ABC4 news reported that Jeremy Bryant, a 16-year-old from Salt Lake City, died Saturday in an ATV jump gone wrong. Jeremy was riding in the Little Sahara Desert on one of the many sand dunes. He attempted to make a 20 foot jump when it went wrong; he came down on his head, snapping his neck. His close friends were there. They attempted to clear his breathing by digging out the blood out of his helmet; they watched him take his last breath.
This harrowing tragedy of the death of a young, healthy boy is a good reminder of how fragile life can be. The Christensen Law Firm sends their deepest condolences to the Bryant family.
Due to mild spring weather, there has been an influx of recreation not only at the Little Sahara but all over the state. As is good for any activity, brushing up on safety tips can be life saving.
The Christensen Law Firm specializes in spinal injuries and always has a Utah spinal cord injury lawyer ready to help those who have been injured. You may be surprised to know that your own insurance agency may not reward you with the monetary compensation you fully deserve. A spinal cord attorney can help with this quandary.
For instance, an insurance company may only offer to provide for the immediate medical bills and costs associated with the accident. A spinal cord injury lawyer would seek compensation for life, not just the immediate costs. These costs include future medical check-ups, lost wages, mental stress and trauma, etc. Having to deal with a spinal injury often involves life-long medical attention, not merely a onetime band-aid.
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