Bliven Law Firm, P.C.



If you have been seriously injured on the job you may be entitled to benefits that you are not presently receiving. Find out about this complex area of law.

On the job injuries in Montana are generally subject to the Montana Workers’ Compensation Laws. This is not always true. Railroad employees are provided additional protection under the Federal Employee Liability Act. If an on the job injury is not covered by Workers’ Compensation, there may be other legal methods to recover compensation. In the area of Workers’ Compensation, the legislature enacts numerous changes every session. The compensation laws which apply depends upon when injury occurred and whether the injury relates to a previous injury. What to do if you are injured on the job:

What to do if you are injured on the job:

  • Report all on the job injuries to your employer immediately.
  • If you are injured and need medical attention file a claim with your employer’s workers’ compensation carrier.
  • Keep copies of all documents you complete and receive regarding your compensation case.

What does the Montana Workers’ Compensation Laws Cover? Generally, it provides benefits to employees who have been injured on the job as a result of an accident.

What benefits are provided under the Workers’ Compensation Law? Unfortunately for injured workers the benefits under the Workers’ Compensation Law are somewhat limited and highly regulated.

The Montana personal injury attorneys at Bliven Law Firm, P.C., handle all types of Personal Injury, Serious Injury, Workers’ Compensation and Railroad Injury matters in Kalispell, Columbia Falls, Whitefish, Bigfork, Flathead county, and throughout the state of Montana. If you have been injured by a car wreck or suffered any type of serious injury, call our Kalispell personal injury attorneys at (406) 755-6828 for a free consultation with an experienced attorney.