Kenneth Bills

Kenneth Bills: Attorney with The Advocates - Driggs, Bills & Day PC

Biography

Ken started his practice in 1994 with Matt Driggs, opening Driggs, Bills & Day in Salt Lake City, Utah. Ken worked on mass tort claims as well as personal injury cases. In his career, Ken has settled thousands of injury claims and helped tens of thousands of clients get back on their feet.

In 1991, Ken graduated from The University of Utah with a degree in Finance, and went on to continue schooling at The University of Utah to get a Master’s degree in business administration. He graduated law school in 1994 with his juris doctorate degree and joined Matt Driggs in creating the Advocates Law.

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
801-326-0809  Phone
801-931-2552  Fax
www.injuryadvocatesmontana.com/kenneth-bills
Year of First Admission:
1994
Admission:
United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit; United States District Court for the District of Utah; 2006, Washington; 1994, Utah
ISLN:
1000270124
Payment Information:
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