David L. Strayeris a cognitive neuroscientist at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City, UT. He studies how distracted driving affects people. He is an expert… Read More »

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Smart Phones are Killing Americans, but Nobody’s Counting

Over the past two years, more the 100 people died everyday in or near vehicles in America. Regulators still have no good idea why crash related deaths are spiking. From 2014 to 2016, Americans who owned an IPhone, Android, or something comparable rose from 75% to 81%. Five years ago that penetration figure was… Read More »

Distracted Driving: Men vs Women

Distracted Driving: Men vs Women

It is an eternal fight on which gender is better than the other at many things. Which gender is the better driver is hotly argued. Recently, there have been statistics released that help conclude which gender is better. Would you like to read the results? There are a few categories these statistics draw from:… Read More »

Tire Pressure Related Accidents

Tire Pressure Related Accidents

Have you ever thought that your tire pressure could cause an accident? You see tire shreds on the highway sometimes on the way home from work and you might think, “I wonder what happened to that tire?” and also, “Where is that car that that tire belonged to?” More often than not, those cars… Read More »

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Personal Injury We Practice

There are so many different types of personal injury that we do here at George Tait Law. Let’s explain the different areas that we practice! Here are the areas of personal injury that we cover: Car Accidents Car accidents vary from fatal to small fender benders. We look at any variation of a car… Read More »

Changing Seasons, Changing Driving Habits

Changing Seasons, Changing Driving Habits

There are so many things that impair you while you drive. For example: even though Daylight Savings started a month ago, drowsiness and poor visibility are two dangerous impairments to driving. I still am drowsy when I wake up in the morning since that fateful Daylight Savings day. Daylight Savings also ushers in spring… Read More »

Self-Driving Car Causes Deadly Accident

It is funny to look back at your second-grade drawings of what you thought the future would be like. You drew flying cars, hover boards, robots everywhere, and so many other futuristic ideas. Some of us might have even drawn self-driving cars. Well if there were a prize for guessing what the future would… Read More »

Drunk & Uninsured Driver Causes Crash – What Now?

On Thursday March 3, 2011 the Salt Lake Tribune reported a man was driving north on 550 West in Provo when he drifted into the south-bound lane crashing head-on with another vehicle. In total four vehicles were involved in the crash. Three women were seriously injured. The man was allegedly drunk. The man was… Read More »

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