Defective Firearms: Help For Injured Victims
An accidental shooting can leave an entire family reeling and wondering how to cope with the grief. By consulting with an experienced firearm accident attorney, you can understand how these cases are handled as personal injury or product defect cases. You may be entitled to be fully compensated for your loss, including compensation for lost wages, medical expenses, interference with daily living activities, and physical and emotional pain and suffering.
If you have questions or concerns about what to do after a firearm injury or fatal accident, contact us at the Ramler Law Office, P.C. today by calling 406-924-4810. A Bozeman defective firearms attorney at our office can review your case and help you understand your rights.
The most common type of firearm accident is an accidental discharge. Whether the weapon was found to be defective or if you were accidentally injured by another individual, our firm can assist you in seeking compensation for the injuries you have suffered.
A firearm accident can cause a range of injuries, including:
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Spinal cord injuries
- Soft tissue damage
- Internal organ damage
- Shattered or broken bones
- Flesh wounds that may become infected
Unfortunately, many victims die as a result of their injuries. Our firm handles wrongful death cases for families who are dealing with a fatal accident.
Remington Model 700 Series Bolt Action Rifle Attorney
Attorney Richard Ramler is the lead lawyer in a class-action lawsuit against Remington for the defective manufacturing of their Model 700 series bolt action rifle. This gun has been shown to contain a mechanism that allows it to fire without the trigger being pulled. Rifles with this mechanism have been sold since 1948 and Remington refuses to recall the weapons. As a result, hundreds of people have been injured or killed.
Contact A Montana And Dillon Defective Guns Lawyer
You do not have to deal with a firearm accident, defective product or wrongful death case alone. To learn more about how we handle defective gun and firearm cases, schedule a free consultation using our online contact form or call 406-924-4810.