Litigating personal injury claims requires skill, acumen and diligence throughout all stages of the claim. This includes an eye for detail in analyzing the factual and legal issues that drive personal injury claims. Our expertise extends to all personal injury claims, including:

  • Motor vehicle accidents — Cars, motorcycles, trucks, bicycles and pedestrians
  • Premises liability — Defective and dangerous premises conditions
  • Recreational accidents — Snowmobiles, ATVs and horseback riding
  • Medical malpractice — Surgical errors, emergency room errors and misdiagnosis
  • Traumatic brain injuries — Car accidents, falls and industrial accidents

Our experience will be the most important key to success in your personal injury claim or lawsuit. We are prepared to fight for you through effective strategies, including:

Understanding the injuries and losses: Every personal injury case involves our on-staff registered nurse, Ellen Carey, R.N., who works with our attorneys to conduct thorough interviews, review your medical records and consult with doctors and specialists to make sure you receive the medical care you require.

Discovering the true causes of an accident: We dedicate time and effort to investigating the mechanisms and causes of accidents. If a person or entity was negligent in causing your accident, we will pursue all legal remedies to ensure that you are fully compensated.

Consulting with the right witnesses and experts: We handle all aspects of your personal injury case, including finding and obtaining testimony from witnesses, including expert witnesses such as industrial engineers, mining experts, accident reconstructionists, and medical and vocational professionals.

Preparing every case as if for trial: Although most cases settle out of court, we prepare every case for trial and are fully prepared to take your case to a judge and jury if necessary.

Contact Us To Learn About The Keys To Success In Your Personal Injury Case

The attorneys at Carey Law Firm, P.C., work on a contingency fee basis, so there is no charge if there is no recovery. It's that simple. Contact our Missoula law office at 406-552-4804 or contact us online for a free initial consultation.