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If you have been injured in Montana or Wyoming due to the negligence or safety rule violations of others we encourage you to contact us before you talk to the insurance company for the other side. The consultation is free and confidential.
Insurance companies are not there to protect you, no matter what their agents and adjustors tell you. Insurance companies are there to protect and preserve their profits. We are dedicated to helping you recover your medical bills, lost wages, physical and mental health, and lifestyle.
From car crashes to bad medicine to defective and unsafe products, Stinson Law Group has handled, settled, and tried these cases for many years. We have recovered millions of dollars for our clients to help them fix the harm caused by the safety violations of corporations, trucking companies, insurance companies, and others.
Bringing a lawsuit against another party is something most people would like to avoid. But, if you have been injured, it is often the only way to ensure you are treated fairly and that you receive the compensation you deserve for being unable to work, for facing chronic pain, and for facing diminished family life and quality of life.
Most personal injury cases are restricted by statutes of limitations. If you have been injured, it is important to quickly discuss your case with a qualified personal injury attorney who can explain how the statute of limitations may affect you.
The cost of the lawsuit is correlated to the outcome. Stinson Law Group takes personal injury cases on a contingency basis. We only get paid if you do.
Personal injury cases generally take twelve to sixteen months to resolve. However, some cases get a quick result and are resolved much faster.
A lawsuit filed by former Wyoming Highway Patrol Trooper Rodney Miears against Sysco Montana over a June 2015 crash resulted in a confidential settlement. The driver of the Sysco truck never saw Miears’ patrol car coming, saying that he had been distracted. As reported in the Powell Tribune.
We obtained a financial settlement for an eight-year-old boy hit in a three-car automobile accident in which glass tore open his face and went in towards his eye. He was able to use the funds from the settlement to go to college.
After a 55-year-old man suffered severe injuries when he was crushed, pinned between a forklift and the back of a truck due to faulty brakes on the forklift, we obtained a significant financial settlement which covered his medical bills and helped pay for retraining in a new vocation.
We sued the national store chain and manufacturer of a dangerous display item which collapesed on a woman, permanently disabling her. She was able to pay for rehabilitation, pain medication, and her surgery, as well as take significant time off work to heal.
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