when is a left-hand turner liable under utah law?

when is a left-hand turner liable under utah law?

Under Utah law, left-hand turners are prohibited from turning left if the vehicle approaching from the opposite direction is close enough to constitute an immediate hazard. In other words, the left-hand turner is usually liable if he or she turns when a vehicle...
CAN THE OWNER OF A VEHICLE BE HELD LIABLE?

CAN THE OWNER OF A VEHICLE BE HELD LIABLE?

In Utah, the general rule is that the owner of a vehicle is not liable for the driver’s negligence. There are a number of exceptions though, including the two outlined below, among others. First, under Utah law, the owner of a vehicle may be held liable for the...