UTAH INJURY ATTORNEYS
Sykes McAllister Law Offices has provided quality legal representation to plaintiffs in Salt Lake City and throughout Utah in a range of personal injury matters.
Our attorneys have decades of experience successfully representing injured victims, and have the skills and background to help you recover the compensation you deserve. Our track record of success includes obtaining six and seven figure settlements for numerous clients, and getting favorable results for many more at trial. Other lawyers often refer cases to our firm, as we have an outstanding reputation as experienced trial lawyers.
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As a small personal injury law firm, we are pleased to offer a high level of personal attention, responding to all phone calls promptly, and regularly meeting with clients at their homes or in the hospital. We handle a variety of cases, including personal injury, medical malpractice, and civil rights cases. For the convenience of our clients, our Utah personal injury lawyers offer free initial consultations and provide some limited legal services in Spanish and German. For most cases we work on a contingency fee arrangement, meaning you do not owe attorneys fees unless and until we successfully recover on your behalf. To find out how we can help you, contact Sykes McAllister Law Offices today.
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Today we filed a civil rights lawsuit against Cottonwood Heights Police Department, for alleged civil rights violations resulting in the shooting death of a 19 year old male. The man was shot by a police officer in the back as he was running away. One bullet severed the man's spinal cord at the C-6 level, leading to his death several days later. The family is alleging violations of the Fourth Amendment.
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Sykes McAllister Law Offices filed a federal civil rights lawsuit today in the United States District Court, District of Utah, on behalf of Brenda Mayes. The lawsuit arises out of an incident where a Davis County Bus Driver trapped a child by his backpack in the bus doors and rove several hundred feet, with the child dangling from the bus the entire time. It is alleged that the bus driver acted against the child based on his race.