Montana Disabling Injury Lawyers

Montana Brain and Spinal Cord Injury Claims

With a 30-year record of client service in complex personal injury litigation, the trial attorneys of Edwards, Frickle & Culver, Montana Trial Attorneys have long experience with the proof of damages in the most serious and disabling injury cases — brain injury, burn injury and spinal cord injury.

If you or a family member needs legal advice about your options in the aftermath of a disabling injury caused by negligence, contact our office in Billings for a free consultation. We serve the needs of accident victims throughout Montana, and we do so on terms that make it convenient for our clients no matter where they might be.

Statewide Client Service on Catastrophic Injury Claims

We have the means necessary to fly anywhere to minimize the inconvenience of a long-distance relationship with your lawyer. This also allows us to get a head start on evidence preservation and accident scene inspection in any of Montana's remote areas.

In the most serious accident cases, you'll need dependable advice about the damages issues involved in the lawsuit: what's the fair value of your losses, and how will you prove that value? Our ability to evaluate accident losses, project future treatment needs and present reliable expert testimony on disputed aspects of your damages demand can make the decisive difference in a close case. It can also protect you from the risk of accepting an inadequate settlement offer.

Whether your claim relates to a car accident, a truck accident or a case of medical malpractice, we can present your damages claim with detailed supporting evidence in terms the defendant, its insurers and a trial jury can understand.

This approach to the proof of damages in disabling and permanent injury cases can benefit you and your family in litigation involving such losses as:

  • Traumatic brain injury, from moderate TBI to extended coma or persistent vegetative state
  • Spinal cord injury leading to paralysis or quadriplegia
  • Amputation
  • Severe burns
  • Extensive scarring or disfigurement
  • Loss of hearing or eyesight

For more information about our experience with the proof of claims in the most severe personal injury cases, contact Edwards, Frickle & Culver for a free consultation.