Utah Personal Injury and Accident Law

Frequently Asked Questions

Does a Utah Personal Injury Attorney help me get my car repaired or get the replacement value covered by the other driver’s insurance?

Attorneys in injury and accident claims in Utah are compensated on a contingency basis, and property damage claims do not make an attorney or law firm any money. At Fillmore Spencer, our team assists our clients with BOTH their property damage claims and their injury claims, because we know that getting your car repaired or replaced can be difficult and we are experts at it. Many law firms will only take on a client’s injury claim, leaving them to handle their property damage claim on their own.

What is Utah’s modified comparative fault rule?

Utah follows a modified comparative fault rule in personal injury cases. Under this rule, a plaintiff’s damages are reduced in proportion to their percentage of fault for the accident, but only if the plaintiff is found to be less than 50% at fault. If the plaintiff is found to be

What are the motorcycle collision laws in Utah?

In Utah, motorcycle collision laws cover the legal rights and responsibilities of motorcyclists and other drivers involved in motorcycle accidents. Here are some key motorcycle collision laws in Utah: If you have been injured in a motorcycle accident in Utah, it’s important to consult with a personal injury attorney who

What is premises liability law in Utah?

Premises liability is an area of law that holds property owners and occupiers responsible for injuries that occur on their property due to unsafe or hazardous conditions. In Utah, premises liability law generally requires property owners and occupiers to maintain their premises in a reasonably safe condition for visitors and

How long does a premises liability lawsuit take in Utah?

The length of time it takes to settle a premises liability lawsuit in Utah can vary widely and depends on a variety of factors, including the complexity of the case, the extent of the injuries sustained, and the willingness of the parties to reach a settlement. Some premises liability cases

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