What if I can’t afford an attorney?
We understand that injuries impose significant emotional and financial strains. We want to help relieve those strains, which is why we accept all our personal injury cases on a contingent fee basis. That means we pay all the upfront expenses of your case while you focus on recovering. You owe us nothing, and we only take a fee if we win your case.
How do I know if I have a case?
If you were injured in any way—physically, emotionally, or financially—then you may have a case. All individuals and companies owe a “duty of care” to others, which means they cannot negligently endanger others. If you have been injured by someone’s negligence, request a free consultation.
What if I was partly to blame for my injuries?
Montana is a comparative fault state, which means that even if you were partly at fault you can still recover compensation so long as others were at least 50% at fault.
How much is my case worth?
Many factors influence the value of a case, including the nature of your injuries, the extent of your economic loss, and how clear the other party’s negligence is. Once we have investigated your case, we will be able to give you a good sense of the value of your case.
Should I accept the insurance company’s offer?
Insurance companies are not your friends; they are businesses. They make money by settling your case as quickly as possible for as little money as possible. We work hard to get you maximum compensation for your injuries.
How soon should I contact a lawyer?
As soon as possible. Montana law disallows a lawsuit after a certain period of time has passed. If you have been injured in a motor vehicle accident, or any other type of incident, you need to speak to an experienced Helena personal injury and car accident attorney today.
I have a question you have not answered.
We are available to answer your questions. Request a free consultation.