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Utah's Auto Accident Lawyers

Auto Accidents Can Have Devastating Consequences

If you or a loved one was injured on the road, you likely feel overwhelmed at the prospect of dealing with the aftermath. We can help!

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Common Auto Accidents

Car Accidents

Due to the high number of cars on the road, these types of accidents happen frequently. The aftermath of a car accident is often expensive. Our attorneys can help you pursue damages from either a negligent or drunk driver, or your insurance company.

Truck Accidents

The massive size and weight of semi trucks means there is a much greater risk of life-changing or fatal injuries. Our attorneys can help you navigate the complex causes and liability issues associated with truck accidents to ensure you receive what you deserve.

Motorcycle Accidents

An accident on a motorcycle can result in catastrophic, life-altering injuries for motorcyclists. Since PIP is not available for recreational vehicles, legal claims are often the only source of compensation for motorcyclists injured in an accident.


Even When You're Unsure If You Have Sustained Injuries

Stay on the Scene

Even if the accident is minor, you should stop and move vehicles out of traffic. DO NOT LEAVE THE SCENE until you speak with others involved.

Get Help

If you suspect someone is injured, call an ambulance. You should also call the police, even for a minor accident.

Exchange Information

Gather CONTACT AND INSURANCE INFO from the other individuals involved in the accident. If possible, get the contact info for eyewitnesses, as well.

Take Photos

If it is safe to do so, TAKE PICTURES OF ALL VEHICLES INVOLVED and the accident scene. These photos can be used as evidence later.

Avoid Admitting Fault

While you should be polite, DO NOT APOLOGIZE or tell anyone it was your fault, even if you think it was. A casual apology can be seen as an admission of guilt.

Contact an Attorney

DO NOT SIGN ANYTHING without discussing your case with an attorney first. Our team can protect your rights and ensure you receive a fair settlement.

Six Important Steps to Take After a Car Accident

Several factors can affect what kind of compensation you can receive and from whom, including:

What type of vehicles were involved

The cause of the accident

The type and severity of the accident

Whether you were driving

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What Type of Vehicles WERE INVOLVED?

Accidents involving different types of vehicles are handled differently. For example, an accident involving a UTA bus may be much more complex than a single-car accident.

At Flickinger • Boulton • Robson • Weeks, we can help with any type of motor vehicle accident, including:


Bicycle Accidents


Motorcycle Accidents


Boating Accidents

RV or Camper

Recreational Vehicle Accidents


Bus and Mass Transit Accidents


Pedestrian Accidents


Automobile Accidents


ATV or UTV Rollovers

Commercial Vehicle

Commercial Vehicle Accidents

Semi Truck

Semi Truck and Trailer Accidents


“When there has been a serious auto accident and all you can do is concentrate on getting your critically injured family member well again, you need someone who will have your back. That someone is Mark Flickinger. He is qualified, capable, confident and will fight for your best interests. His staff are supreme and articulate. Together they made our lives good again and will always be our heroes.”
– Karen S.

What Kind of Accident Were You In?

We handle a range of accident types at our firm, from simple rear end collisions to serious hit-and-run accidents. Our team of personal injury attorneys know how to navigate the complexities of different types of auto accidents to ensure you are well-protected.

Some of the types of motor vehicle accidents we represent include:

What Was The Cause Your Accident?

Determining the cause of your accident can help build a strong case for compensation. For example, if your accident was caused by a defective part on your vehicle or another similar issue, you may have a case against the manufacturer or another entity.

Some causes of auto accidents we see regularly include:


“Brett Boulton handled my son’s auto accident claim. The insurance company played hardball and we had to file a lawsuit before the case settled, but Brett and his staff were responsive and professional throughout. We were very happy with Brett’s handling of the claim and with the end result.”
– Jenny H.

Who Was Driving?

Passengers in a vehicle often sustain serious injuries in an auto accident. However, figuring out how to receive proper coverage can be difficult as the passenger.

In many cases, the driver is a family member or friend. You may hesitate to file a claim because you do not want to offend or cause trouble.

If you were injured as the passenger of a vehicle, you do not have to sue the driver, though you may have the right. You can file a claim under their insurance or the insurance of another driver involved in the accident.

At Flickinger • Boulton • Robson • Weeks, we are dedicated to helping injured individuals receive the compensation they deserve. We can help you understand your rights and determine the right course of action for your unique situation.