Experienced Counsel from Injury Attorneys in Billings
Edwards & Culver has many years of experience with claims against railroads in Montana, including toxic spills, contract claims, soil contamination, and personal injury or wrongful death lawsuits for railroad crossing accidents.
If you or a loved one was involved in a serious or fatal railroad accident anywhere in the state, contact us for a free consultation with attorneys who know how to protect your interests against a tough opponent.
What Edwards & Culver Brings to the Table
Our familiarity with the state and federal regulations related to safe railroad operations gives us a good idea of what to look for when investigating the cause of a given accident. Just as significantly, our experience with the details of investigation, accident reconstruction, and forensics helps us develop a solid understanding of just what caused the crash at a particular time and place.
Whether the key to proof of your claims lies in the train's data-recording "black box," the hiring and training records of its crew, or the maintenance of a crossing signal, our team of personal injury lawyers knows how to work with the evidence in railroad crossing accident cases.
Statewide Client Service in Railroad Accidents
Our practice is truly statewide. We're able to quickly get to the scene of an accident anywhere in Montana. We're also able to advance the expenses involved with expert review and testimony concerning the technical aspects of your claims. We only recover fees and expenses if we collect compensation for you through settlement or trial.
To find out more about our experience with railroad accident litigation, contact us for a free consultation!
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