J. Reuben Clark Law School (BYU) – Juris Doctor – 1988
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Licensed: Utah, Nevada, California, Arizona, and Illinois
As a service to the community, Ron served for nearly 10 years as one of the Small Claims Judge Pro-Tempore for the Washington County Justice Court. Ron has almost 30 years’ experience as an attorney. Ron graduated in the top 10% of his class from the J. Rueben Clark Law School, Brigham Young University, in 1988. He was lead articles editor for the Brigham Young University Law Review and upon graduation became a member of The Order of the Coif. After graduating from law school in 1988, Ron joined the national law firm of Kirkland & Ellis (“K&E”), in Chicago, Illinois. When K&E opened an office in Los Angeles, California, he moved to Los Angeles to help open the Los Angeles office of K&E. While at K&E, Ron represented such clients as Hughes Aircraft, Dunn & Bradstreet and Motorola. In 1992, Ron moved to Las Vegas, Nevada and in 1993 started his own law firm. Ron has helped thousands of injured victims put their lives back together after experiencing a car crash. Let his experience help your family during your time of need.
Daniel J. Radford
University of Utah – Juris Doctor – 2015
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Danny was born in Salt Lake City and raised in Hanford, California. After serving an LDS mission working with the deaf community in New York, Danny moved to Saint George, Utah, where he began attending Dixie State College in 2007. While at Dixie, Danny met and married the love of his life, Tycee. Danny and Tycee are currently the proud parents of three beautiful children.
In 2011 Danny graduated from Dixie with his bachelor’s degree in business administration with an emphasis in finance. Danny then took a year off from school and taught sign language courses for Dixie State College and was heavily involved in the deaf community.
After taking a year off from his studies, Danny decided to attend law school in San Diego, California. He finished in the top of his class. After completing his first year of law school he elected to transfer and finish law school at the University of Utah’s College of Law. Daniel graduated law school in 2015. During law school, Danny was involved in a car crash with a person who was texting while driving. After going through the legal hassles of an injury case himself he decided that he would commit his entire practice as a lawyer to helping those innocent victims who are injured by the negligence of another. Danny is passionate about obtaining fair and adequate compensation for his clients. Give Danny a call today and let him answer your questions.
WHAT DO YOU DO IF YOU HAVE BEEN INJURED IN AN ACCIDENT?
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At Injury Defenders, we are committed to providing you with the information that you need to make informed decisions regarding your future and your legal representation so that you can be successful. We will guide and direct you through the hoops that the insurance companies set up for you to navigate. We will be there from beginning to end. An initial consultation is free! At the initial consultation we can help you understand your rights. Should you choose us to be your Defenders, we will zealously advocate on your behalf to ensure that you receive a favorable resolution. We are there with you every step of the way.
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Our unique approach to personal injury work sets us apart from many other attorneys. To us, you are not just another file. You are a real person, with real feelings of pain, worry and hurt. Your life has been turned upside down. Your family has been impacted. Often what makes the difference in a personal injury case is how well the attorney knows the case and cares about the client. Before an attorney can really help you, he or she must know you. We want to get to know you, know what happened to you and how that has affected you and your family. We want to dive into your case and really understand how you are feeling. Because an attorney/client relationship is one of mutual trust and respect, you should feel comfortable with your attorney and be able to speak with him when needed. You will feel respected by us and comfortable talking to us about your injury and damages. That is the Injury Defenders promise. Our caring, people oriented approach has yielded outstanding results for many clients. See our testimonials.