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Montana Personal Injury Lawyer

Gannett Sowden Law, PLLClitigates personal injury cases throughout Montana. Litigation is not always the best option, and many cases settle favorably before ever reaching the courtroom. When we handle your case, we help you weigh the options and possibilities regarding settling or continuing through litigation.

Motor Vehicle Accidents: Our attorneys provide comprehensive help to car accident and truck crash victims. We handle all interactions with the insurance companies seeking fair compensation for your losses. We understand losses involving injuries, medical bills and lost wages can be overwhelming. We respond with experienced legal advocacy that protects your rights and interests.

Premises Liability: Property owners have the responsibility to provide safe and secure properties for occupants and visitors. When these responsibilities are overlooked, serious injury can occur from slips and falls, physical assaults and other accidents. Our firm holds property owners accountable for their negligence.

Products Liability: Consumers purchase products expecting the products will be safe to use. If you have been injured by a defective product, you may have a claim against the negligent manufacturer, designer, marketer or retailer responsible for the injury.

Construction and Industrial Site Accidents: Were you injured while working at a construction site or industrial site? You may think your only remedy is through Montana’s workers’ compensation laws. However, you may also have a cause of action against a third party such as a subcontractor or independent company. Our firm can discuss the specific details of your injury to determine if you have a third party liability claim.

Nursing home neglect & abuse Families place loved ones in nursing homes with the expectation that these nursing homes provide quality care. This can be a difficult decision for many people. They know that, in many situations, their elderly loved one cared for them when they were young. They weigh their options carefully and often visit several nursing homes to find one that will provide the best care for their mother, father or other loved one.

Past results afford no guarantee of future results and that every case is different and must be judged on its own merits.