Personal Injury

Personal Injury - Ogden AttorneyPersonal Injury Attorney in Ogden, Utah

When you have been in an accident that requires legal representation, you need an experienced Personal Injury Attorney in Ogden, Utah who know how the courts and the criminal justice system operate to make sure your interests and rights are protected. Let the personal injury lawyers at Our law offices represent your case.

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  • Do I need an attorney to settle my case? 
    No, but those who are represented by an attorney tend to get higher settlements than those who don’t. I recently took a case that was on the last day it had to be filed, every other attorney had dumped the case, I had her pay the filing fee and filed it for her. Prior to my taking the case she had been offered $9,000 and told to go away, two months after filing we settled the case for $33,000, it’s a simple matter of they respect attorneys more. 

  • How long will my case take and what affects its process?
    It depends on when you reach maximum medical benefit, once you are as healthy post injury as you are going to get, then we send in a demand package, it could be in 6 months or it could be 3 years. There is no set time for your case to settle. Each case is unique and has its own set of circumstances. For example, your case can be affected by the following:
    • the nature of your injuries
    • the length of your treatment—you must be released from a doctor’s care
    • the response time of your physician to medical requests 
    • your communication with your lawyer 
    • whether or not your case can be settled or has to go to court
  • How do I find a qualified personal injury attorney? 
    Look in the phone book, many smaller firms will take your case and do a better job than a huge firm with lots of advertising, just because they are handling fewer cases and have more time to put personal attention into the case.

  • How important is a lawyer’s experience? 
    The longer you’ve been practicing in a particular area of the law, the more knowledgeable you can become. Our Utah personal injury attorneys have settled thousands of injury claims, and we believe that experience definitely played a role in the outcome of these cases. Our attorneys are trained in personal injury law and that is all we’ve practiced in the last 30 years. 

  • What can I expect from Ogden Bankruptcy Lawyers?
    Even though every case is different you can expect us to:
    • conduct an initial interview with you to answer your questions and educate you on personal injury claims
    • gather documentary evidence for your claim including police reports, medical records, and bills 
    • review your insurance policy to better understand your current coverage and what coverage you may need in the future
    • interview known witnesses for your accident claim
    • collect other evidence, such as photographs of the accident scene 
    • talk to your physicians to obtain their written reports on your medical condition
    • review your health insurance policy or welfare benefit plan 
    • investigate the validity of any liens on your case from doctors, your employer, or the insurance company
    • contact the insurance company to put them on notice of the claim 
    • prepare witnesses and healthcare providers for settlement, depositions, and/or trial
    • organize the preparation of medical and demonstrative exhibits for trial 
    • file briefs and motions with the court to eliminate surprises at trial 
    • take the case to trial if there is no settlement (98% of our cases are settled without going to trial)
    • review the jury’s verdict to determine if either side has grounds to appeal the case 
  • Are there any issues that can negatively affect my case? 

    • Clients sometimes ask their attorney to refer them to a doctor. Your attorney will handle the legal aspects of your claim, and your treating physician(s) should handle your treatment and referrals to other physicians. We do not refer clients to specific doctors.
    • Do not hide past accidents from your attorney. The reality is that the other side may already know if you have been in prior accidents. All insurance companies subscribe to insurance databases and often the only reason they ask you about prior accidents is to test your credibility. Be honest. 
    • Do not hide past injuries. If you have seen a doctor in the past, there is a record in existence that the insurance company will find. If you lie about it, your case could be over.
    • Not having accurate tax returns. Most of the time, a claimant will have lost income. You will only be able to claim lost income if your past tax returns are in order. 
    • Misrepresenting your injuries. Insurance companies routinely hire private investigators to conduct surveillance. If you claim that you cannot run, climb, or lift, and you get caught on videotape, your claim may be over. It is difficult to dispute evidence caught on video.
  • What types of cases does Ogden Bankruptcy Lawyers handle? 
    Whenever you’ve been hurt by another person’s negligence, you can contact our Utah injury lawyers for help. Along with auto accident and wrongful death claims, we handle boat accident, defective medical device, defective product, dog bite injury, drug injury, drunk driving accident, environmental injury, fire and burn injury, head/spinal cord injury, motorcycle accident, nursing home abuse, truck accident, and workers’ compensation claims.

  • Can I sue in small claims court?
    If you are unable to agree with the insurance company or other driver regarding property damage and you do not have collision coverage, you can sue in small claims court. Small claims courts are designed to handle cases where the amount of the dispute is $10,000 or less. If you were injured in the accident, you will have to make a claim for both your injuries and the damages to your car, and if you file in small claims court on the property damage claim, you may later be prevented from pursuing your claim for personal injuries in a separate lawsuit. Click here to find out how to file in small claims court.