When you are seeking compensation from the party at fault of an accident, you may need to think outside the box. At Odegaard Miller Law, PLLC, our Montana injury lawyers focus on helping plaintiffs to seek compensation from third parties who may be partially responsible for an accident.
For example, if you are involved in an accident while driving a delivery truck, the obvious choice may be to pursue a workers' compensation claim.
What you may not know is that you also have the right to sue an individual who was individually responsible for the crash. For example, you may be able to sue a distracted driver, the city, if dangerous road conditions caused the accident, or you may even be able to sue the manufacturer if there was a defect in your vehicle.
Our Montana accident lawyers can also do conduct their research to determine which third party claims have the most merit, and will then pursue those claims.
For instance, we can help you contact an insurance carrier and notify them that an accident occurred with one of their policy holders. Our firm will then provide additional details about the accident; if the third party insurer agrees that its policyholder caused the accident, then the insurance company may pay for your accident expenses. In some cases, you won't even need to involve your insurer if the other driver carries the proper type of and amount of protection.
Odegaard Miller Law, PLLC is focused on helping you with your case regardless of your situation and will advise you on your case and help determine if there are any other individuals who were responsible for your accident.
Helping clients navigate the complications of the insurance and claims industry. We have the experience to help you receive the maximum compensation available so you can receive the best care and focus on recovery.
Receive the closure and financial compensation to which you and your family are entitled.
It is critical that you work with an attorney who has the experience, knowledge, and skill to handle cases involving both commercial and personal vehicle accidents. And, it is critical you hire an attorney who knows, thoroughly, the injury laws in Montana.
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