While Glazier Law Firm, P.C. practices in a wide variety of legal arenas, we tend to specialize in personal injury claims. Personal injury claims may include such things as:
Under Montana Law, if you have been injured because of the negligence of another, you may be compensated for your damages.
There are two different types of bodily injury damages:
Economic Damages: These Damages include such things as past and future medical expenses, past and future wage loss, property damage done to your vehicle, loss of earning capacity and other out-of-pocket expenses.
Non-economic Damages: These damages include such things as pain and suffering, inconvenience and loss of quality of life.
Often people wonder if their injuries are significant enough to justify hiring an attorney; how much their pain and suffering is worth; and if they are being treated fairly by the individual handling their claim.
Glazier Law Firm, P.C. has a FREE CONSULTATION in order to answer these questions.
Why do you need an attorney? You have to remember that many times the less an insurance company pays you, the more money they make. From our experience, many insurance companies begin to devalue your claim from the start. Insurance companies devalue your damaged vehicle or require the body shop to install secondary products on your vehicle. Insurance companies may tell you what type of medical treatment they will pay for and when they think you have had enough. From our experience, insurance companies attempt to settle a claim for much less than its true value. In the end, you lose your time and money due to no fault of your own.
One of the most important things to consider when deciding whether to hire an attorney is what benefits we offer you. Most importantly, we practice in this area of law every day. We know what the insurance companies are required to do and the things they cannot do. Second, we know how to gather all the relevant information and present it to the insurance companies in a manner to give you the greatest benefit. Third, we are friendly, understanding and easy to work with during your time of need.
Attorneys are paid in two different ways. First, we always accept (and prefer) to be paid hourly. Second, we accept cases on a contingency basis meaning that we take a percentage of what we are able to recover for you. Typically, we take cases on a contingency basis. Thus, our goals are the same; to get you the best monetary recovery possible.