Trust Your Case to an Experienced Joint Injury Lawyer

Joint injuries, particularly knee and shoulder injuries, can be extremely difficult to treat. Recovery can take years. Have you or a loved one suffered a joint injury in an auto accident or another type of accident caused by someone else’s negligence? You have the right to take action. Contact our experienced joint injury lawyer at Flickinger Boulton Robson Weeks at 801-500-4000.

Treating a knee injury, shoulder injury, and another joint injury often requires costly surgeries. If you do not have health insurance, you may be hesitant to seek the care you need, even though any delay in treatment could result in painful complications. We can help you get the care you need, without having to worry about being stuck with the bill.

Utah Joint Injury Lawyer

Our injury attorneys are here to help sufferers of hip injuries, elbow injuries, knee injuries, shoulder injuries and joint injuries of all types. With more than 50 years of combined experience, we know how serious these injuries are. We will take your case seriously.

Among the knee injuries that we frequently see are anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tears and lateral collateral ligament (LCL) tears, as well as injuries involving a torn meniscus or torn cartilage. These injuries often require orthopedic surgery.

Common shoulder injuries we see include torn rotator cuffs and bursitis, both of which can be extremely painful and tend to require orthopedic surgery.

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Call the Utah auto accident compensation attorneys at Flickinger Boulton Robson Weeks locally at (801) 500-4000 or contact us online for a free, no-obligation consultation.

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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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