Moab, UT Personal Injury Attorneys
38 Years of Experience
Accidents happen all the time, including in Utah. According to the Utah Highway Safety Office, for example, in 2012 there were more than 52,200 motor vehicle collisions on public roads in the state, which resulted in more than 22,300 injuries and 243 deaths. Beyond car accidents, individuals can also be injured in explosions, while skiing, and more. Just because accidents can happen anytime, anywhere, however, that doesn’t mean they’re always natural and no one is to blame. Many accidents, including motor vehicle collisions, are caused by negligent people. Most car accidents are caused by human error, for example, or negligent drivers who fail to practice road safety or follow laws. If you or a loved one has been injured, our Moab, UT personal injury attorneys can be by your side to listen to your story and determine the best way we can help. Doehling Law can help you file a claim and hold at-fault parties responsible so you can reclaim your life.
Call (970) 292-7171, or contact us online for a free consultation with one of our professional, caring attorneys. We can face insurance companies to obtain the compensation you deserve after an accident.
Our Trusted PI Legal Services
Accidents can happen anytime, everywhere, but that doesn’t necessarily mean you deserve to be injured. If you suspect someone is guilty of causing your injuries, whether it’s a driver who failed to signal before merging or a medical professional who misdiagnosed you, we can investigate your accident and determine liability. It’s best to call a lawyer who has personal injury experience before you decide to give up on starting a case you may be able to benefit from.
Our attorneys have helped countless clients who have been injured in the following accidents:
- Auto accidents
- Burn injuries
- Defective drugs
- Dog bites and animal attacks
- Explosion cases
- Government benefits claims
- Minor settlements
- Motorcycle accidents
- Premises liability
- Spinal injuries
- Brain injuries
- Skiing accidents
- Stray voltage electricity cases
- Workers’ comp and third-party claims
- Wrongful death
Accidents can result in a variety of injuries, including cuts and abrasions, broken bones, sprains and fractures, head and brain injuries, spinal cord and neck injuries, burns, amputations, and much more. Serious injuries tend to be expensive to treat and some can even result in permanent disabilities that require lifelong treatment.
Utah’s Statute of Limitations
All states have what is known as a statute of limitations for personal injury claims, meaning individuals who wish to recover financial compensation have a limited amount of time to do so. In Utah, the statute of limitations is four years, meaning individuals have four years from the date of their injuries to file a claim and hold negligent drivers and other individuals responsible.
Though four years may seem like a long time, it’s not uncommon for victims to wait to file a claim and then miss their deadline, preventing them from securing the compensation they need to pay for mounting medical bills and other damages. By hiring an attorney who has the experience needed to help you file a claim efficiently, you can avoid missing your chance at achieving justice.
After your accident, you may be facing thousands of dollars in car repairs, medical bills, lost wages, and more. Doehling Law can recover these damages because innocent victims shouldn’t have to pay for these expenses, especially when they’re already suffering from their injuries.
Our team has helped clients recover damages including:
- Medical bills
- Burial and funeral costs
- Lost wages or earning capacity
- Lost income
- Property damage
- Loss of companionship
- Pain and suffering
For trusted legal representation from a team that remains up-to-date on all regulatory changes in Utah and throughout the country, call our team. With more than 60 years of combined experience, we’ve worked on countless different personal injury cases and know how to help you, whether you’ve been hurt in a motorcycle collision or on someone’s property from a slip and fall.
Our Moab personal injury attorneys are ready to listen when you call us at (970) 292-7171 today. We’re also proud to serve clients throughout Utah and Colorado.