Steven Edmonds is a shareholder with Strong & Hanni where he is a member of the firm’s Litigation Practice Group. Steven practices primarily in civil litigation. His practice involves representing clients in a variety of disputes including premises liability, product liability, personal injury, property damage, real estate disputes, breach of contract actions, construction defect, automobile claims, and insurance coverage issues.
Prior to attending law school, Steven graduated with a degree in business finance and worked for John Deere as a financial analyst specializing in debt financing and foreign exchange markets.
Outside of work, Steven enjoys hiking, camping, woodworking, playing racquetball, barbecuing (and eating) good food, and spending time with his wife and two daughters.
Chard v. Chard, 2019 UT App 209, 456 P.3d 776
Northern Utah Healthcare Corporation v. Ascent Construction, et al., Case No. 01-19-0002-4262 (filed with the American Arbitration Association) – Obtained a defense verdict resulting in no award of damages to the claimant after 8 days of a final arbitration hearing involving a multimillion-dollar commercial construction dispute.
Moore v. Rowland, Case No. 190907412 – Obtained a “no cause of action” defense jury verdict.
Garrigan v. Mercer Automotive, Case No. 218200036 SC – Obtained a defense verdict at trial awarding the claimant no damages.
Vazquez-Flores v. AAMCO Transmission & Total Car Care, Case No. 198100032 SC – Obtained a “no cause of action” defense judgment at trial.
Schwed v. Plowgian Auto Repair, Inc., Case No. 188400090 SC – Obtained a “no cause of action” defense judgment at trial.