Odegaard Kovacich Snipes is a serious personal injury, workers’ compensation, environmental, and asbestos law firm practicing throughout the state of Montana with offices in Helena, Great Falls, and Billings. Our lawyers are aggressive, empathetic advocates who have been representing Montanans collectively for 100+ years. With deep resources dedicated to supporting our clients’ cases, we take on the toughest cases and go up against some of the largest corporations in the nation.
We view each case as an opportunity to serve others and recognize we are fortunate to assist clients in their time of need. Inspired by our fellow Montanans, we diligently work and steadfastly fight for every one of our clients, every day.
Our team has a reputation as strong litigators and trusted advisors in the greater Montana legal community. We draw upon our decades of combined experience to help our clients receive the maximum compensation available.
We believe that communication and accessibility are key. When you work with us, you will know what is happening with your case from beginning to end, that you are getting the care you deserve, and that we are working hard to get you the best possible outcome - the outcome you deserve.
Odegaard Kovacich Snipes has the foundation of strong local relationships within our community proudly serving Communities in Montana.
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Can Your Smart Phone Save Your Life?
Your smart device might be able to automatically detect when you're in an accident, ask if you're alright, and automatically call 911.
A $65.5 Million Jury Verdict for Montana Farmers
A unique case awarding Montana farmers for breach of contract and punitive damages which makes it one of the larger verdicts in Montana according to Montana's Department of Agriculture.