Practice Area: Personal Injury Defense   drop
Christensen & Jensen originally opened its doors in 1949 as a personal injury defense firm, and several of the firm’s attorneys continue the firm’s strong reputation in this area. To this day, Christensen & Jensen remains committed to sophisticated and rewarding personal injury defense work.

Christensen & Jensen has continued to be regarded as one of the best defense firms in Utah. Christensen & Jensen’s personal injury defense attorneys have represented numerous different clients in disputes with plaintiffs, including: large corporations, healthcare providers, professional services firms, property owners and managers, insurance companies, small businesses, and individual professionals. Our attorneys have successfully had numerous cases dismissed early on in the proceedings, where the plaintiff has failed to comply with certain statutory requirements, or have otherwise failed to state a claim for relief; saving our clients valuable time and money. When cases have to be litigated, our trial attorneys know how to try them. Our seasoned trial attorneys have successfully defended our clients in both jury trials, and in cases in which the judge was the sole fact finder, in federal and state courts.

Christensen & Jensen’s personal injury clients benefit from the fact that our attorneys both pursue and defend personal injury claims. Our attorneys see both sides of a case, and this gives them an advantage in all stages of a case, from discovery to motion practice to trial to appeal. Our attorneys share this dual approach with our clients through skill, insight, and extensive preparation, as well as sound advice and counsel.

Personal injury Defense services provided by Christensen & Jensen include:

  • Catastrophic injury
  • Wrongful death
  • Motor vehicle accidents
  • Motorcycle accidents
  • Truck accidents
  • Drunk driving accidents
  • Bicycle accidents
  • Pedestrian accidents
  • Dog bite
  • Construction/work accidents
  • Premises liability/slip and fall
  • Medical malpractice