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Kalispell Personal Injury Lawyers Who Will Fight for You
When an accident happens, life can change quickly. Serious injuries, damaged property, and legal proceedings may interrupt your everyday routine. However, seeking out the help of a trained attorney can alleviate these burdens.
The personal injury lawyers of Bliven Law Firm, P.C. represent real people harmed due to the negligent act of an individual or entity. We aim to help our clients get better, receive good care, and get back to their lives. Our attorneys do not represent insurance companies, banks or corporations. That is how our clients know we are on their side. With an office in Kalispell, we also serve clients in Columbia Falls, Whitefish, West Glacier, Big Fork, Flathead County and Glacier National Park.
How Our Kalispell Personal Injury Lawyers Can Help
Our clients come to us when an accident has left them with serious injuries. Holding another person or entity liable for these injuries is possible through a personal injury claim. Our personal injury lawyers walk our clients through this process, advising them about their best options along the way.
In general, this type of claim seeks to prove that another person’s negligence led to one’s injuries. Negligence here refers to behaviors that violate a basic duty of care that we owe others. Proving that another party’s negligence caused your injuries will make that party liable for them.
Pursuing a personal injury claim may seem like a daunting task. However, coping with life after a serious injury is likely more difficult. Injuries can be painful, long-lasting and impose drastic physical limitations. For these reasons, it is not uncommon for victims to miss work while trying to recover. Unfortunately, this means that a victim will suffer lost wages, all while medical bills continue to pile up. At the same time, many victims report psychological and emotional harms as a result of serious accidents. Two types of compensation are available to cover these kinds of damages:
- Economic damages. This includes quantifiable sums, like lost wages, lost earning capacity and medical bills for medicines or treatments.
- Non-economic damages. This will include more ambiguous harms, like pain and suffering, emotional anguish or loss of enjoyment of activities.
Securing compensation for these expenses through the legal process can help a victim cope during such a difficult time. Our personal injury lawyers have accomplished this for clients who suffer from:
Our Personal Injury Attorneys Offer Their Legal Services
Our personal injury lawyers offer legal services to the people of Kalispell and surrounding areas. These services will vary depending on the case’s strength, value and other details of a given case. However, our goal is always to fight for the best possible outcome for our clients.
Typically, we try to settle personal injury claims out of court when possible. Settlement negotiations can take time, but taking a case to court often takes longer. At the same time, reaching a settlement agreement can save on money that would have gone toward court fees. Saving both time and money is why settling out of court is usually in the best interest of all parties involved.
However, if settlement negotiations do not produce the results we believe our client deserves, our personal injury lawyers have the experience to handle your case in court. If you need legal help with a personal injury lawsuit, contact our office today to discuss your situation.
Injured in Montana? Contact a Kalispell Personal Injury Lawyer Who Will Fight for You
When someone else’s negligence causes serious harm, you need someone who will fight for the compensation you need. The personal injury lawyers of Bliven Law Firm, P.C. fight for real people who have been unfairly hurt. After more than 25 years representing the people of Montana, we have plenty of experience doing just this under our belt.
If you have suffered an injury in Montana and would like to learn more, contact our office to set up your free consultation. We can assess your case’s worth, walk you through your options and, if we can take your case, we can help you overcome the legal obstacles standing in your way. Get started by giving us a call at (406) 407-9099 or by leaving us a message online.