Utah Car Accident Attorneys
If you or a loved one has been seriously injured in a car accident, you need to contact an experienced Utah car accident attorney from Swenson & Shelley right away. With over 200 million licensed drivers in the United States, it’s no wonder that there are over 6 million reported vehicle accidents each year. Sadly, many of these accidents result in severe injuries or death. For victims of these unfortunate accidents, there is often a long road to recovery after the crash. Physical and emotional wounds can stay with victims for years after their accident. While this can be an incredibly difficult time, there are attorneys like Swenson and Shelley who are waiting to help these victims get the justice and compensation they deserve.
You are probably here because you were involved in a car accident. We want to express how sorry we are that this has happened to you. Car accidents can be traumatic and cause a lot of grief for yourself and your family. Your health may be compromised, your finances are probably strained, and your normal daily life is probably different. Our experienced car accident attorneys in Utah understand just how much this can affect you and we want to work hard to defend your right to full and fair compensation. After reading about your car accident case, please do not hesitate to give our office a call to set up a free initial consultation to go over the details of your case. Here are some of the most important aspects that you should be aware of.
Avoiding Case-Ruining Mistakes
Insurance companies are not all that helpful after your car accident. They have a very important goal to stick by; keeping their costs down. They can’t do that and give you the compensation you deserve, so they have ways to try to lower their responsibility of compensation to you. Shortly after the accident, it is almost guaranteed that they will reach out to you and ask for a recorded statement. If you allow them to ask you questions, you will be making a huge mistake. The questions they ask will be twisted in a way that forces you to answer unfavorably and it could give them a reason to reduce or eliminate your claim. If they get the opportunity, they will pin blame on you. If you are 50% or more at fault, you will be banned from receiving compensation.