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Attorney Handling Personal Injury Claims in Utah and Nationally
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At the law office of Jeff Metler, your injury attorney, we treat each case with the highest level of integrity and care possible to help you begin the healing process. Insurance companies want you to believe that they will take care of everything and that you don’t need an attorney. The truth is they have been trained to size you up and offer you the lowest possible settlement they think you will take. These amounts usually won’t cover the long-term care necessary to treat your injury, not to mention the loss of income and pain and suffering.
You deserve the advice and proper perspective of how to best handle your personal injury case. If you need an auto accident attorney or have suffered any type of personal injury, contact us and we can evaluate your case for free and help you make an educated and informed decision so you can get on with your life.
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What Is Personal Injury?
Many types of personal injuries can be frightening and life-changing. We understand that people who have experienced these traumatic events need care, assistance, and someone they can trust to get them through their hardships. Our attorneys can help you file what is known as a personal injury claim so you can hold the person or entity who caused your injuries responsible for their wrongdoing.
With Us, You Are Never Another Number
Helping Clients with Catastrophic Injuries
Jeff Metler and his team also have experience representing clients who are suffering from severe, or catastrophic injuries. Catastrophic injuries are long-term and permanent, which can lead to hefty medical bills and high costs of care.
One major example is a spinal cord injury. When the vertebrae on the spinal cord are shattered after a jolt, heavy blow, or penetration in an accident, the nerve endings are exposed and can be permanently damaged. As a result, many individuals with spinal cord injuries develop paralysis that will confine them to wheelchairs for the rest of their lives.
- Broken bones
- Back injuries
- Head and brain injuries
Commercial Vehicle vs. Private Car. $15 Million
Head-on accident with life-threatening injuries. Multiple fractures and surgeries.
Single Car Accident $2 Million
Loss of control resulting in significant paralyzation.
Private Car vs. Private Car $1.8 Million
Head-on collision with multiple occupants. Facial scaring, multiple fractures and brain injury.
Car vs Wrongful Death $1.8 Million
An agreement is made during mediation involving a traumatic accident where the driver and passenger of a vehicle crossed over the median of a large freeway into oncoming traffic and collided with a family of 8.
Motorcycle vs. Commercial Truck $1.3 Million
Failure to yield by commercial truck resulting in T-bone accident. Multiple fractures with brain injury.
Motorcycle vs. Commercial Truck $1.25 Million
Motorcycle vs. commercial truck accident where victim sustained serious injuries.
Private Car vs. Commercial Vehicle $970,000
Head-on collision with facial fractures, scaring and cognitive impairment.
Single Car Accident $925,000
Recreational vehicle rollover. Multiple fractures requiring surgery with scarring
Private Car vs. Private Car $900,000
T-Bone accident with multiple leg fractures requiring surgery.
Private Car vs. Commercial Vehicle $750,000
A Commercial vehicle ran a red light striking the rear of the client vehicle. Chiropractic with likely future surgery.
Hear From Clients Like You
“He helped me understand that the insurance company pays out on claims and not the at-fault drivers. Thanks, Jeff.”
“Our doctor recommended we call Mr. Metler. He came to the hospital to personally meet us that day.”
“I was relieved after speaking with Jeff Metler. He explained that I wasn't suing any one person, and he took care of everything.”
“I loved that I was given updates throughout my case, and they answered any questions I had. I never felt pressured when I needed to make a decision and my options were clearly communicated.”
“Without the help you provided to us it would have wiped us out financially. Thank you isn't enough, but you turned things around for us.”
Is There a Deadline to File a Claim in Utah?
Unfortunately, victims don’t have all the time in the world to file a personal injury or mass torts claim and recover damages. Each state has what is known as a statute of limitations, or a deadline to file a claim. In Utah, individuals have as little as two years and as much as four years from the date of injury to file their case based on the state’s statute of limitations. If you fail to file your claim within the appropriate timeframe, the court will refuse to hear it and you’ll lose out on receiving the compensation you need.
If you have suffered a personal injury, please contact Jeff Metler today for a free consultation. He and his team can help get you through this difficult time and fight to receive the compensation and justice that you deserve.
Call for a free case evaluation with our Utah attorney. We serve injured clients in Provo, Salt Lake City, and throughout the state.