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If you were injured through no fault of your own at work or in a car, truck, motorcycle or other accident, call us. We also help victims of doctor and hospital errors get the compensation they need to move forward or regain “wholeness.”
We understand how to handle ATV injuries, watercraft crashes, and boating accidents. We are experienced with all types of accidents and injuries that happen, including snowmobile crashes, flyover accidents involving Cessnas and helicopters, and guided excursions that turn tragic. In certain circumstances, we can help injured skiers as well.
While a car crash can happen anywhere, in our decades of legal practice, we frequently see accidents on U.S. Highway 93, to and from Glacier National Park, as well as along Interstate 90. Some have referred to this area as the “crash corridor.” Car accidents also tend to increase in the first one to two weeks after the first snowfall or ice storm.
We work with Montana law enforcement to ensure that the pertinent details of your accident are revealed. We also go to the scene to investigate first-hand and request additional evidence whenever we believe we do not have all of the facts.
An attorney can help you understand what type of compensation you can expect. An insurance company adjuster’s job is to offer you the lowest payment he or she thinks you will take, no matter the cost of your medical expenses, family bills, lost work or how much you’ve suffered. You need someone on your side who knows what your case is really worth; someone who will fight for what you truly deserve.
You can call our firm any time following an incident; however, the best time to call is often right after the event so that we can gather and preserve crucial evidence and eyewitness accounts when needed.
Whenever possible, we help you find and get the resources you need to manage chronic pain, work through post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), cope with depression or grief, and be made whole again. We are a large enough firm to take on the major insurance companies, but small enough to offer personal, dedicated, and local legal services.