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We Handle Personal Injury Cases

Whether you work in an unsafe environment or suffer an injury in a public place, you need a personal injury attorney in Ogden, UT who is empathetic to your suffering and seeks justice. Porter Law Firm has ample experience helping clients collect the settlements they deserve for their pain and time away from work. Personal injury can happen nearly anywhere, from a busy retail shop to another person’s private home. When you suffer bodily harm, we handle the process of determining fault and getting you compensated so that you can recover and return to your regular daily life. You can trust us to get you the best possible results for your case.

Handling Negligence Cases

Common Types of Torts We Handle

A tort action is a legal action a plaintiff takes against a defendant in a personal injury case. Porter Law Firm specializes in a wide array of torts, including the following:


If you get injured due to someone’s negligence, you may be entitled to compensation. Negligence cases can include getting hurt due to wet floors, tripping over obstacles, and suffering impact from a falling object. When a property owner or manager fails to take action to prevent bodily injury from situations like these, they may be liable.

Intentional Harm

Some cases involve a party who harms a victim on purpose. Your traumatic experience and injuries deserve justice, which sometimes warrants civil charges to cover your pain, medical attention, and missed work. We hold the at-fault party accountable, legally, and financially.

Strict Liability

A defendant may have done everything they could to prevent harm to someone but are still considered at fault for any injuries. In strict liability cases, if the defendant was doing something dangerous, even if it was perfectly legal, they may still be liable if their activity causes harm. Examples of strict liability include transporting hazardous liquids and building demolition.

Contact Porter Law Firm for Legal Representation

Porter Law Firm is ready to provide counsel and representation to clients involved in personal injury cases. We help people in Weber and Davis County win just compensation for their pain and suffering due to an at-fault party. Reach out to us to schedule a consultation, during which we will discuss the details of your case.

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