Our job is not to “sell” you on our legal services. Our job is to provide you with an objective analysis of your legal situation, your rights under the law, and your legal options. Therefore, if we don’t believe that pursuing legal action will “net” you much compensation, we’ll be straight with you about our professional opinions. On the other hand, if pursuing insurance claims and/or personal injury compensation could benefit you significantly, we’ll not only inform you of that reality, we’ll give you a clear assessment of “why” we believe that your case is strong enough to be worth your efforts and energy. No two auto accident cases are exactly the same. As a result, there is no way to know for sure whether pursuing a lawsuit will be worth your time until your case has been carefully evaluated. However, it is worth noting that Utah law preserves an injury victim’s right to pursue compensation after an auto accident, even if they are partially to blame for the circumstances that caused harm. As long as you’re not more than 50 percent at fault for your crash, you may be entitled to significant compensation at this time. It is important to understand that all of our case evaluation appointments are made on a risk-free basis. This means that if you choose to schedule a risk-free consultation, you will neither be obligated to take legal action, nor will you be obligated to work with our firm moving forward. These appointments simply serve to ensure that auto accident victims are empowered to make informed decisions about their legal options. After you’ve asked questions and told us about the circumstances surrounding your accident, we will provide you with any legal support that you may require if you choose to file insurance claims or to pursue personal injury compensation.