Our History

With a proud family legacy of practicing law, our Utah lawyers at Young & Young follow in the tradition of providing legal help to the best clients.

Our story as Utah Lawyers

Our Utah lawyers, Allen and Tyler Young, have a rich family line full of prominent lawyers. Our firm has helped our clients succeed in their legal battles, and receive the compensation they deserve:

  • Allen has practiced law since 1971 and has successfully tried over 100 jury trials
  • Allen was recently nominated as a fellow in the prestigious International Academy of Trial Lawyers
  • Combined judgments and settlements of over 100 million dollars
  • Tyler Young (in practice since 2006) named one of “Utah’s Top 40 Lawyers Under 40”
  • 2011: judgment of $1.95 million
  • 2009: judgments of $4.5 million and $2 million
  • Over 15 cases with settlements over $1 million

Why us?

At Young & Young, we have the experience and expertise to help you succeed in your personal injury case.

At Young & Young, we only represent cases that we know we can win for you, where a third party was clearly at fault in causing you harm. Because of this, there are many cases that we have to turn away, but the cases we do take on have our full confidence and support.

Our lawyers make it a priority to be responsive to our clients—both on the phone and email. We emphasize clear communication, and updating our clients on the status of their case.

Yes! In 2009, our two top cases were a result of the combined efforts of both Allen and Tyler Young. When confronted with a particularly challenging case, we rely on each other’s different areas of expertise to reach a favorable result.

Our Skills

We seek to provide our clients with lawyers that they not only trust and depend on, but who are personable and understanding of personal needs.

Client Communication
Courtroom Experience
Appellate Success

Francis v. USA

Family lost a son due to a fatal bear attack. Federal government did nothing to warn about the known dangerous bear. Successful trial verdict.

Kunzler v. Staker Parsons

Family lost a father due to government and construction company negligence in freeway construction zone. Successful jury trial verdict.

Elder v. Nephi City

Family lost a father in a train crash. City allowed trees to grow, which blocked the view of oncoming trains. Successful jury trial verdict.

King v. Mehr

Successful Medical Malpractice Trial: A medical doctor failed to inform his patient of the likelihood that she had cancer.

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