Personal Advocates For Injury Victims
A serious injury can happen anywhere at any time. When they occur, you may be left facing significant medical expenses and a long road to recovery. If the accident leaves you unable to work, you may wonder how you will pay for your day-to-day living expenses.
At Chapman Law Firm, P.C., we have fought for the rights of injury victims in western North Dakota and eastern Montana for more than 25 years. We understand the financial hardships you are facing, and we work quickly to recover the compensation you and your family need to help you navigate through this challenging experience.
If a loved one tragically died in a fatal accident, our lawyers have the knowledge needed to help you and your family pursue a wrongful death lawsuit.
We Fight For Auto Accident Victims
Whether you were involved in a car accident, truck accident or another type of motor vehicle accident, you may be eligible for damages for the injuries you suffered. These damages may include lost present and future wages, medical expenses, rehabilitation costs and emotional pain and suffering.
Insurance companies will seek to limit the amount they pay to injury victims. They may argue your injuries are not that serious, or they may try to deny your claim altogether. We will always fight the insurance companies on your behalf to ensure you receive fair compensation.
Experienced Counsel For Oil Field Injury Victims
Oil field workers face a dangerous work environment. An oil field accident can cause traumatic brain injuries, broken or severed limbs, severe burns and other catastrophic injuries. When these accidents are the result of another party’s negligence, our attorneys will help you file a personal injury lawsuit and secure workers’ compensation benefits.
Were You Or A Loved One Injured In An Accident?
The compassionate and skilled attorneys at our firm are ready to speak with you during a free consultation. Our contingency fee pricing means you will not owe us any legal fees unless we recover compensation for your injuries.