Utah Personal Injury Attorneys

Whether the injuries from the accident were minor or severe and caused you just short-term pain, temporary impairment, or a permanent disability you are entitled to monetary compensation. You only have one chance to get the proper medical care and appropriate compensation. Do it the right way. Our attorneys will fight for your health, and just flat-out fight for you. You pay us nothing unless we are successful in getting you the compensation you deserve for the damages you have suffered.

 

Our attorneys will help you with every aspect of your case from start to finish. Let us deal with the insurance companies and secure the best compensation for you while you focus on your medical treatment, recovery, and getting your overall health back to where it was prior to the accident.

 

Contact us today for a free extensive consultation with an attorney. We promise you an honest analysis of your case. We can usually meet with you the same day that you call and will travel to you if necessary.

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To-Do List Following a Utah Automobile Accident

 

Call the police. It is never wise to trust the other driver if they ask you not to call the police and promises you to cover your damages. Always call the police to take a report.

 

Get the contact information (name, address, phone number) and insurance information (insurance company, policy number, name of insurance agent) of the other driver, or drivers if multiple vehicles involved.

 

If possible take photographs of the intersection and vehicles (both your vehicle and the other vehicles involved in the accident).

 

Immediately write down any names and phone numbers of people who were around you that may have witnessed the accident.

 

If the person that caused the accident tries to flee, immediately write down the license plate number information and a description of the vehicle.

 

If the person that caused the accident tries to flee, immediately write down the license plate number information and a description of the vehicle.

 

If you think you may have suffered an injury or are in pain, do not hesitate in going to the emergency room, urgent care facility, your family doctor, chiropractor, or physical therapist.

 

Get the medical treatment that you need. Delays in getting treatment can jeopardize your case.

 

Report the accident to your insurance company and the other driver’s insurance company. Write down the claim numbers that they give you.

 

Never give the insurance companies a recorded statement about the accident or your injuries without the assistance of lawyer.

 

 

Contact an attorney for legal advice.