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Meet the Lawyers at Flickinger • Boulton • Robson • Weeks

Our team of personal injury attorneys is dedicated to providing compassionate, personalized legal services to our clients.


A Personalized Experience

“After my car accident I researched several different firms for representation. The larger firms felt very impersonal as if I was being put in their assembly line production. Brett Boulton gave me a personalized experience and made sure I got a fair settlement. In the end we got 5 times the original offer. Highly recommend.”
– Elevatus F.


Mark has practiced personal injury law for more than 15 years with a focus on accident victims. Admitted to practice in Utah and U.S. District courts, he has helped many injured clients collect the compensation they deserve. Mark is a 10-year Board of Governors member for the Utah Association for Justice who frequently lectures on topics pertaining to personal injury litigation.
Brett worked for the Utah County Public Defenders office before joining our firm in 2006. At Flickinger Boulton Robson Weeks, Brett handles all types of personal injury cases. He is known for the aggressive pursuit of claims on behalf of accident victims, yet his clients know him to be compassionate and accessible. Brett is bilingual, conversing fluently with clients who prefer to speak Spanish.
Kevin has extensive litigation, trial, and appellate experience.  Kevin believes in applying hard work and creative litigation strategies to obtain optimal  outcomes for clients who are up against large institutional insurance companies and wealthy Defendants. Kevin also believes in putting the client first and seeks to provide the kind of service and communication that involves the client every step of the way towards a winning settlement.
Before discovering his love of the law, Zebulun “Zeb” Weeks spent many years working as a professor, teaching for Brigham Young University, BYU Idaho, and BYU Hawaii. His academic past provides him with a deep understanding of and respect for the law. Personal injury law is a chance to do what he really loves: help people. Fluent in Spanish, Zeb is dedicated to working hard to get the best possible outcomes for his clients.
Mr. Woods is a successful trial lawyer. He has performed various trials, both bench and jury trials, and has appeared before appellate, trial and administrative judges and in federal, state and territorial courts. During his time overseas, he defended the U.S. Territory against a variety of civil claims and appeared regularly before the High Court of American Samoa.
Bruce has practiced plaintiff litigation for nearly his entire career, and now focuses exclusively on pursuing compensation for victims of negligence. Bruce practices in both state and federal court and has conducted various trials and appeals in various district courts, the Utah State Appeals courts, and in the 10th Circuit Federal Court of Appeals. In addition to personal injury, this bilingual attorney handles medical malpractice, premises liability, and product liability cases.
Sierra is experienced in a variety of areas and joined our firm to specialize in legal research and drafting. She gained a love for the law and for a cleverly-constructed argument during her time in law school, working as an attorney, and clerking in federal court. Sierra is committed to helping clients obtain justice and the best possible outcomes for the harms they have suffered. She enjoys and uses the power of careful, thorough research and well-written legal arguments to achieve results.



“I’m so incredibly thankful to Mark, his staff, and his medical recommendations. They’ve had a HUGE headache handed to them with a drunk driver case, and they have dealt with it all with grace and grit. Thank you for always making me feel like a priority.”
– Jamie from Provo, UT


Helping Clients Rebuild Their Lives

“When you’re hurt like that, you don’t want to spend your time and energy filling out forms and talking to insurance agents and adjusters and trying to wrangle with the administrative processes…”