Kara H. North began her legal career in 2010, practicing with the largest litigation defense firm in Las Vegas, Nevada primarily in the areas of insurance defense, products liability and transportation. Kara joined Fillmore Spencer LLC in 2011. She has successfully argued for clients in district court and the Utah Court of Appeals. Kara also regularly represents clients in Mental Health Court at the Utah State Hospital. Kara enjoys spending time with her family, watching basketball, running half-marathons and volunteering in her community.
Focusing on personal injury, civil litigation and criminal defense
Kara focuses her practice on personal injury, civil litigation and criminal defense. Her experience in defending insurance companies against personal injury claims and other types of claims has provided her with important insights into how insurers prioritize and triage cases, and the lengths to which they will go to avoid paying out.
Hire an attorney who provides vigorous representation and compassionate counsel
Kara H. North helps Utah Valley residents with potentially life-changing legal matters and understands the pressures clients encounter and the stakes at hand. Whether you are seeking compensation for a serious injury or the loss of a loved one or defending your name and livelihood before a criminal or civil court, Kara provides staunch, aggressive representation of your rights and zealously seeks the justice you deserve.
Ashby v. Ashby, Utah's Case for Student Support Contracts During Divorce, S.J. Quinney College of Law, Journal of Law and Family Studies, Vol. 12, No. 2, 2010
Utah Valley University Alumni Board, Member
Saratoga Springs City Planning Commission, June 2013-June 2015
Miss Saratoga Springs Pageant Committee, Judge's Chair, 2012–present
Governor's Commission on Strengthening Democracy, Lobbying Legal Research Staff, 2009
Project Read Volunteer Tutor, 2002–2004
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