St. George Car accident Lawyer

Following an accident or severe injury, it may become necessary to initiate a personal injury claim to obtain full compensation for medical bills, lost wages and other damages. In these situations, your choice of attorney can mean the difference between the success or failure of your personal injury case.

Decades of Experience in Personal Injury Cases

I am Kevin Swenson, Attorney at Debry, and I provide clients in St. George and throughout Utah and Arizona with the proven representation that they need when they have been injured by someone else's negligence. With more than 20 years of experience, I have the legal knowledge and proven litigation skills necessary to protect my clients' interests, no matter what type of injury they have suffered. I focus exclusively on injury law, allowing me to stay up to date on developments in the law and offer my clients the innovative representation they deserve.

Inside Knowledge Of Insurance Company Tactics

As a former insurance defense lawyer, I have firsthand knowledge of the tactics and strategies that insurance companies use to try and minimize the payments injured parties receive. As a St. George personal injury attorney, I use this insight to put my clients on even footing with massive insurance carriers, and to help them obtain full and fair compensation for their injuries.

A Long History Of Success In The Courtroom

During my decades of practicing law, I have tried and won many cases that have gone all the way to trial. This includes many complex injury matters that ended in juries reaching outcomes that were favorable for my clients. My trial work has given me a reputation with opposing counsel and insurance companies as an attorney who will take a matter as far as necessary to protect the rights of my clients.

Contact Attorney Kevin Swenson

Whether you have been injured in a car accident or any other type of injury-causing event, I can help. To arrange a free consultation and discuss your case, contact me at 435-414-0596 or online.