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Why I Live for Law Making a Difference in the Courtroom and the Community
When I started working here 20 years ago, the name of our firm was still Driggs, Osbourne, and Huang. In those early days, Matt Driggs, Kenn Bills, and I started out in a single office, sharing the same secretary. Now, we’ve grown to serve hundreds of clients from a number of offices in Utah, Seattle, Montana, and Idaho. But since day one, we’ve never lost sight of why we exist as a law firm: to help people. I love personal injury law because I get to make a difference in people’s lives every day. Early
degree would enable me to do everything that I could do with an MBA and more.
Looking back, this was one of the best decisions I could have made for myself and my family. At home, I have a wonderful wife and four kids. My youngest is 13, going on 14, this year. As a family, we enjoy boating, four-wheeling, hunting, and skiing.
When I’m not helping people with their cases at the Law Offices of Driggs, Bills, and Day, I
on, it was risky to grow, but we did it anyway. Risk and uncertainty can be scary, but it paid off. Due to those campaigns, we were able to open law offices all over the Northwest to help more people. Before I came to work for this firm in 1999, I attended Gonzaga Law School in Spokane, Washington, and Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, before that.
also enjoy serving people in need. I’ve worked many years as a Boy Scout adviser, and I helped implement a program in the Provo School District to help struggling students and their parents. To this day, my favorite part of personal injury law is getting great settlements for my clients. There’s nothing like defending people in need every day. Often, my clients have been in car
“In some cases, their lives are put on hold as a result of their injuries. Nothing feels better than calling a client on the phone and telling them that we won their case ...”
In some cases, their lives are put on hold as a result of their injuries. Nothing feels better than calling a client on the phone and telling them that we won their case and that they’ll receive the financial compensation they deserve for their setback. I live for that moment. – Steven Day
After graduating from Brigham Young University with an economics degree, I was on the fence about whether I wanted to go get an MBA or go to law school. Ultimately, I decided that a law
accidents, motorcycle accidents, and slip- and-fall accidents. They’ve been bit by other people’s dogs or hurt by unsafe medication from pharmaceutical companies.
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