Advocating For Montana Personal Injury Victims
Victims of personal injury are often denied the compensation they deserve. If you have been left to struggle with medical bills, lost wages and the cost of other damages because the person responsible for your pain or their insurance company refuses to offer you fair payment, an experienced lawyer can help.
At Knight & Dahood, we have over 90 years of combined experience pursuing the compensation personal injury victims in Montana are entitled to. Whether you were hurt in a car accident, suffered from medical malpractice or were injured by a defective product, we will fight for the payment you deserve.
Full-Service Personal Injury Practice
Over the decades, we have worked to obtain full compensation for clients who suffered from:
- Motor vehicle accidents
- Slip-and-falls (premises liability)
- Products liability
- Workplace injuries
- Medical malpractice
If the person who caused your pain is uninsured or underinsured, we will explain your rights and help you pursue every avenue of compensation available. Our team of attorneys will take care of the legal matters so that you can focus on getting better.
With You Every Step of the Way
When you need medical care, and the insurance adjuster offers less than you deserve, it can be tempting to accept their offer. This is exactly what they want. Insurance companies are only worried about their bottom line, and they will do what they can to avoid compensating you fairly for your injury-related damages.
We understand the way insurance companies approach personal injury cases and are prepared to do what it takes to aggressively protect our clients. We will skillfully negotiate with the insurance company, advocate for you in trial and, if necessary, pursue your interests in an appeal.
Put Our Experience On Your Side
Call 406-565-4804 or contact us online to schedule a free personal injury consultation at our Anaconda office. We do not want attorney’s fees to add to your financial concerns, so we handle all personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis. This means that you will not owe us fees unless we recover damages for you.