Welcome to The Gooch Firm, P.C.
We provide high quality, dedicated legal representation to accident and injury victims throughout Utah, Idaho and Wyoming. Our expert legal staff handles a variety of personal injury matters, including automobile, truck and motorcycle accidents, and medical malpractice, claims involving serious injuries like spinal cord damage or brain injury, and wrongful death. We invite you to refer to our practice area list for more information about the full range of professional services. Remember you don't have to fight this battle alone, contact our offices to speak with a legal professional about your case today.
Since its inception, our firm has based its success on the satisfaction and results that we provide for our clients. Members of The Gooch Firm have been rigorously selected based on knowledge, experience, and expertise to ensure that only the best and brightest have an opportunity to become a part of our proficient legal team. Aiding our efforts further, we work alongside expert authorities in the medical, financial, and damage assessment fields to construct the strongest case possible. With our managable size and cost-effective methods, we provide services in a timely, client-oriented manner. This means that we promptly return phone calls and provide regular case updates. Ultimately, your needs and goals will establish the course of your case, allowing us to achieve the best possible resolution to your claim, whether through settlement or trial.
Utah personal attorney Jeffrey D. Gooch understands that after an accident, you need to focus on your recovery. We provide our cell and home phone numbers to our clients, ensuring 24-7 availability. If you or someone you love has been in an accident and would like to talk about your case we provides free consultations for all inquiries. The Gooch Firm, P.C. handles personal injury claims on a contingency fee basis, which means that you only pay attorney's fees if we recover for you.
The Gooch Firm, P.C. represents accident and injury victims in Utah, Idaho and Wyoming, including Salt Lake, Cache, and Washington counties and the cities of Salt Lake, Provo, Orem, St. George, Boise, and Idaho Falls.