Michael E. Day
For over 20 years, Michael has represented injury victims and their families in catastrophic injury cases involving wrongful death, traumatic brain injury, medical malpractice, and serious personal injury. With his exceptional skill in communication, negotiation, arbitration, and going to trial, Michael has obtained numerous six- and seven-figure recoveries for his clients.
Michael also has a broad range of experience in other areas of the law, such as probate, trust and estate litigation, real estate litigation, and estate planning. He has litigated and tried cases throughout Utah, and in Wyoming, and has appeared before the Utah Court of Appeals, the Utah Supreme Court, and the Wyoming Supreme Court. He has been selected as one of Utah’s “Legal Elite” by Utah Business Magazine. Regardless of the size or complexity of each client’s case, Michael prides himself on giving each case his full attention and maintaining active and meaningful communication with each client.
Michael is a graduate of the University of Utah (B.A. Business Management 1994) and the University of Utah College of Law (J.D. 1997), where he graduated in the top 15% of his class and was twice a Leary Scholar. Following law school, Michael served as a judicial law clerk on the Utah Supreme Court. Michael is a former volunteer Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) for Draper City Ambulance. He also speaks Spanish and French.
When away from the office, Michael enjoys spending time with his family, hiking, backcountry skiing, and climbing mountains. Most recently, he summitted Mont Blanc in the French Alps.