Protecting Workers Injured in Montana Mining Accidents
If you or a family member suffered a serious injury at a mining operation or oil rig anywhere in Montana, Edwards & Culver can help. Our understanding of mine safety regulations, the different hazards involved with the extraction and refining of different minerals, and the practical demands of complex litigation against powerful corporate opponents can all give you an advantage seeking a favorable resolution of your claim.
Statewide Client Service in Mining, Quarry & Oil Rig Accidents
Our personal injury lawyer team represents workers and their families in negligence litigation related to severe or fatal accidents involving explosions, electrocution, falls from heights, logging and land clearance injuries or equipment defects in mining operations all over Montana. We have the ability to fly anywhere in the state to inspect the accident scene and gather evidence in the immediate aftermath of a serious injury.
Our attorneys work closely with consulting experts to make sure we present a thoroughly documented damages demand in mining accidents of all kinds, including, but not limited to, the following:
- Coal mining
- Gold mining
- Platinum mining
- Limestone extraction
- Oil and gas development
Over the last 30 years, we at Edwards & Culver have learned a lot about the mining industry in general and different mineral extraction hazards in particular. As well as seeking damages for personal injury and wrongful death injuries related to employee accidents, we also sue mining companies for damages related to pollution and negligent land maintenance and restoration practices. Edwards & Culver is an AV-rated* law firm with an outstanding reputation for skill, integrity and client service throughout the West.
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