Utah provides some of the most diverse (and best) cycling in the country -- from the red-rock deserts of St. George and Moab to the mountains of the Wasatch Front. While Salt Lake City and other metropolitan areas have added cycling lanes and trails in recent years, there are still long stretches that do not provide safe passage for cyclists.

Representation in Utah bicycle injury cases

Utah lawyer Jackie Carmichael is a partner in the law firm Eisenberg, Gilchrist & Cutt.  She has been practicing law since 1993.  As a personal injury attorney, she is proud to have the unique opportunity to help those who have been injured by the negligence of others, and is very passionate about representing cyclists.  She has represented cyclists injured in bicycle accidents in Salt Lake City, Moab, Provo, Ogden and Park City.

Read her overview of Utah Cycling and Utah Bicycle Laws.

Jackie leads an active lifestyle, as an accomplished scuba diver and cyclist, often riding her bicycle with her husband, to whom she gives credit for her passion for cycling.  She loves to ride Emigration Canyon and is training for the LOTOJA bicycle race as a member of an all-women’s relay team.

Read Bob Mionske's interview of her.

Jackie has chosen to join the Bike Law network because of its focus on client and cause advocacy.  As a cyclist, she is particularly motivated to assist other cyclists, and has dealt with cases involving bicycle accidents, auto accidents, defective products and medical malpractice.  Her firm not only represents Utah cyclists, they also has a long-standing commitment to the bicycle advocacy movement in the state.

If you have been injured in a Utah bike accident, by a defective bicycle product, or because of an unsafe road condition and would like to discuss your case with a Utah bicycle accident attorney who gets cycling, Jackie welcomes your call for a free consultation. She can be reached at jackie@bikelaw.com and 844-531-7530.

If you would like Bike Law to come speak to your club or at your shop, please contact us.

Utah Blog Posts

Aug 06, 2015

To horseshoes and hand grenades I would add bicycling in traffic to the list of activities in which close may be enough to do damage. While riding a bike, coming close to physical contact with a vehicle, i.e. a car door, may be enough to cause a crash and serious injury. In a video making […]

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May 13, 2015

At any given time about 20% of the cases we handle involve a hit and run driver.  My unofficial research and experience suggests that a driver is more likely to flee the scene of an accident involving a bicyclist, and even more likely than that to flee the scene of an accident involving a pedestrian. […]

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May 12, 2015

“How about I get out and f*** you up in front of your kid?,” says the person driving the car next to me. And a Happy Mother’s Day to you as well… Here’s what happened and here’s how I fought back. As someone who both drives a car and rides a bike, I consistently urge […]

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