Trucking & Tractor Trailer Injury
Attorneys in Montana & Wyoming

Stinson Law Group specializes in tractor-trailer crashes where people are injured by a truck driver or trucking company that has chosen not to follow the safety rules of the road.

Expert Team To Help You

Over 50 Years Of Combined Experience

Dedicated To Protecting People & Community

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For Truck & Trailer Crashes

A tractor-trailer often weighs in excess of 80,000 pounds. For comparison purposes, the Mother Of All Bombs (the “MOAB”) weighs only 22,600 pounds. With heavy truck traffic on I-80, I-25, I-90, and I-94, Wyoming and Montana residents suffer hundreds of truck crashes a year. Wyoming & Montana roads host a disproportionately high amount of tractor-trailer traffic for their mostly rural population.

For over two decades, Stinson Law Group has focused on tractor-trailer crash cases. We have handled death and serious injury truck crash cases across Wyoming and Montana. We know and understand the federal rules and regulations that trucking companies are supposed to follow to be safe and prevent death and harm to motorists on the road.

Our law firm welcomes referrals and case-sharing arrangements with other lawyers and firms. With a practice focused on Personal Injury Law, we handle cases many firms in Wyoming & Montana do not. We are happy to discuss a fee-split agreement with any referring attorney in accordance with the local Rules of Professional Conduct for Attorneys At Law.


With four decades of experience suing dangerous truck companies, we have the skill, training, and experience to win big rig crash cases. These cases are very hard fought by the multi-million dollar truck defense industry and it takes special training and experience to get the right result. Read about a recent result where a Highway Patrol Trooper was hit by a Sysco Truck.


As experienced lawyers, we prepare all cases, big or small, for trial. The lawyer that does not prepare your case for trial is an easy target for the other side and is likely to lose. The best settlement occurs when you, your lawyer, and your law team are ready for trial. At Stinson Law Group, we are ready for trial and the other side knows it.


Experience tells us using a “case team” best predicts a win. At Stinson Law Group our case team is a lead lawyer who will try your case if required, conduct settlement negotiations, and interact with the court and opposing counsel; a dedicated trial support lawyer for research and document preparation; and an experienced paralegal for organization and investigation.


You should feel comfortable to ask any question and get an understandable answer from your attorney. We pride ourselves on treating our clients respectfully, explaining things clearly, and answering all questions. This may well be your first time in the legal system, but we have thousands of hours of handling cases just like yours. We will guide you.

“When you have a legal issue, the system is tough to understand and impossible to navigate by yourself. It is a discouraging experience that leaves you feeling helpless. No person, family, or business should have to go through that alone. You need someone who will stand with you, and someone who can win for you. That person is Scott Stinson.”

— T. Fitzgerald, Stinson Law Group Client

“Ours is the only system in the world where one person, through the use of the legal system and a lawyer, can hold a business, a corporation or a person accountable for harm they caused.”

— Laurence Stinson, Partner, Stinson Law Group Client

“We felt from our first meeting we could put our trust in the Stinson Law Group and they would do their very best for us. The staff was always very kind and helpful anytime we called.”

— The Wakes, Stinson Law Group Client

“I highly recommend hiring the Stinson Law Group…! They are incredibly thorough, good communicators, and have a lot of experience to make you feel at ease with handling your case.”

— M. Joondeph, Stinson Law Group Client


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