Matthew Kober honored by American Institute of Personal Injury Attorneys
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Matthew Kober honored by American Institute of Personal Injury Attorneys

PEARSON BUTLER Law is pleased to announce that personal injury and car accident attorney Matthew Kober has received the “10 Best” attorney client satisfaction award from the American Institute of Personal Injury Attorneys. “Matt has founded and successfully chaired the personal injury department at PEARSON BUTLER Law for a number of years,” explains Jeff Butler….

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Why do attorneys encourage their clients to see a chiropractor after a car accident?

It’s a common practice for car accident lawyers to refer their clients who are victims in a car accident to visit with a doctor of chiropractic medicine.  The question is why?  There are several reasons why attorneys refer their clients.  I will explain a few of these reasons. Why Visit a Chiropractor Car Accident Specialist?…

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Salt Lake City Personal Injury Attorney Matthew Kober Serves on Auto Accident Panel

Salt Lake City personal injury Attorney Matthew Kober was invited to serve on the Question & Answer Panel for Utah Whiplash Group.   This panel helps educate doctors and lawyer on the legal and medical intricacies related to Utah car accident personal injury representation.  Kober also presented “Changes in the Landscape to Personal Injury Litigation” last fall.  He was selected due to…

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Medical Malpractice Claims Seldom Result in Settlement

A recent article stated only 1 in 5 medical malpractice claims against physicians will result in a settlement, according to an extensive 20-year study by the New England Journal. Although doctors usually win the medical malpractice cases, annually 1 in 14 medical doctors have claims filed against them.  According to the study, most medical doctors and surgeons will have a lawsuit filed…

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Lowest Number of Utah Traffic Deaths in 36 Years

The Utah car accident attorneys at PEARSON, BUTLER, CARSON & COOK are happy to announce that Utah has seen the lowest number of traffic deaths in 36 years.  Utah’s Department of Transportation has reported that Utah had 235 traffic-related deaths in 2010, the lowest number auto accident fatalities since 1974.   UDOT reports a 17% drop since 2005 and 37% since 2000.  Additional good news…