Take the First Steps

A serious accident or injury can leave your world spinning. Even if you believe you have a solid case for a lawsuit, it can be difficult to know how to get started.

We can help…

Steps to Take


Steps To Take After An Injury, Accident, Or Illness: Seek Medical Attention

Seek Medical Attention

Your first step if you have suffered an injury is to receive the medical care you need. Be sure to keep detailed records of any care provided and the costs associated with it.

Steps To Take After An Injury, Accident, Or Illness: Collect Evidence

Collect Evidence

Anything that can point to who caused the accidentcan be useful when you file a lawsuit. In addition, photographs and other evidence related to the damages caused can help.

Steps To Take After An Injury, Accident, Or Illness: Take Notes

Take Notes

Keep careful track of everything that happened to you after the incident, including medical bills and any lost work or wages.

Steps To Take After An Injury, Accident, Or Illness: Gather Witnesses

Gather Witnesses

It is a good idea to get the names and contact information for anyone who witnessed your accident or can provide evidence to support your claim.

Steps To Take After An Injury, Accident, Or Illness: Contact an Attorney

Contact an Attorney

As soon as you can, get in touch with our firm for a free case evaluation. We can help you with every stage of the process and ensure you are treated fairly.

Based on Your Case Evaluation,


Flickinger Sutterfield & Boulton Can Investigate Your Case

Investigate Your Case

After your free consultation, we can investigate your case further. Depending on the type of case, we may analyze the police report, examine the accident scene, or interview witnesses.

Flickinger Sutterfield & Boulton Can Work with the Insurance Company

Work with the Insurance Company

We can present our findings to the insurance company and negotiate with them on your behalf for a fair settlement. In most cases, their first offer is much less than you actually deserve.

Flickinger Sutterfield & Boulton Can File a Lawsuit If Necessary

File a Lawsuit If Necessary

If we cannot reach a fair settlement with the insurance company, we can take them to court and handle all aspects of the lawsuit. We can also sue other responsible parties to ensure you receive what you deserve.

How Do I Know If I Have a Case?

How Do I Know If I Have a Case?

Even if you were hurt very badly, you may not have a valid claim for a personal injury lawsuit.

There are three basic questions which can help assess the viability of your case:

  1. Did you suffer a personal injury?
  2. Was another person or entity’s negligence the direct cause of your injuries?
  3. Does your case have recoverable damages?

The best way to answer these questions is to schedule a free case evaluation with our team at Flickinger Boulton Robson Weeks.

Our attorneys can assess your case and determine whether you can collect compensation by filing a lawsuit.


Terms to Understand

Legal Terms to Understand: Personal Injury

Personal Injury

In legal terms, an injury covers almost any type of physical, emotional, or financial damage. While a lawsuit may help you pay for damages to your property, a personal injury lawsuit is only applicable if you have suffered injuries to your body or psyche.

Legal Terms to Understand: Negligence


When a person or entity fails to act with a reasonable level of care, this is referred to as negligence. If their negligent actions cause injury to someone else, they are legally responsible – or liable – for those injuries.

Legal Terms to Understand: Recoverable Damages

Recoverable Damages

As a legal term, “damages” refers to a sum of moneyawarded to an injured individual to compensate them for their losses. If the liable party has no assets, you won’t be able to recover damages from them and should likely not pursue a lawsuit.


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Preparing for Your Consultation


Your initial consultation at Flickinger Boulton Robson Weeks is an opportunity to learn more about your legal options

To help us better assess your claim, there is some information you can gather in advance.

Useful Information

It is a good idea to have the names and information of:

All individuals who were involved in the incident  All individuals who were involved in the incident

Useful Information: Any Witness  Any witnesses

Useful Information:The ambulance service if one was used  The ambulance service if one was used

Useful Information: The emergency room if you were admitted  The emergency room if you were admitted

Useful Information: All doctors who examined you  All doctors who examined you

Useful Information: Any chiropractors or physical therapists you visited  Any chiropractors or physical therapists you visited

Useful Information: Each insurance provider you spoke to  Each insurance provider you spoke to

You should also keep track of the dates you were admitted to the emergency room or hospital, as well as the dates you missed work due to your injury.

Helpful Documents

Any documents associated with your claim could help us investigate your claim. If possible, please bring:

Helpful Documents: All medical bills   All medical bills

Helpful Documents: Receipts of any purchases related to your injury   Receipts of any purchases related to your injury

Helpful Documents: Copies of any written statements   Copies of any written statements

Helpful Documents: The police report   The police report

Helpful Documents: Your car insurance policy if you were in an </strong data-lazy-src=

Helpful Documents: Your renters or homeowners’ policy   Your renters or homeowners’ policy

Helpful Documents: Disability or medical insurance policy   Disability or medical insurance policy

“If You Have Been Injured, What’s Most Important Is That You Know Your Rights…”

“The right time to hire a lawyer is immediately after that person’s been injured…One ounce of prevention early on in a case can really save a pound of headaches later on…”

Our initial consultations are free of charge and can help you figure out whether or not you have a case.

If You Were Injured or Wronged,


When an accident or injury occurs, you want to focus on healing and recovery. Often, you are instead faced with crippling medical expenses that prevent you from moving forward with your life.

If your injuries, whether physical or otherwise, were caused by the negligence of another person, you have rights and you do not have to go it alone.

Our attorneys at Flickinger Boulton Robson Weeks can help determine if you a case. Then we can walk you through the process of getting started. 

There are no upfront fees for hiring one of our attorneys and we accept most cases on a contingency basis.

Contact our office online or call our Provo location at (801) 500-4000 to learn more about your legal options today.

Contact Flickinger Boulton Robson Weeks

Provo, UT

3000 N University Ave #300
Provo, UT 84604

(801) 500-4000

South Jordan, UT

10393 S. Temple Dr. ste 103
South Jordan, Utah 84095

(801) 500-4000

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