Legal Help For Spinal Cord Injury Victims
Are you or a loved one suffering from a spinal cord injury caused by others’ negligence? You have enough to worry about aside from fighting with an insurance company over the compensation you need to cover medical bills, lost wages and other financial concerns. Let the legal team at Ramler Law Office, P.C., in Bozeman, Montana, help you.
Our law firm has represented injured people and their families since 1982. We have successfully protected our clients’ rights and obtained millions of dollars in compensation on their behalf. We will apply this perseverance and strong legal advocacy to your case as we hold the negligent party accountable for your suffering.
Our law firm represents clients suffering from spinal cord injuries as the result of car accidents, construction site accidents and other accidents caused by another’s careless actions. If you or a loved one is suffering from a back or neck injury, contact the Ramler Law Office, P.C., today to speak with a skilled personal injury lawyer.
In spinal cord and other back injury claims, the amount of fair compensation depends on the extent of the injury. Back injuries range from slipped disks to broken backs to severed spinal cords. The damage may result in chronic back pain or complete paralysis.
At our law firm, we thoroughly review cases to determine the extent of the injury and any long-term effects that result. We often consult medical doctors and other experts to provide testimony in favor of our clients. This preparation is key to securing a favorable settlement or verdict. Insurance companies know we are serious and are more likely to comply with our demands.
Contact A Billings Spine Injury Lawyer
To speak with an experienced attorney about your spinal cord injury claim, call 406-924-4810 or use our online contact form to schedule a free initial consultation. Located in Bozeman, we represent injured clients in Billings, Helena and throughout Montana.
* Our services are free of charge until we recover compensation for your injury.