Montana Professional Liability Lawyer

Resolving Liability Claims Against Professionals in Montana

Practically every family and business depends on the diligence and skill of a professional at one time or another, and you're entitled to expect the professionals working for you to perform at least to the prevailing standards of the profession. State licensing and disciplinary boards define and enforce standards for teachers, nurses, accountants, attorneys, stockbrokers and many other professionals.

Call 888-706-7461 or 406-794-3121 for Counsel on Professional Liability Issues

If you feel that your family or business has suffered a loss due to the incompetence or dishonesty of a licensed professional anywhere in Montana, contact Edwards, Frickle & Culver, Montana Trial Attorneys in Billings for a free consultation about your options.

In many cases, professional liability insurance will cover your claim. In other instances, state client protection programs will cover at least a portion of your losses if the defendant lacks the resources to meet them. Either way, our lawyers will be able to help you toward the recovery of your losses.

We handle negligence, malpractice and fraud claims against Montana professionals in many fields, including:

  • Real estate, including property appraisal and title services
  • Construction professionals from building contractors to architects or engineers
  • Accounting and tax services
  • Law
  • Securities brokers and dealers
  • Insurance

We consider our ability to pursue licensed professionals on negligence claims as an essential aspect of our commitment to consumer protection throughout the state. To work with an experienced trial lawyer on professional liability issues anywhere in Montana, contact the AV-rated* law firm of Edwards, Frickle & Culver for a free consultation.

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