Personal Injury Attorney Craig Swapp practices law in Utah, Washington, Idaho and Colorado. He has dedicated his legal efforts to helping individuals who have been hurt or killed as the result of someone else’s negligence or wrong doing, including accidents involving cars, commercial trucks, public transportation, motorcycles, bicycles and pedestrians.
He is a zealous advocate for his clients in their fight against big business and the multi-billion dollar insurance industry.
Craig is an active member of the Utah, Washington and Idaho Associations for Justice. He is a former member of the Board of Governors for the Utah Association for Justice and has been actively involved with their legislative efforts.
Craig is also a long-time member of the American Association for Justice.
Craig and his team of lawyers have been recognized by peer groups and community groups for their effective advocacy on behalf of their clients.
Craig is the familiar face of Craig Swapp & Associates’ "One Call, That’s All" advertising campaign in Utah, Washington and Idaho.
The firm’s advertising message is designed to help educate and provide an answer to those who have been injured and need to bring healing back into their lives.
The firm’s marketing message augments the many referrals the firm receives from prior and existing clients, medical providers, other attorneys and friends of the firm.
Craig has proven over the years that he really cares about each client and will do whatever he and the firm can do to help.
Craig graduated from the University of Utah School of Accountancy in 1988 with a bachelor’s of science degree in Accounting.
After spending a short time in a large public accounting firm Craig realized his talents and passions could be better used in the practice of law helping level the playing field for those being taken advantage of by big business or government.
Craig graduated from the University of Utah College of Law in 1991 with a Juris Doctorate degree. While at the University of Utah College of Law, Craig served as a senior editor for the Journal of Contemporary Law. Craig also enjoyed and succeeded at his trial advocacy and moot court competitions.
Craig is married to his college sweetheart Susan and they are the proud parents of four daughters and one son. Craig is an avid reader and loves to travel with his family. He is actively involved in his community, especially in campaigning for improved child safety and awareness. Craig is also a supporter of Justice for All, a charitable group designed to provide legal services to those who can not afford to pay.
Craig loves what he does and finds great satisfaction in helping his clients get back on their feet after difficult and often tragic events. He welcomes any feedback regarding the efforts of the Craig Swapp & Associates Team, and will personally address any issues or concerns that may come to his attention.
He looks to provide the very best legal service possible and to turn clients into long term friends of the firm.