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From the Force to the Courtroom

When our client — let’s call her Robin — was injured in a serious car accident, she didn’t know where to turn. Though the collision wasn’t her fault, Robin was driving an uninsured vehicle, and it looked as if she’d have to cover these enormous medical bills on her own.


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The Ultimate Guide to Auto Accident Cases

Attorney and owner of the Advocates Law Firm, Matt Driggs, wrote this guide to help people after they have been in an accident. This is a guide to everything you need to know about auto accident cases in the state of Utah. Fill out your information here and we will ship you your free guide


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Why Every Case Matters

Though people are always asking me why I became an attorney, I find it difficult to come up with a satisfactory answer – really, it’s just something I’ve wanted to do for nearly as long as I can remember. But as someone who’s had her mind set on the law since she was young, it’s a true passion that drives a huge part of my life. I just love working with our wonderful clients, advocating for these individuals who are going through an incredibly difficult time and providing guidance to see them through.So many people call us wondering if their injury matters, if it’s of a caliber that would even warrant us to take the case. These people downplay the damage that’s been

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About a year ago, I had a case that I’ll never forget.

It all happened at a local restaurant. To get into the establishment, customers had to open the door and climb five rather steep stairs until they were in the restaurant proper. The stairs were covered in old, shabby carpet, ripped in several places, and jutting out into the … CONTINUE READING

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9 Ways to Survive Your Winter Accident

Kevin’s morning was bad from the start.  To start, he woke up later than he should have.  He must have hit the snooze button without even realizing it.  When his alarm finally went off, he looked at the clock and fumbled out of bed, stumbling toward the shower.  His wife, still in bed, groaned as he stomped around in the dark.  Then, for whatever reason, his shower seemed colder than usual.  It seemed like nothing was quite like the warm, comfort of his bed.

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When Work is its Own Reward

A few years back, my family and I were standing atop the Eiffel Tower, mesmerized by the Parisian cityscape stretched out below us, when my phone went off. I begrudgingly got the thing out of my pocket and took a look at the screen. It was work.

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