Most Utahns are avid hikers and bikers, and therefore are avid buyers of personal health insurance. The idea of having health insurance frees the carefree spirit to wonder the majestic hills of this famous Valley and enjoy, in a very outdoor and risky fashion, the beauty that the state has to offer. It’s no surprise to the average resident or any of the prominent law firms in Salt Lake City Utah, that anyone that Utah ranks highest on destination vacations. The landscape in the state is unmatched and unparalleled to many parts of the U.S.
Unfortunately, for many, the beauty of the state encourages risky or strenuous endeavors. Sometimes these result in injuries. Recently, a middle-aged gentleman in Park City endured a physically debilitating incident when he fell while trekking through the hills of the city and suffered major injuries. Reports indicate that luckily he is currently improving. Even the most avid bikers and lawyers in Utah, know that a certain risk is involved with the athletic endeavor and unfortunately this was indeed one of those accidents. Reports indicate that a cause is not currently determined but that people are ecstatic to hear that of his now stable condition.
This story comes on after the tragic news of another biker’s death, a beloved Utah resident and also a well-known judge. It’s unfortunate that such a viable mode of exercise and transportation carries with it such risks, however. And any lawyer in Utah notes that the steps one takes to ensure protection should not be undermined or recanted in any form upon injury. It’s important to speak with an attorney if issues surrounding personal incidents arise. Not only can an attorney at Shumway Van and Hansen, speak with you during a free consultation at your convenience but they can also give you the peace of mind in knowing that your prior arrangements with you insurance company should ensure your recovery in the event of a personal injury. If you have questions regarding a similar incident contact 801.478.8080 to speak with a lawyer Utah residents can trust.