Have you been involved in an auto accident?  Are you looking for an experienced attorney?  Are you seeking compensation for your injuries?  Looking for an attorney who only gets paid if you do?

WE UNDERSTAND that bad things can happen to good people.  Auto accidents can cause injuries preventing you from doing your normal activities.  At PEARSON BUTLER, Attorneys at Law, our highly-respected auto accident personal injury attorneys can help you receive compensation from the injuries you suffered.

We are committed to helping accident victims.  We aggressively represents auto accident victims throughout Utah.   Our auto accident lawyer Utah team has the ability to litigate complicated personal injury cases.  Our personal injury lawyers have established a strong reputation in the legal community, and insurance companies know the quality of their work.

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At PEARSON BUTLER Law, our auto accident lawyer Utah team only gets paid when you get paid.  Contact us today to schedule a free consultation.  If you or a family member has been the victim of a car accident, contact one of our offices today at (801) 495-4104.

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