The Dyer Law Group has carefully cultivated and developed a boutique practice providing strategic and professional representation to clients since 1984.
Clients choose the Dyer Law Group because of our commitment to professionalism and excellence in representation of our clients. The Dyer Law Group's Martindale-Hubble listing is available for your review. Please feel free to peruse our AV Peer Rating, which showcases our high standing in the legal community. Our mission statement: The Dyer Law Group is dedicated to providing exemplary legal representation to the satisfaction of our clients, both in Utah and the international community. The Dyer Law Group has developed a unique legal practice that focuses on employment and labor law, civil litigation, personal injury, corporate representation and criminal defense. Our attorneys and legal assistants strive to provide passionate legal advocacy for our clients, to give wise counsel and advance the cause of the people we represent. Quality legal representation in litigation and in the courtroom is our goal. If you would like to set up an appointment for a consultation, please use the Contact Us link provided above. Please provide a brief description of your case in addition to all other information on the form to expedite processing of your case intake. If you would like further information on our fees or have other questions about our firm, our Contact Information is below.
The Langton House, 648 East 100 South
Salt Lake City UT 84102
The Dyer Law Group handles personal injury cases ranging in complexity from simple automobile accidents to complex wrongful death and health care malpractice suits.
Since its founding, the Dyer Law Group has helped those injured in accidents to recover both physically and financially. We have worked in a variety of fields, including wrongful death suits, car accidents, railroad accidents, pedestrian/car accidents and head & spinal injuries. Our experience provides us with the background necessary to approach our client's cases with an understanding of the personal injury claims process and to strive to achieve the best result for our clients.
Benjamin R. Dyer is the latest addition to Dyer Law Group. Ben graduated from Loyola University New Orleans College of Law in the Spring of 2011 and was employed with the Dyer Law Group for three summers as a law clerk before becoming an associate. Ben is dedicated to working with you to provide the best legal services possible.
Memberships and Admissions
-Utah State Bar, Member (2011).
-Admitted to practice before all Utah State Courts (2011) and the Federal District Court of Utah (2011).
-Utah Association for Justice
-Phi Alpha Delta, Legal Fraternity
-Sports and Entertainment Law Society, Loyola New Orleans College of Law O'Neill Chapter
-Loyola New Orleans College of Law, Juris Doctorate, 2011.
-University of Utah, Double Bachelor of Science: Political Science and Sociology, Criminology Certificate, 2008.
-Law Clerk with Dyer Law Group (summer 2009 - 2011).
-Internship with Utah State Senator Ross Romero (2006).
Loyola New Orleans College of Law
Juris Doctorate, 2011
Carey A. Seager maintains a litigation and appellate practice involving commercial litigation, criminal defense, labor and employment law and domestic law. Carey also represents personal injury victims involving pedestrians, trucks, automobile and motorcycle accidents including head and spinal injury. Carey is an AV rated attorney by Martindale-Hubbell.
-Utah State Bar 2002
-U.S. District Court, District of Utah 2002
-U.S. Supreme Court 2007
-Utah State Bar
-Supreme Court of the United States Bar
-The American Association of Justice (Member, Railroad Law Section)
-Utah Association of Justice
-University of College of Law, Salt Lake City, Utah, J.D. 2002
-University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah, B.S. (Political Science) 1998
-University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah, B.S. (Philosophy) 1998
State of Utah v. Hirschi, 2007 UT App 255, 167 P.3d 503; Utah Department of Human Services v. Hughes, 2007 UT 30, 156 P.3d 820; cert. denied 128 S.Ct. 202, 169 L.Ed.2d 38
University of College of Law
Juris Doctorate, 2002
Phillip W. Dyer is the senior trial counsel at Dyer Law Group PLLC. Phil has been a trial lawyer for more than twenty-six years with a focus on employment law, complex commercial disputes, constitutional challenges to governmental overreaching. and appeals in civil/criminal cases. Phil is an AV rated attorney by Martindale-Hubbell and has been named among Utah's Legal Elite since 2007.
-University of Utah, Bachelor of Science: Political Science and Sociology Majors, both magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, 1981
-University of Utah, J.D., 1984, member Utah Law Review 1983-1984
-Adjunct Instructor, Administrative Law, Salt Lake Community College
-American Inns of Courts Barrister David K. Watkiss, Sutherland II Inn of Court
Memberships and Admissions
-Utah State Bar, Member
-- Courts and Judge's Committee 1990-1993
-- Disciplinary Hearing Panel 1991-1993
-Federal Bar Association
-First Amendment Lawyer Association
-American Association for Justice
-Secretary, Utah Association for Justice
-Member, Board of Governors, Utah Association for Justice
-Admitted to practice before all Utah State Courts (1984), the Federal District Court of Utah (1984), the 10th Circuit Federal Court of Appeals (1997) and the U.S. Supreme Court (2007)
-Awards and Accolades
-Honored Professional of Who's Who Amongst Executives and Businesses (2002)
-Named a 2007 Legal Leader by Utah's Legal Elite.
Areas of Practice
-Labor and Employment Law
-Personal Injury Litigation
-Constitutional Law Litigation
-First Amendment Law
-Business Organization and Commercial Law
Salmon v. Davis County, 916 P.2d 890 (Utah 1996)(amicus); Lunnen v. Utah Department of Transportation, 886 P.2d 70 (Utah Ct.App. 1994); State of Utah v. Hirishi, 2007 UT APP 255; Utah Department of Human Services v. Hughes, 2007 UT 30; Facer v. Allen , 958 P.2d 919 (Utah 1998); O'Keefe v. Utah State Retirement Board, 959 P.2d 279 (Utah 1998)(amicus); Draughon v. Department of Financial Institutions, 975 P.2d 935 (Utah Ct. App. 1999)(amicus).
University of Utah
Juris Doctorate, 1984
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