People across Montana come to Maring Williams Law Office first for legal
help after an accident. Why? We have worked diligently to make a name
for ourselves and become the most trusted firm for injury claims in the
state. For decades now, we have not slowed down at all.
We are the first choice for legal counsel because of our:
- 30+ years of law firm history
- 150+ years of total attorney experience
- Long history of successful case results
- List of positive client testimonials
Did you know that we also have Super Lawyers® and Best Lawyers®
members on our staff, too? To achieve these titles, an attorney must be
renowned for outstanding case results, professionalism, and business ethics.
In other words, you know that you can trust us completely with your case,
no matter how complicated it might be.
What Cases Do We Take?
Personal injury cases can take many different forms and involve many different
types of accidents. We have worked to continually expand our knowledge
about various injury claims, so you can come to us after any accident
or injury. Our extensive experience gives us the authority to stand up
to insurance companies and stubborn defendants.
Tell us if you need help with a claim that involves a:
- Car accident
- Motorcycle accident
- Truck accident
- Pedestrian accident
- Medical malpractice incident
- Catastrophic injury
- Wrongful death
- And more
What Money is Owed to You?
When another person causes you to suffer an injury, it is only right that
they pay for your damages and losses. The purpose of a personal injury
claim is to demand the money that will help you recover and, hopefully,
get back to how you were before the accident ever happened. At Maring
Williams Law Office, we can investigate your accident and injuries to
determine the right amount of compensation that should be paid to you.
We don’t want to leave even a dollar unclaimed if it should rightfully be yours.
The money owed to you can help pay for:
- Past and future medical costs
- Past and future lost wages
- Pain and suffering
- Permanent disability complications
- Reduced enjoyment of life
- And more
Montana Statute of Limitations
In Montana, you, generally, have three years after an accident to file
an injury claim against the party that hurt you. This is known as a three-year
statute of limitations. When the statute expires, you won’t be able
to file a claim except in extremely rare circumstances that you shouldn’t
rely on. It is always best to get a personal injury claim started as soon
as possible, while the details of the accident are still the freshest
in your mind.
Learn How to Start Your Case Today
Is it difficult to start a personal injury claim in Montana? It can be
if you try to do it alone! Team up with our Great Falls personal injury
attorneys at the first step in the process. With us leading the way, you
can be certain that your case is made correctly and has the strength to
stand up to the opposition.
free consultation with our firm, call
(701) 402-6644 now.