Mr. Lynn C. Harris is passionate about seeking justice for his clients and will advocate aggressively on your behalf, whether through mediation or at trial. Over his career spanning more than 30 years, he has helped many clients secure the compensation they need to move forward with their lives. To make quality legal service available to as many clients as possible, he also provides free case evaluations and works on a contingency basis, meaning that you do not owe fees unless he collects restitution on your behalf.Mr. Harris' Case History
Lynn C. Harris cares about his clients as people. He is not afraid to tackle even the most complex personal injury cases to ensure you collect the compensation you deserve. An injury or accident can completely disrupt the course of your life. As your personal injury attorney, Mr. Harris networks with a variety of experts and medical professionals to ensure you receive the care you need. Mr. Harris operates a full-service firm, so he is able to help with all aspects of your life after an accident.
Mr. Harris was born, raised, and educated in the state of Utah. He graduated from Brigham Young University and later attended law school in California at the University of the Pacific, where he graduated in 1978. He has since specialized in the legal fields of personal injury and wrongful death in Utah.
We have multiple locations in Park City, Lehi, Salt Lake City, and Provo, UT. Mr. Harris can meet with you anywhere in Utah, Southern Wyoming, or Idaho.
"Pauline was injured in the Twin Falls Hospital. She was given a tetanus shot in her buttock, which permanently damaged the sciatic nerve. We chose another lawyer and a month prior to the court date he had completed only a few depositions and had not called any of the doctors. He was supposed to be a good attorney, but he was not willing to put any money or effort into the case. The other attorney wanted us to settle prior to court for $100,000 - $150,000 and said that was a 'good settlement'." Pauline and Kent PerryRead More Testimonials