Personal Injury Attorney
Tyler Christensen has extensive experience handling medical malpractice claims and he is highly familiar with all aspects of medical malpractice litigation, from medical records and jargon to the inner workings of the healthcare system. He has handled many cases involving orthopedic implants, dangerous medical devices, and medical negligence of various kinds. He has worked with the legal team at Intermountain Healthcare and served as the Human Tissue Coordinator at Intermountain Medical Center, where he developed an in-depth understanding of FDA and JCAHO regulations while handling non-vascularized human tissues used in the operating room.
During his time in law school, he was an Associate Editor for the Journal of Public Law and a winner of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Competition. He also served as an SBA Officer and Vice President of the Federalist Society. He was also a mediator for small claims courts in Murray and Sandy, where he gained valuable experience mediating resolutions in complex cases.
Tyler decided to become an attorney because he saw that the healthcare system is stacked against patients. While working in the healthcare system, Tyler learned that doctors and insurance companies are largely self-regulated, which often allows doctors and other healthcare professionals to get away with causing serious harm to patients. It often does not go well for patients when someone gets hurt because of a doctor’s negligence or when an insurance company refuses to take care of their clients, which is why Tyler has worked hard to become the best possible representative and advocate for clients who have been injured through medical malpractice.
Tyler is passionate about helping injured patients tip the scales in their favor, and his favorite thing about his work is holding doctors, hospitals, and large healthcare entities accountable when they harm patients.
- J. Reuben Clark Law School (Juris Doctorate)
- University of Utah (B.S. in Psychology)
- Supreme Court of Utah