Premises Liability Lawyers in Missoula
Bradley J. Jones is an experienced Montana personal injury attorney whose practice focuses on representing victims and their families that have been injured as a result of other’s careless conduct, or corporations that put profits over consumer or worker safety. Jones & Cook Attorneys at Law accepts cases statewide in both Montana and North Dakota. Contact us for a free consultation with an experienced attorney, call (406) 543-3800 today.
When you are injured in a Slip-and-Fall Accident, an Assault, any other type of serious accident on someone else’s property, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries, medical expenses, and damages associated with your injuries. At Jones & Cook Attorneys at Law, our specialized Montana Premises Liability attorneys are dedicated to helping you recover the compensation you are entitled to for your suffering. Our Personal Injury lawyers have an exceptional ability to tell the story of what happened, how it has affected you and your family, and how the entire incident could have been prevented. This personalized approach enables us to present a compelling case before a jury.
The Missoula Premises Liability lawyers at Jones & Cook will work closely with you to learn how your accident has impacted you, and to understand your future needs. Whether you suffered Broken Bones in a Slip or Fall, or suffered severe injuries in a Dog Bite or Animal Attack, we will work diligently to ensure the settlement package or jury verdict fully accommodates your needs.
Montana’s Best Premises Liability and Personal Injury Attorneys
Property Injuries In Montana
Montana property owners have a responsibility to keep their real estate safe for individuals who legally allowed to be on the property. When a property owner is negligent, it can lead to serious and Catastrophic Injuries. Under Premises Liability law, property owners can be held financially responsible for injuries that are caused by their negligence. the Montana Premises Liability lawyers at Jones & Cook can advise you of your rights if you have been injured or if a loved one has died on someone else’s property:
Property Owner Duty of Care
Like most states, Montana law requires property owners exercise reasonable care in ownership and maintenance of their property, with respect to all persons who might enter onto the property. In Montana all visitors to the property are divided into three categories:
Montana Premises Liability Statute of Limitations
Montana Code Annotated section 27-2-204 sets the statute of limitations that will apply to almost all Personal Injury lawsuits stemming from a slip and fall accident in Montana. You have three years to file a Premises Liability suit in Montana state civil court.
If only your personal property was damaged as a result of the slip and fall accident, any lawsuit seeking the repair or replacement of damaged property must be filed within two years of the date of the underlying incident, and that time limit can be found at Montana Code Annotated section 27-2-207.
Call Jones & Cook for a Risk-Free Consultation
Whether you were injured at a grocery store, retail store, mall, parking lot, park, playground, public property, school, restaurant, nightclub, bar, apartment complex, office building or other property owned or managed by another person, at Jones & Cook Attorneys at Law, we may be able to help you pursue a lawsuit to seek compensation for your injuries.
Working with a Missoula Personal Injury lawyer will ensure you have an advocate on your side who knows Montana law and can protect your rights, while navigating the legal system on your behalf. If you have been injured as the result of the negligence of a landowner, call us at (406) 543-3800 for a Free Consultation with Jones & Cook Attorneys at Law.