Frequently Asked Questions About Personal Injury Claims in Montana
Our Montana Personal Injury Lawyers Provide the Answers You Need
Taking on the legal system can seem overwhelming without prior knowledge or experience. However, dealing with a personal injury caused by an accident may leave you without any other options. Medical bills and time off work add up over time, but securing compensation through the legal system may alleviate these financial binds. Our Montana personal injury lawyers understand that this situation is not easy. That is why we dedicate our practice to helping those injured in various types of accidents.
With over 25 years of experience in this field, our Montana and North Dakota personal injury lawyers often hear similar questions from our clients. Below, we outline the most frequently asked questions we get about personal injury, car accident and motorcycle accident cases. For any questions not answered here, we encourage you to contact our office for more information.
Frequently Asked Questions by Practice Area
If you are seriously injured in an accident, you can file a personal injury claim for damages. Your case must show that your injuries arose due to the negligence of the person who caused the accident. If your case is successful, the liable party must pay out damages to compensate you for your injuries. Some expenses this compensation may cover include medical bills or treatments, lost wages, and attorney’s fees. Our Montana and North Dakota personal injury lawyers can help build the strongest case in your favor to secure these damages.
Frequently Asked Questions About Personal Injury
- What Are the Top Misconceptions About the Personal Injury Recovery Process?
- Should I Ever Admit Fault for an Accident?
- Should I Have My Vehicle Inspected or Appraised After an Accident?
- What Kind of Medical Records Should I Be Keeping?
- Is Montana a Fault or a No-Fault State?
Car accident cases are one of the most common forms of personal injury claims. Negligent drivers often cause car accidents that leave victims with more than just a damaged vehicle. Injuries from car accidents can range in severity, the effects of which can last indefinitely. However, receiving the compensation needed to deal with a serious injury is not easy. This is because car insurance companies implement various tactics to try and deny claims whenever they can. However, our Montana car accident lawyers are familiar with these tactics and know how to overcome them.
Frequently Asked Questions About Car Accidents
- How Important Is Medical Treatment to an Auto-Accident Claim?
- How Do I File a Car Insurance Claim?
- How Should Someone Handle Insurance in an Auto Accident Claim?
- What Steps Do I Need to Take After Being Involved in a Car Crash?
Accidents involving motorcycles are some of the most dangerous personal injury cases there are and can cause extremely severe injuries and death. This is because motorcycles leave their riders more exposed to risk of injury than other vehicles. Thus, another driver’s negligence can cause serious injury or even wrongful death when a motorcycle is involved. Unfortunately, this kind of accident is all too common, given that a motorcycle’s size is far smaller than most vehicles on the road. If this happened to you, we encourage you to pursue a personal injury case with our Montana and North Dakota motorcycle accident lawyers.
Frequently Asked Questions About Motorcycle Accidents
- What Damages Are Available in a Motorcycle Accident Claim?
- What Experience Do You Have in Handling Motorcycle Accident Claims?
- How Does It Impact My Injury Claim If I Was Not Wearing Safety Gear?
Have More Questions? Get the Answers You Need From Our Montana Personal Injury Lawyers
Every personal injury case is different depending on the kind of accident, the severity of injuries, and the strength of the case. Each of these factors will come together to influence the outcome of a claim. Having a Montana personal injury lawyer on your side will improve your odds of securing compensation. A trained attorney can assess these factors to determine what your case is worth. With this information in mind, you may be able to settle out of court. If your case goes to trial, you will want someone who is familiar with the legal system representing you.
Our law firm would be happy to answer any questions you have in a free consultation. To learn more about this process, contact our Kalispell office today. Our office serves clients in Kalispell, Columbia Falls, Whitefish, West Glacier and Big Fork. We have also served clients whose accidents occurred in Flathead County, Glacier National Park and the surrounding area. Additionally, we have a branch in Billings, which is in Southcentral Montana. Besides serving all of Montana, we are able to represent clients throughout North Dakota. To get started, give us a call at (406) 407-9099 or send us a message online.