Automobile Accident Attorney Services in Billings, MT
You work hard for your money, so when a work-related injury stops you, it can be overwhelming. Medical bills can become a burden when compounded with lost wages, whether you simply require time off to recover or cannot return to work due to total disability. Not to mention, the process of obtaining the compensation you deserve can be difficult to navigate alone. If you are injured on the job, we will help you get the compensation you need, assisting you through the entire process.
No one plans to be in an automobile accident – it’s why we call it an “accident.” However, accidents can result in a major, unexpected shift in your life due to serious injury, inaccurate reports, problems with insurance, and more. We will help you with any concerns you have after an auto accident, keeping your best interests in mind. We work to ensure that any resolutions to which you are entitled are received and will protect your rights and assets if necessary.
When you are injured in an accident, paperwork and questions will undoubtedly roll in from doctors, law enforcement, and your insurance, which can quickly become overwhelming. Our personal injury lawyers will assist you in understanding all of the legal procedures pertaining to your case, letting you know if you should pursue legal action. If legal action is needed, we will handle your case objectively, working with the various parties involved to get you the best settlement possible so all you need to concentrate on is healing.
Losing a loved one is never easy, but knowing the cause of death could have been prevented is devastating. Trying to come to terms with the loss becomes more difficult as expenses arise, and the sudden loss of wages from the deceased can cause financial strain for surviving family members. If you’ve experienced the wrongful death of a spouse, immediate family member or child due to the negligence of others, we will help you recoup any expenses incurred, removing the financial burden from an already difficult situation.
Insurance Bad Faith
Insurance companies, by law, owe their policyholders a duty of good faith and fair dealing. The law of providing clients with honesty and fairness is important enough to include in their contracts, so when this agreement is violated, the policyholder has a right to sue on a breach of contract claim. Violations can include if the company delays handling the claim, inadequately investigates a claim, refuses a reasonable settlement offer, and more. If you have been treated unfairly by your insurance company, we will work to get you the settlement you deserve so you can move forward with your life.
Montana Workers’ Compensation Court
Montana Department of Labor
Montana Supreme Court
2016 Workers’ Compensation Annual Report
Workers’ Compensation First Report of Injury Form