What To Expect At Our First Meeting

Life after an accident is difficult. Questions about how you will pay for medical care and how to make up for lost wages need answers. We will help you answer these questions at Handy & Handy.

Our attorneys have more than 35 years of combined experience advocating for victims in Salt Lake City and throughout Utah. We know what you are going through and will guide you through the entire process so you can move forward with your life.

What Happens When You Meet With Us

The first step is to arrange a meeting with us. During our first meeting, we will get to know you and learn more about your case. We will discuss the accident and your injuries, including the immediate and long-term medical care you may require. We will also look at how your injuries have affected your ability to work and the impact on your daily life.

To help us learn more about your injuries, we will need to learn more about your insurance coverage, medical bills and care, and other relevant factors. Documents we will need to review include:

  • The police report from the accident or a case number
  • Photos of the accident scene, including damage to your vehicle
  • Insurance information, including health insurance coverage and a copy of your insurance card
  • Medical records and bills from any treatment after the accident
  • Past five years of medical records (if possible)

Learn About Your Options. Arrange Your First Meeting Today.

The stress after an accident is not something we take lightly. You can rest assured that we will treat you with the respect and compassion you deserve. We believe you have a fundamental right to learn about your legal options after an accident. That is why we offer free case evaluations and do not charge a retainer fee. This means we get paid only if we win your case.

Hiring a lawyer is a big decision. We take pride in advocating for the injured, and our case results show how we are able to help in all types of personal injury cases. There is no risk to meet with us to learn more about your rights and how we can assist with the process. Arrange your first meeting with us by calling 801-639-9678 or contact us online.