RECENT CASE RESULTS

16.4M
trucking accident verdict

14.5M
medical malpractice verdict

10M
motorcycle accident settlement

5.2M
asbestos product liability verdict

4.2M
traumatic brain injury from industrial accident

4M
quadriplegia from trucking accident

UPCOMING EVENTS

Personal Injury: The Basics & Beyond | June 9, 2017 8:30 – 4:30

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ATTORNEY REFERRALS

MORE THAN 400 LAW FIRMS HAVE REFERRED CLIENTS TO EISENBERG, GILCHRIST & CUTT BECAUSE THEY KNOW WE GET TOP RESULTS. LET OUR EXPERIENCE ADD VALUE TO YOUR CASE.

Since Eisenberg, Gilchrist & Cutt opened its doors in 2000, we have obtained numerous verdicts and settlements of $1 million or more. Many of these cases were handled in conjunction with referring attorneys who initially valued their cases at less than what was recovered after Eisenberg, Gilchrist & Cutt was associated as counsel. We work with Utah attorneys, as well as those out of state seeking co-counsel.

Eisenberg Gilchrist & Cutt can help increase the recovery for both you and your client on large or complicated contingency fee cases. We specialize in cases involving catastrophic personal injuries and death, professional negligence, insurance bad faith, and False Claims Act cases. We offer a flexible approach concerning the division of labor and fees on referral cases, tailoring each relationship to meet the needs of you and your client. Our group of experienced trial lawyers peruse all of our cases aggressively and never hesitate to take cases to trial.

We know large contingency fee cases can be legally and financially overwhelming. Don’t assume that your only option is to go it alone. We offer a better option – association with a team of trial tested attorneys, who have both the man power and financial resources to take on the biggest cases.

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

ANALYSIS OF WORKERS COMPENSATION IMMUNITY UNDER UTAH LAW

By: Jeffrey D. Eisenberg & David A. Cutt

Workplace accidents are a leading cause of serious injuries in the United States. Given the general inadequacy of the benefits provided by workers’ compensation, it is not…

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FROM FIELD TO FORK TO FAIRNESS: MAXIMIZING DAMAGES IN A FOOD-BORNE ILLNESS CASE

By: Jacquelynn D. Carmichael

According to the Center for Disease Control, 48 million Americans are poisoned by contaminated foods every year. www.cdc.gov. Of that number, 128,000 individuals…

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MYTH, MATH & A MODERN APPROACH TO ECONOMIC DAMAGES IN CATASTROPHIC INJURY CASES

By: Jeffrey D. Eisenberg & David A. Cutt

The stakes are extremely high for attorneys litigating on behalf of catastrophically injured plaintiffs. Victims of catastrophic  injury face lifelong medical and custodial…

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HOLDING HOSPITALS LIABLE FOR THE NEGLIGENCE OF THEIR NON-EMPLOYEE PHYSICIANS

By: Jacquelynn D. Carmichael & Jordan P. Kendall

In this modern and very competitive age of medicine, many hospitals are launching aggressive marketing and advertising campaigns in a quest to obtain market…

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A FALSE CLAIMS ACT LITIGATION PRIMER

By: Jeff Oritt

So often we read news stories about big businesses scamming the federal government. Occasionally we read about big dollar recoveries by the federal government…

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ASBESTOS LITIGATION: A PRACTICAL INTRODUCTION

By: Robery G. Gilchrist

All of us, and particularly our parents, have asbestos in our bodies. At certain levels, this causes lung problems, cancers, and eventually death. The issue for plaintiffs’…

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