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Personal Injury Attorneys – Fielding Law Taylorsville UT

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It’s not about us -
it’s about you

As a specialized personal injury law firm,
our focus is always on helping you.


There is nothing more personal than an injury.

Injuries can rob you of your financial stability, physical and mental well-being, and your future. Even minor personal injuries can present significant interruptions to your life. It can feel impossible to get past a personal injury, especially if someone else’s act of negligence or carelessness caused the accident. When you feel that you deserve financial recovery from an at-fault party, explore your opportunities for compensation.

Fielding Law’s Taylorsville personal injury lawyers can help with this process.

Fielding Law - Taylorsville

4179 Riverboat Rd #150, Taylorsville, UT 84123

(801) 666-2912 Start My Case

“Last year I had an accident and suffered head and back trauma. I went to Michael for help and they did a great job. They fought for me and got all my medical, and time loss at my job paid.”

- Brenda Golderos

"Injury law firm with professional ethics. Definitely the best injury law firm in Utah. Thanks for the great service provided."

- Maurice Heinemann

"Fielding Law Auto Accident Attorneys did a great job on our case! They were patient, great at communication and did a really great job insuring we didn't have doubts. By far the best lawyer we have ever used!"

- Josue Saucedo

"Fielding Law are very honest attorneys who cares about their clients and fight for them. I recommend him to anyone looking for a personal injury attorney in Utah. They are the best out there."

- Rosalba Garcia

"They helped me settle my case pretty quick, they also helped me gain more than I thought I would. Thank you so much for your help!"

- Izzy Corona

"These guys and their team do a thorough job of making sure the clients legal position is represented perfectly. I highly recommend this personal injury firm!"

- Miles Caleb

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You have enough going on in your life right now

You don’t need another bill.

That’s why we don’t charge our clients anything unless we win compensation for them. Rest easy knowing that we are on your team.


Cases we handle

The possibilities for serious injuries are almost endless. However, some types of injuries are more common than others. In our years of legal services at law firm Fielding Law, our personal injury lawyers come across many of the same types of injuries that give rise to civil lawsuits.

If you’ve suffered one of the following types of injuries, talk to a personal injury attorney about your rights to bring a lawsuit with your personal injury claim.

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Car Accidents

Vehicle accidents can put the body in great peril. The human body often cannot withstand the extreme forces that a vehicle collision exerts. This leads to the body giving way to the object that strikes it, whether it’s the seatbelt, steering column, window, or other element.

Car accidents can cause a wide range of personal injuries. Call a Taylorsville car accident lawyer as soon as possible after an accident.

Other car accident types:

Other Accidents

Boating Accidents
Brain Injuries
Broken Bone Injuries
Dog Bite Injuries
Pedestrian Accidents
Permanent Injuries
Playground Accidents
Premises Liability
Product Liability
Slip and Fall
Spinal Cord Injuries
Burn Injuries
Workers’ Compensation
Truck Accidents
Wrongful Death
Motorcycle Accidents
Personal Injury
Bicycle Accidents
Electric Scooter Accidents
Accident Lawyers
Scooter Accidents
Single Vehicle Accidents

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How Much Is My Personal Injury Case Worth?

Every personal injury case is worth a different amount depending on the impact the injuries have on the victim’s life and livelihood. The only way to get an accurate estimate of the value of your claim is to speak to an attorney. Otherwise, you may be able to get a rough idea by looking at the costs of your economic and non-economic damages. Adding up these expenses can give you an idea of what your claim could be worth:

Past and future accident-related medical expenses.

These may include the costs of hospitalization, surgeries, medications, medical equipment, live-in nursing care, rehabilitation, and home or vehicle modifications. These may include the costs of hospitalization, surgeries, medications, medical equipment, live-in nursing care, rehabilitation, and home or vehicle modifications. Look at your existing medical bills and what your injuries may cost in the future to calculate these expenses. Lost wages. If your personal injuries force you to miss time at work for treatment and recovery, you could recover for these income losses with your personal injury claim. This includes money you likely would have made in raises and/or promotions during this time. Property damage. Did your home, vehicle, or other properties sustain costly damage in the accident? You could recover the full costs to repair or replace these damaged items. Add in the costs of your property damage to your final calculation. Pain and suffering. The courts will calculate these non-economic losses using expert testimony, medical records, and other evidence of your physical pain and emotional suffering. Values can vary greatly depending on the severity and type of injury. Emotional distress. A PI claim could also result in compensation for emotional harms the accident causes, including mental and psychological damage. You may also recover for lost capacity to earn if your injuries cause permanent disability.


Total Cost of Unintentional Injuries

In 2013 (the most recent year data is available), unintentional injuries cost the United States $820.6 billion. This includes the costs of both fatal and nonfatal injuries, vehicle damages, medical expenses, productivity losses, administrative fees, and employers insured and uninsured costs.

The value of lost quality of life in 2013 equaled an additional $4,253.9 billion. Motor vehicle accidents cost the most, accounting for $264.2 billion. At-home unintentional injuries followed, then work accidents and public accidents. When employees sustain injuries that put them out of work, America pays. Most of the $820.6 billion in national expenses went toward wage and productivity losses ($388.4 billion). The second-largest component was medical expenses, totaling $219.8 billion in 2013. The total cost of personal injuries to the U.S. is the equivalent of 51 centers per dollar spent on food in the country. The parties that absorb the costs of personal injuries in the U.S. include private insurers , taxpayers, and the injured victims themselves.

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