Andrew

Fox

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Salt Lake City, UT
Practice anywhere in the state
Licensed in UT
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About Andrew

Andrew Fox has been practicing law since 2016, focusing on litigation. He has represented clients for claims in diverse areas of law, including family law, personal injury, medical malpractice defense, employment law, debt collection, bankruptcy, and constitutional law.

Andrew’s priority is to work closely with his clients to achieve efficient and effective results by way of tenacious advocacy. He strives to align his tactics and objectives with his client’s goals in handling cases. He enjoys the various aspects of litigation, ranging from strategy and planning that go into research and brief writing, to the in-person chess matches that take place during depositions, court hearings, and trial.

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