Have You Been Injured or Wronged?
Figuring out what to do after an accident, injury, or other legal problem can feel overwhelming. How can you know whether you have enough to pursue a lawsuit?
We can help…
In law, injury is a broad term which refers to almost any type of damage: physical, emotional, financial, or a combination of these factors.
A personal injury case can involve an actual injury, such as a broken bone, or another type of damage, such as emotional pain and suffering.
THE TYPE AND AMOUNT OF COMPENSATION
YOU CAN COLLECT WILL DEPEND ON
The Type of Injury
Who is at Fault
The Cause of the Injury
Where the Injury Occurred
The personal injury attorneys at Flickinger Sutterfield & Boulton handle cases involving a wide range of injuries.
We have a team of attorneys at our Utah-based law firm who can help guide you.
PROFESSIONAL, HONEST, AND EFFICIENT
“Flickinger Sutterfield and Boulton are an excellent group of lawyers. They worked together to help me with my case. All their staff is professional, honest, and efficient… Because of them, I was able to receive all the medical care and money that I deserve for the injured that I suffered.”
Did Someone in Your Life Wrong You?
Unfortunately, a common issue many individuals face is professional malpractice. When a professional does not provide proper care or the required services, you can build a case for malpractice. We can sue:
If you or someone you love was abused, you need strong legal representation to collect the compensation you deserve for your pain and suffering. We can help with a variety of abuse cases, including
About Our Law Firm
PERSONAL INJURY ATTORNEY
At Flickinger Sutterfield & Boulton, we strive to establish a personal relationship with each client. Personal injury attorney Bruce Franson works to meet your individual needs so that you rebuild your life following an injury. Contact us to learn how we can help you.
Were You Injured Physically?
A physical injury can dramatically alter the course of your life.
Medical bills, lost wages, and decreased working potential are all common effects of a serious injury, not to mention the pain and suffering.
If you are injured due to the actions of another individual or an organization, collecting compensation can make a massive difference on your quality of life.
Our team can help you build a case against those responsible for your injury.
Common types of injuries we see include:
WE ARE HERE TO HELP
Our team can investigate your case and help determine the best course of action for you.
How Were You Injured?
A devastating, life-changing injury can occur in a variety of ways. The cause of your injury can play a large role in how you seek compensation.
Were You in Some
Kind of Accident?
We can help after a wide range
of accidents, including:
Did Something Else
Cause Your Injury?
Injuries can result from a
variety of causes, such as:
YOUR REFERRALS MATTER
“I’m so glad I was referred here by a previous client. The attorneys were great and professional. Made something I thought would be stressful as easy on me as possible… Thank you for all your help! I appreciate all the support I received from everyone.”
Where Did Your Injury Occur?
In some cases, the location your injury occurs can affect the type of compensation you can collect and from whom.
Did your injury occur:
Was Someone Besides You Affected?
If an injury affects others, rather than yourself, you may be able to pursue a case to collect compensation on their behalf.
We can help you build a case for:
We Are Here to Answer Your Questions
From left to right: Zeb Weeks, Mark Flickinger, Brett Boulton, Kevin Sutterfield, Bruce Franson
If you do not see your type of case here, we may still be able to help.
The attorneys at Flickinger Sutterfield & Boulton represent a wide range of personal injury cases.
Before you accept any insurance payment or settlement, contact our firm to learn more about your rights.
We are available online or by phone at one of our four Utah locations.
We have 4 locations in Utah
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