All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘auto accident’

  • PTpicture

    Physical Therapy

    A person who never has to pick up the phone and call a lawyer is probably better off than the person who has had occasion to call a lawyer numerous times in their life. (Sure, I’m a lawyer, but I’m realistic: it’s almost never a …

    Read More

  • MP900424376


    I can’t tell you how many people have I’ve talked to who’ve been in an accident and say, “thank goodness I didn’t get hurt.  My neck’s a little sore, but it’s only whiplash.” Granted, I agree that it’s a wonderful thing to be able to …

    Read More

  • Anatomy

    Anatomy of an Injury Lawsuit

    One thing I love about this line of work is the variety. There are many different kinds of injury lawsuits. They range from auto accidents to building code violations to professional malpractice. Each client is different. Witnesses to a case are varied in both their knowledge and ability …

    Read More

  • MP900442518

    The Journey of An Injury Lawsuit

    A question I get asked pretty regularly is: “so, if I hire a lawyer, does that mean I’m going to trial?”  In injury cases, the answer is “probably not.” In Montana, the statute of limitations for negligence is 3 years. Which means that, in most injury …

    Read More

  • MP900411731

    What’s a Settlement Conference?

    A settlement conference, here in Montana, is an informal “mediation.”  I put the word mediation in quotes because it might carry more technical overtones than I mean.  Boiled down, a settlement conference is a meeting between parties in a dispute to try to settle a …

    Read More

Page 3 of 5«12345»

Disclaimer: This website is intended to be used only for educational purposes, to give you a general understanding of the law and is not intended to provide specific legal advice to any situation. Laws vary from state to state and the information contained in this website addresses only Montana law, unless otherwise noted. Legal issues are varied and complex and this website should not be used as a substitute for competent legal advice from an attorney in your state. If you have a specific questions regarding your situation, please call an attorney. None of the information contained on this website creates an attorney-client privilege.