A lawyer’s lawyer
Randall K. Spencer, won his first jury trial in 1993 while still in law school and working under the third- year practice rule. Since then, thousands of clients, including many lawyers, have trusted Randall’s expertise to guide them through difficult and complex legal situations.
Randall has been featured on Court TV, Dateline, 20/20, CNN and many other local and national programs.
Focusing on personal injury, civil litigation, medical malpractice, and criminal defense
In the last year, Randall has recovered more than two million dollars for his clients and many more millions for his injured clients in years past related to wrongful deaths, auto accidents, plane crashes, train crashes, semi-truck crashes, motorcycle accidents, slips and falls, and many other incidents caused by negligent acts of others. In his civil litigation practice, Randall has represented business both as plaintiffs and defendants in everything from simple contract or real estate cases to multi-million-dollar business litigation matters. Randall has represented multiple families who have lost loved ones due to medical neglect and other negligent conduct of doctors, hospitals, and psychologists. In Randall’s criminal defense practice, Randall is experienced in trials from Murder cases to speeding tickets and most everything in between. He has handled many white-collar crime matters in both the criminal courts and administrative proceedings.
If you are looking for a lawyer that will listen to you and evaluate your case with an extraordinary ability to take complex facts and quickly focus on and analyze the crux of the case, Randall is a fine choice to assist you in your legal needs.
Randall K. Spencer aggressively advocates for his clients in all types of personal injury cases, specializing in auto accidents. He relentlessly defend the good name of those accused of crimes in Utah, while also vigorously defending the rights of those whose Title IX protections have been violated by the institutions that should have protected them from sexual assault, abuse and discrimination.