In 1950, Clarence Richard Henriksen, Sr., the son of Scandinavian immigrants, graduated from law school at the University of Utah. In 1964, he bought a small building at 320 South 500 East. In this building, he started a legacy that would continue to influence all who associated with him.
Richard Sr. went on to have a distinguished career. As an experienced trial lawyer, he was the original founder of the Utah Trial Lawyers Association (now known as Utah Association for Justice). For twenty-five years he was also a member of the governing board of the American Association for Justice (formerly known as the Association of Trial Lawyers of America - the largest organization of trial lawyers in the United States). In his fifty years of practice, he assisted thousands of individuals to receive just and full compensation. He was a master trial lawyer, teacher and mentor.
In 1979, Richard Sr.'s son, C. Richard Henriksen, Jr. graduated from the law school at the University of Utah. He joined the practice and until Richard Sr. retired, the two worked side by side, serving the community—their friends and family. In 2006, Richard Jr.'s son, Robert M. Henriksen, joined the practice after graduating cum laude from law school.
Keith L. Johnson, Esq. joined the firm in 2011 after previously working at a mid-size regional firm. Although not a "Henriksen," Keith works hard to practice in the same mold that has made the firm successful for many years.
Today, our attorneys continue to lead Henriksen & Henriksen, just as it began years ago. Henriksen & Henriksen still provides the best knowledge and tools to accomplish your goals in all aspects of the law. They still test the evidence. They are still dedicated to getting the best results for their clients.
Don’t wait. Call us at (801) 521-4145 or fill this form to speak with an attorney. We will give you a free consultation and if we can’t gather enough evidence to make your case one that should be pursued, we will help you explore other avenues of resolution.