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Personal Injury & Wrongful Death

If you reside with a relative (by blood or marriage) who owns a vehicle, you would file a Personal Injury Protection claim with the insurance carrier of your relative’s vehicle. If you do not live with a relative who owns a vehicle, then you would obtain Personal Injury Protection benefits from the vehicle you were in at the time of the accident.


I wanted to thank the Draper Law firm for representing me in my recent personal injury case. It was truly a pleasure and honor to work with the firm, and I had a wonderful experience working with the staff, who was very friendly and courteous throughout the entire process.
The quality of legal service more than exceeded my expectations. The attorney answered all my questions, treated me with respect, and explained every detail - every step of the way. This was important to help me understand the process. In fact, I was made to feel like "part of the family" from the very first appointment.
I would definitely recommend the staff of attorneys at Draper Law Office to anyone who is seeking legal services, as I believe they, too, will have a great experience. In addition, should I ever need services again, Draper Law Office will be my first call.
Once again, I thank you and your staff for a wonderful and seamless experience; I would like others to also learn about it so they too can benefit from such great service.